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Steal N Time
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Vessel Info: 1987 2550 center console cuddy pursuit. Twin 2000 150 2 strokes

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Postby Steal N Time » Sat Nov 16, 2019 9:44 am

:captain: Hello there new to the gang . Purchased a 1987 2550 center console cuddy last year with twin 2000 150 2 strokes and currently looking at a pair of 225 4 strokes which mid sections were just redone!!....the current 150s are 475lbs each and the 225s are 585lbs a piece looking for input if they are going to be too heavy for boat with a whopping extra 220lbs or so.thanks in advance....#GOBIRDS


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Home Port: Mattituck, Long Island
Vessel Info: 1999 Pursuit 3000 Express, twin Cummins 4-BTAs
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Postby MarkT » Sat Nov 16, 2019 3:17 pm

I think you are asking for trouble with twin 250s. How about a single 250? You may be over the max hp rating besides the weight. I have only seen newer 25s or even 26s with twin 150s or a single 250.
You may get wet feet all the time when going to the stern, and in reverse you may get water over the transom.

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