Advice on buying 26M/X

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Starscream
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Re: Advice on buying 26M/X

Post by Starscream » Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:41 pm

F.Bill probably didn't expect this to be a real site where people actively reply and try to help.

Gaz, you should have told him about your 110HP motor on your X. :wink:


When you have that much power you can stop counting.
What's +/- 5HP among friends?

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Re: Advice on buying 26M/X

Post by Gazmn » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:48 am

Starscream wrote:
What's +/- 5HP among friends?


:D :D You're Absolutely right Bro :D :D

O.G. Out 8)

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Re: Advice on buying 26M/X

Post by sailboatmike » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:44 pm

Starscream wrote:F.Bill probably didn't expect this to be a real site where people actively reply and try to help.
Is trying to help a new thing we are starting?????

I thought it was all about poking fun at each other!!

Well there you go, a new day and I have already learnt something new, the day is off to a great start :D

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Re: Advice on buying 26M/X

Post by JotaErre » Fri Apr 20, 2018 6:14 pm

Baha wrote::macm: 's are much prettier...:) Especially white ones.... :D

Condition is the big one.....and hours/condition of the outboard. Beyond that, a big factor is what equipment comes with the boat. Is it working? Is it what you want/need? Is it almost out of date? Is it wired or connected in a silly/dangerous/sloppy manner? I did not change a thing on my :macm: for a year, and am very glad I did not. I have taken much more out of the boat than into it.

Just my 2 cents...
Good advice. If the electric and electronic part is not well done, it can turn into a nightmare.

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Re: Advice on buying 26M/X

Post by BOAT » Fri Apr 20, 2018 6:22 pm

Yeah, bottom line - the M boat is better.

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Re: Advice on buying 26M/X

Post by sailboatmike » Sat Apr 21, 2018 12:50 am

BOAT wrote:Yeah, bottom line - the M boat is better.
This place seems to be full of delusional people of late, its a well established fact that the :macx: is a far superior design and I know because I'm A" stable genius" :P

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