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Old 03-10-2011, 02:12 PM   #1
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4" shorty IMCO

Said to be able to handle a 1000hp.

I'd like to try one on a 24...
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Old 03-10-2011, 06:51 PM   #2
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When I get rich you can do one for me with a 600sci.... Might order 3 and get Cookee to chuck a couple in a Stirling 34 too!
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How much ?
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Not sure, but I think that's it's something around $10,000 a piece.
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Not sure, but I think that's it's something around $10,000 a piece.
I take it that's for the whole drive unit
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I take it that's for the whole drive unit
Just the leg, you will need the helmut, transom assembly, gimbal and internal parts. Looks like mid 20's
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Yeh, that does make them quite pricey!
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I take it that's for the whole drive unit
Pricing has not been released yet, the price will be close to the SCX ($15,222 retail). You will also need the helmet and a larger drive oil reservoir. The drive and helmet will bolt to the Mercury gimbal housing.
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Pricing has not been released yet, the price will be close to the SCX ($15,222 retail). You will also need the helmet and a larger drive oil reservoir. The drive and helmet will bolt to the Mercury gimbal housing.
I used the "send us a message box" on the website to ask about pricing for drives that would suit the Yanmar V8 370 but no reply - it would need the complete drive, gimbal etc.
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I used the "send us a message box" on the website to ask about pricing for drives that would suit the Yanmar V8 370 but no reply - it would need the complete drive, gimbal etc.
Will do.
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Drive

Ill have one of these
http://www.mercuryracing.com/drives/m8.php
with a 1350 engine
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