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The motor has about 400 hours on it. Half or more of these hours are due to trolling. Prior to 2006 I had no kicker. In 2006 there where 300 hours on the motor (200 at less than 2000 rpms and 100 above 2000). The motor was repaired in 2006. All the fuel injectors where replaced under warranty. Yamaha stated the dealer should have installed an inline fuel filter/water seperator. Yamaha installed one at no charge. No problems since. The motors run great and they have many more hours of use left. Both motors have the motor oil changed, lower unit oil changed, and fuel filters changed annually. There has been no lower unit damage to either motor other than scraped off paint. Top speed with the 150 is 44 to 47 mph which all depends on weather conditions and wieght in the boat.

Anymore questions please feel free to ask.

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