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SFbay posted 07-24-2001 12:29 PM ET (US)   Profile for SFbay   Send Email to SFbay  
Any forum members with experience with the new (2002)4 stroke Yamaha 100 or 90 vs the Nissan Injected 2 stroke 80 2002). Cost would be appreciated as well.
Bigshot posted 07-24-2001 01:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
what are you running now? reason being boats.net has a 100 Yamaha for like $6250 but it has no controls, guages, etc. If you laready have a Yammie, great way to go. If not, might want to consider the whole package which on a Yammie is another $500-800+.
Arch Autenreith posted 07-24-2001 02:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for Arch Autenreith  Send Email to Arch Autenreith     
SFbay
Can't comment much on Yam vs Nissan. Sorry. But what I keep thinking is Dick's setup. Montauk w/50 Merc 4. Says WOT is 36 or 38! There's a 60 also which is a re-tuned 50. That's nearing the limits of the Montauk for me anyhow. Heck, my worn out rattlebox 80 only gets me to 38. I keep saying when mine dies I'll consider it more closely then. Good luck.
Arch
SFbay posted 07-24-2001 04:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for SFbay  Send Email to SFbay     
the current motor and controls are shot.. Will have to start from scratch.. Thanks for your remarks..
gvisko posted 07-24-2001 06:46 PM ET (US)     Profile for gvisko  Send Email to gvisko     
i just installed 2001 suzuki on my montauk
70 hp 4 stroke efi cost was 7,500 with stainless
steel prop also got 6 yr warrenty
seems like a real nice motor still breaking in . real quiet had it out on weekend
myself 270lb and full tank 26 gallons at
wot on wass gps the most i could get was
35 mph which was enough for me
the best part it only used 1 gallon per hr.


i think its one of the best 4 strokes in that
range with efi

gvisko<><


SuburbanBoy posted 07-24-2001 11:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for SuburbanBoy  Send Email to SuburbanBoy     
A Tohatsu/Nissan 70hp should be about $4,200 to $4,600 installed with controls etc. Tohatsu/Nissan have a 2 year warrenty. The 70hp is a three cylinder, three carb, oil injection motor with a heavy duty lower unit. The 90hp carb motor has the same lower unit, with a much larger block. The carb engines are not full of high tech toys, but they are very servicable. Many dealers will ship parts overnight if needed. Tohatsu/Nissan dealers are not as plentiful as Mercury or Yamaha. The injected Tohatsu/Nissan 90's are brand new. They are using the same type of injection and engine control system as Mercury is on their Optimax line. I have never seen one to comment on them. They weigh 10 to 15% more than the carb versions. Tohatsu has just revised their web site. They are an "old line" outboard supplier, producing outboards in Japan from 1956. For comparison, Honda started manufacturing outboards about ten years later.

Tohatsu's web site:
http://www.tohatsu.com/about.html


sub

flwhaler posted 07-26-2001 07:22 PM ET (US)     Profile for flwhaler  Send Email to flwhaler     
Not true Honda has being doing outboards since the 70's. Another fact is suzuki is the largest outboat manufacture in the world.

michael

flwhaler posted 07-26-2001 07:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for flwhaler  Send Email to flwhaler     
Opps Your right I didn't read that correctly.
About honda.
compounder posted 07-29-2001 10:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for compounder  Send Email to compounder     
One gallon per hour!! I think I'm going to buy a Suzuki tomorrow!

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