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Thought I was going deaf #13569450 05/24/20 05:27 AM
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Bought a new boat to me with a Yamaha 4 stroke and It solved the problem hearing my partner. Shocked at how quit they are. Probably will be the first person to fall asleep at the wheel of a bass boat and crash. I can't think of a better way to go. Don't bother to bury me just pull the plug and let me sink if I haven't already. Who would have thought a 4 stroke could have been so dangerous. The government will probably get involved.


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Re: Thought I was going deaf [Re: jafish] #13569517 05/24/20 11:48 AM
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Everyone jokingly calls my Yamaha the “sewing machine”. It is that quiet. It’s a Yamaha F150. On a 2003 190. There are two newer 190’s in our club. One with a VMax HPDI and another with a VMax SHO. Both make more noise and are a couple MPH slower. Haha. I can hear them back there. Just can’t see them.


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