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Old 02-03-2013, 02:20 PM   #1
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Drives wanted

Looking for a pair of drives suitable for use with yanmar 480's must be in good condition and complete with transom assembly

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Old 02-03-2013, 05:10 PM   #2
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What are they going on and where are you based?


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Old 02-03-2013, 09:21 PM   #3
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Hi Gaz
they will be going on a renegade 1160 we are nr andover

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thanks for the offer ideally looking for a matched pair for simplicity but will bear in mind what sort of money are you looking for?
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Konrad 1.50:1 NEW in boxes incl transom assys.
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Old 03-03-2013, 07:48 PM   #7
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Hi, I have some Konrads, details here:

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Can a Konrad handle the torque of a 480 Yanmar? I'd have thought you'd need either an NXT or a mk6.
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NXT's or No6 drives is starting to sound expensive.what sort of torque will the konrads handle safely
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:38 PM   #10
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Also have bravo 3 with trans assembly if any good.
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The ACE is ok to 730 lbs. http://www.konradmarine.com/index.cfm?optionid=9432

Isn't the torque of a 480 around 950 lbs ??
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thanks for the offer ideally looking for a matched pair for simplicity but will bear in mind what sort of money are you looking for?
PM me your email and I'll send you details/ pics.
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Another option would be a B-max that bolds on to a bravo transom and use much bigger gears as the bravo drives .

I wouldn t try bravo s that s asking for trouble whit that amount of tq especially
in the low diesel rpm s .

I have 320 hp vm / mercruiser diesels and have mounted bravo xr s instead of the x drives .

if you want no worry s go to nxt ,mk 6 or arnesons but that cost a bit more
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NXT's or No6 drives is starting to sound expensive.what sort of torque will the konrads handle safely
Unfortunately coping with 480 diesel HP is expensive - is this for racing or pleasure? And if it's for pleasure will you be pushing it at all?

At 5.8 litre with a max RPM of 3300rpm and a straight 6 it's going to be a bit of a thumper and destroy any drive that isn't man enough. I think V's P1 Hustler had these motors and he had Arnesons on it which were just the job, not sure which gearboxes he was using but it was reliable.

PS the Torque is about 950 lb ft according to the Yanmar website.
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Vee's were 440 Yanmars (non electronic) tweaked up to just over 500hp.

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Unfortunately coping with 480 diesel HP is expensive - is this for racing or pleasure? And if it's for pleasure will you be pushing it at all?

At 5.8 litre with a max RPM of 3300rpm and a straight 6 it's going to be a bit of a thumper and destroy any drive that isn't man enough. I think V's P1 Hustler had these motors and he had Arnesons on it which were just the job, not sure which gearboxes he was using but it was reliable.

PS the Torque is about 950 lb ft according to the Yanmar website.
Hi Cookee
It will be for pleasure but will be pushed hard as the rest of the boat will more than cope with this sort of power would like to try and avoid surface drives if possible as i feel it will compromise other aspects that may be an advantage when racing but would end up being irritating for leisure use
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Old 05-03-2013, 10:56 PM   #17
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bravo drives

Thanks to everyone for the offers of bravo and konrad drives but it looks like they will not be up to the job
any one got a pair of NXT's going cheap???????
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Does anyone have any views on whether these would be ok with the yanmar 480's and if so has anyone got a pair
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NXT's ........cheap
First time I've ever seen those 2 words in the same sentence
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First time I've ever seen those 2 words in the same sentence
There was a pair on offshoreonly.com inthe classifieds for $33000

Not to bad i think considering that it s complete whit transmissions gimbals and bellhousings and flexplates but the last one probaly won t fit on the yanmar , but I Will be happy to buy them from you for my project ��
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