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Mate
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Registered: ‎06-07-2017

G2 200HO - props, scoops, torque steer, and hull chatter banter.

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The motor I ordered ( due to its 10 year warranty ) is a 20"   2oo HO 2017 model year with power steering propped w/ a 20" RX 4 to start.  18" seems too small and may over rev. The boat is designed around the extreme shallow water environment that South Texas inshore Boaters/Fisherman contend with every time out.  There is some scuttlebutt that BRP is aware of the heat alarm issue I alluded to and I am curious whether anyone knows if BRP has a G2 high flow water kit available for new 2017 HO G2's operating in shallow water environments. And- Is a larger G2 scoop/screen variant in the works or available? Larger cooling lines - Part #'s? Who pays? Are there any negatives to consider?

 

Thanks in advance for chimming in.

Admiral
Posts: 9,584
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: G2 200HO - props, scoops, torque steer, and hull chatter banter.

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G2 SLX hi-flow water inlet screens
5010501 High Flow +.060" Kit
5010502 Ultra High Flow +.160" Kit
5010490 Ultra High Flow + .410" Kit

 

If you continue to have overheating issues (you monitor a water pressure gauge, right?) have your dealer technician contact the Evinrude support team for assistance.

 

 

 


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