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HELP ON BUILD 7.5 outboard on a 45" deep V hull

Old 01-19-2012, 03:00 PM
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Default HELP ON BUILD 7.5 outboard on a 45" deep V hull

this is my first O.B. 45' DUMAS DV20CF 1420. Is header tank nessasary even though main is under psi.? solid rod or cable sterring?,N what is good ones. should motor center tramsom?,what about hight of motor on trans,whats thory on C.G. 20 25% is what i think i used on scarab 60 I.B.what is good radio box

Old 01-22-2012, 09:11 AM
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pretty discouraging all these minds n no help
Old 01-22-2012, 03:04 PM
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Default RE: HELP ON BUILD 7.5 outboard on a 45

I'm not a outboard guy but posting a few pic's will get you some more advice. Linkage I've see it both ways solid or cable. One fuel tank is best,for me.The use of 2 tanks is used mostly in tight hull were you only have so much room to work with. GoG is 1/3 from the transom. My Dumas Comp 20 will wave jump with the best of them. I's a inboard. Ive run with few jet ski's wakes
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Default RE: HELP ON BUILD 7.5 outboard on a 45

thanks a bunch A.B. ILL TRY PICS NOT TO COMPUTER SAVY


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