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When you need just a little more power

When your little Yanmar doesn't quite cut it:


Dyno test starts at 4 Minutes, 12 seconds, sweet music!!

That should compensate for a dirty bottom.

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Re: When you need just a little more power

That will pull several dirty bottoms. Damn.

"Let there be light!" said God, and there was light! "Let there be blood!" says man, and there's a sea!
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(Well, 10 were made so sort of non production)

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