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Twin 2002 Yamaha 200hp Hpdi Outboard Motors With A 25in Shaft With Only 353 Hrs on

US $11,250.00

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US

Twin RH and LH 2002 Yamaha 200HP HPDI outboard motors with 25in shaft.

Both motors run great . Compression is 115lbs to 118lbs on all 12 cylinders . Yamaha computer diagnostics show all systems are working correctly with no codes or faults present .

Both motors have been very well cared for and have never been abused .  Please see the last 2 pictures of the total operating hours and the notice the RPM ranges .  Both motors have 353 total hours , both are original , NOT rebuilt or repainted .

Both lower units shift very smooth , the oil is clean with no water present .  Both prop shafts straight .

Both tilt and trim units work correctly .

Cosmetically : The original paint shines .  There are a few scratches and the decals look a little faded but overall they look great for a 2002 .  I have provided lots of pictures .

The auction is for the motors only .  No props or controls .

Shipping :  I can prepare the motors for shipping  and ship  to a business with a forklift or to your local freight terminal for pick up .  Cost will vary depending on location .  From $250 to $400 each motor . 

 Email me you zip code or call me for an exact shipping quote 954 549-7529

Payment : I will accept ,  Cash at pick up , Bank to Bank wire ,  personal or bank check made out to the shop Great Outboard LLC  No other form of payment will be accepted .

Funds must clear before I ship the motor .



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