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Outboard emissions standards timetable announced

outboard emissions standards

ORIGINALLY planned for early 2016, the election effectively delayed outboard emissions standards by a year. The government Update Paper announced just before Christmas sees the Bill introduced to Parliament in February/March, with the final bill passed and regulations in place by August. Importers will then have up to nine months to plan for final shipments to arrive. The final date …

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Fin-Nor Lethal rods

fin-nor lethal

AUSSIE boating anglers can look forward to big saltwater fish loading up on the new range of Fin-Nor Lethal rods. Each Lethal rod is dripping with toughness and durability – qualities fishers have come to expect from Fin-Nor products. Traditional blank designs, quality stainless steel components and binding craftsmanship combine in the Lethal rod range to deliver the power you …

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FLIR augmented reality for Raymarine Dragonfly-PRO and Wi-Fish CHIRP

wi-fish augmented reality

RAYMARINE is pleased to announce an all-new version of its popular Wi-Fish mobile app for use with Dragonfly-PRO and Wi-Fish CHIRP sonar systems. The app has been expanded and now includes augmented reality viewing of your saved waypoints and fishing hot spots. Wi-Fish works with the GPS, compass and camera in your smartphone or tablet to show precisely where you …

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New lightweight Yamaha F90 four-stroke

yamaha f90 new

This remarkable achievement means improved performance and better balance when fitted on hulls in this category. The F90 is based on the F115B’s four-cylinder power unit. The F90’s reduction in weight and improved compactness is achieved by adopting a SOHC design actuating four valves per cylinder. This unique valvetrain design was first seen in Yamaha’s award-winning F70A, one of the …

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New Tohatsu four-stroke motors: MFS8B and MFS9.8B

THE new Tohatsu four-stroke models keep rolling in, with Australian distributor Lakeside Marine adding new MFS8B and MFS9.8B four-strokes to the ever-expanding line-up. In keeping with the ECO Sporty look of the MFS15/20/25/30/40/50 Tohatsu four-stroke engines, these new models also feature a sleek and sharp looking cowling design. Both the MFS8B and MFS9.8B are compact, fuel efficient, smooth-running two-cylinder outboards …

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Honda Marine introduces new portable outboards

Additionally, the BF5 and BF6 can be connected to an additional external fuel tank for those longer journeys. The three portable outboards share the same one-cylinder, 127cc engine block and benefit from Honda’s industry-leading expertise in four-stroke technologies. To protect the outboards, the BF4, BF5 and BF6 also feature an oil alert system, which will automatically limit the engine speed to …

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Top End tough Bar Crusher trailers

The checklist includes: bracing all cross members with 50mm x 5mm flat; triple U-bolt winch post base to drawbar; double U-bolt winch post top to base; double U-bolt guard mount to side rails front and rear; bracing centre of steps with 40mm x 5mm flat; bracing inner steps with 16mm bar; and centre guard bracing with 40mm x 6mm flat. …

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Suzuki Marine’s new Suzuki Precision Manoeuvring system

SPM utilises the Suzuki Precision Control drive-by-wire throttle and shift controls, combined with electronic power steering and joystick control systems, and is available with DF150TG, DF175TG, DF200AP, DF250AP and DF300AP outboard models. The result is a consumer experience that allows for confident, seamless control, whether manoeuvring in close quarters or running at speed in challenging offshore conditions. National marketing manager Australia/NZ …

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Quad Mercury FourStroke Verado fit-out

“I had some sleepless nights over the engine positioning because it was quite a technical job getting the four engines correctly positioned to work together to deliver the maximum performance,” Gus said. “So when the first run went as clean as a whistle, I was pretty relieved. It couldn’t have gone better”. And Gus wasn’t the only one smiling. Thunderbolt’s owner said it …

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Active Trim a must for boaties

“The boat went better without me!” For Lee that’s a key point. Active Trim makes everyone a good boat driver. “The fact is most people don’t trim their boats properly,” he said. “Too much or not enough trim makes your boat ride uncomfortable and not as efficient. “Active Trim is going to pay for itself with the money you’ll save in fuel. …

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