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Old 29-05-2018, 08:14 AM   #1
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Hydraulic steering

Can I use a hydraulic steering rated to 150 Hp 4 stroke to a 200 2 stroke Yamaha? .Thanks for help!!
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Can I use a hydraulic steering rated to 150 Hp 4 stroke to a 200 2 stroke Yamaha? .Thanks for help!!
I wouldn't have thought so, the horse power of the engine will be a significant factor. Torque will also come into it as the hydraulic system is resisting/restraining the engine and drive torque tendency to steer the boat. But ultimately, the steering is rated in HP, so I would say no.
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I was thinking that the 17 ft broom boat s light and it come whith 150 Hp rated 4 stroke Mercury 21 blade propeler , now i put Yamaha 200 Hp 21 blade ,
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