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Old 08-05-2006, 08:08 PM   #21
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Location: GOLDEN MILE
Boat name: LILY THE PINK AND TERMINATOR 11
Boat make: PHANTOM 21 AND 20
Engines: 2.5 EFI X 2

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cheers roofer.it does'nt half motor with that prop on i bought from you.game on
No problem, Good luck with the sale.
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Old 08-05-2006, 09:22 PM   #22
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Country: England
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Boat make: Extreme 21
Engines: 5.7 EFI Mercruiser

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cheers roofer.it does'nt half motor with that prop on i bought from you.game on
Bren, thanks for the photos! Can you email/PM me your postcode so I can see what I'm looking at on the map!

I like the boat name!
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Old 08-05-2006, 09:53 PM   #23
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Country: uk
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Boat name: smokin aces
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2.4 is thirsty as hell,nice noise though loves fuel pumps upgrade it to a bosch .
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Old 09-05-2006, 07:44 AM   #24
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Country: netherlands
Location: Mijdrecht/holland
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Boat name: bernico cat
Boat make: bernico 26 cat 2x 2,5,s
Engines: merc,s 2,5 EFI,s
Cruising area: ijselmeer

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Mercury says the 2,4 EFI are actually rated at 240 BHP at 6800 rpm.
I have the original brochure from 1990 .
Fuel consumption @ full throttle is 91 liter /hour,or 24 gallons (us)
Anything over 7000 on a stock engine will drop horsepower ,but rpm will still go up on those engines.

Some of those have thick con rods,others have very thin ones,also the pistons are forged at some models ,others are cast .
Some have drilled holes in the piston to lubricate/cool the bridge in the exhaust,and some have not.
earlier types have an electronic snout mounted tpi,later style have the vacuum tpi,the earlier types with electronic tpi have a smoother running powerband ( IMO)
Both tpi,s are no longer available ,as for more parts on a 2,4 EFI
even for a 2,5 EFI,you have to swich to a digital ECU,as the tpi is also NLA.
Be aware that some parts are NLA,and that if you need any ,you have to find used parts,or aftermarked ,but there are plenty good used parts for sale.

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