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half shell posted 04-22-2014 06:27 AM ET (US)   Profile for half shell   Send Email to half shell  
I have a 1985 OUTRAGE 22 with a Yamaha 200-HP HPDI outboard engine. Is anyone here running that set up? What performance can I expect? I will look to see what hole mounting and propeller it is set up with. I bought the boat winterized late fall, so no idea as to performance. Thanks Rob
jimh posted 04-22-2014 09:55 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
A Boston Whaler OUTRAGE 22 with a 200-HP engine should reach a top speed above 40-MPH.
Tom W Clark posted 04-22-2014 10:01 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Assuming the motor is in tune, the boat should be good for 42 MPH with a 16" or 17" pitch propeller.

The motor should be mounted at least two holes up on the transom leaving approximately 1-1/2" of space between the top of the transom and the motor.

Some models of propeller will allow the motor to move up another bolt hole leaving 2-1/4" of space

half shell posted 04-22-2014 06:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for half shell  Send Email to half shell     
Thank you
I hope to go by the yard and check soon
half shell posted 04-27-2014 02:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for half shell  Send Email to half shell     
Engine mounted two holes up
Prop is currently mounted to engine 17m is stamped on hub area
Painted black feels like aluminum with some minor nicks on edge of blade
Any suggestions are appreciated
half shell posted 04-27-2014 03:09 PM ET (US)     Profile for half shell  Send Email to half shell     
Engine mounted two holes up
Prop is currently mounted to engine 17m is stamped on hub area
Painted black feels like aluminum with some minor nicks on edge of blade
Any suggestions are appreciated
GRAND NUSSIE posted 04-27-2014 05:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for GRAND NUSSIE  Send Email to GRAND NUSSIE     
Some of the mid 80's Yamahas included a painted stainless prop in the price of the motor. At least my 1986 90 hp did.

Dick

MattInSanDiego posted 04-28-2014 01:10 AM ET (US)     Profile for MattInSanDiego  Send Email to MattInSanDiego     
I have a 1980 22 Outrage with a 2002 Yamaha 200 HPDI. I love the setup.

http://s279.photobucket.com/user/MattInSanDiego/media-full//DSC_0938-copy_edited.jpg.html

Here is the discussion I started in 2007 soon after I bought the boat. http://continuouswave.com/ubb/Forum4/HTML/005550.html

I ended up with the Stiletto 15". I can turn 5600 RPM at about 42 MPH. The motor is still mounted one or two holes too low.

The HPDI needs very clean fuel. I had a problem with my VST filters clogging and replacing the fuel tank fixed the issue. That was about three years ago and it has been running great since then. In 2007 the engine had 367 hours on her in 2007. Now it has over 1800.

Matt

half shell posted 04-28-2014 08:13 AM ET (US)     Profile for half shell  Send Email to half shell     
Thanks Matt good info and happy to hear about the high engine hours and still going strong
I'm guessing you follow service instructions properly to get that kind of longevity put of the engine
I'll know shortly what the engine hours are after the mechanic gets it ready
Thanks Rob
MattInSanDiego posted 04-28-2014 11:29 AM ET (US)     Profile for MattInSanDiego  Send Email to MattInSanDiego     
I change the filters regularly (external, VST, canister above the VST) and add Ring Free to every tank of gas. I also have only used Yamalube 2M oil.

Enjoy your new rig.

Matt

half shell posted 07-20-2014 10:08 AM ET (US)     Profile for half shell  Send Email to half shell     
[I f]inally got the boat in the water [but] did not do a full run down of numbers. [H]owever, with 1-to-2-feet of choppy conditions and five adults onboard, the boat liked 3,500-RPM, 7.5-GPH, and 25-MPH cruise, according to the Yamaha gauges. I cannot believe the ride this boat gives--much better than expected. From what [I have] seen so far, Boston Whaler got [the boat's ride] right with this hull. Regards from Rob
half shell posted 09-19-2015 12:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for half shell  Send Email to half shell     
[Post a listing of notice of FOR-SALE in MARKETPLACE. This area of the forum is for information about boat performance, not boat sales. Thanks--jimh]

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