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Old 14-09-2021, 09:14 AM   #1
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Bernico 19 F3 2005

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I have recently purchased a 2005 Bernico 19 F3 with a 2005 150 HP Optimax.
I have a couple questions does anyone know the capacity of the built in fuel tank in the floor? Or better still have an original specification sheet? Also do you know if you can fit an offshore mid section for the loud exhaust to these motors?

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Old 19-09-2021, 04:24 PM   #2
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Nice boat, the offshore mid has some different water arrangement for cooling, that is a bit of a problem for stock and normal used engines.
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Nice boat, the offshore mid has some different water arrangement for cooling, that is a bit of a problem for stock and normal used engines.
Thank you for the response so better to drill the can in the exhaust then?
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