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Discussion in 'Boats' started by age186, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. age186

    age186 New Member

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    g day guys just wanted to know some opinions on which boat to go for
    i think i am going to go for ether a stacer or quintrex but dont know any pros or cons any help would be good looking at around the 4 to 5 m mark in aliminium for river and the ocasional bay trip all so what motors do we think are best i have a yamaha at the moment and nevva had a probelem with it i know mercurys are verry noisey and the hond 4 strokes use more fule then 2 strokes
    i dont want to start any fights on here over each others brands but would love to know some opinions from the people that use the boats/motors rather then what the sales man tells me
    cheers
     
  2. Doodah

    Doodah New Member

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    For starters mate, how much do you wanna spend? $1000 - $25000.
    Stacer/Quinnie/Blue Fin/Tabs, all good, just find a fitout that suits you.
    Whoever told you Honda's guzzle fuel is full of ****, or has an incorrectly powered/propped boat. I have over 800 hours on a 2001 BF50 on a 455 Hornet trophy, never had a problem with it, and great on fuel. Much better than my brothers 50HP Yammy 2 stroke 435 trophy.
    Any 4 stroke is the way to go these days, Yammy/Honda in my opinion are the leaders here, and I would be happy to have a new outboard of either brand pushing my boat.
     
  3. Mickkk

    Mickkk New Member

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    Quintrex 475 Hornet Trophy with a 4-stroke yamaha 60
     

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