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Posted by SuperDick on Feb 09 2005
Alasken- It's nice to see that you finally agree with me...and even went out of your way to prove what I've been saying all along.

Horsepower ratings ARE derived from the propshaft!! What a concept.

Snowwolfe- Again I apologize, on behalf of all the "experts", for the mis-information that you have received. There are people out there who look way too deep into the laws and regs.

Good luck with a future motor purchase.
By the way, Honda's are really heavy anyway (and $$$$$). You should comparison shop weight/HP ratios before you buy. Some of the "off-brands" i.e. Suzuki, Tohatsu, etc. are as good or better motors and you won't break the bank buying one.

Just remember...if it says (from the factory) 35JET or 35HP or
1485 btu/min (yeah, you can check it if you think I'm making it up) or anything that equates to 35 propshaft HP, you can run it legally in the Kenai.

Have fun!!  SD

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