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BRP to stop producing E-Tecs

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22 minutes ago, bronzebackhuntr said:

That blows my mind. That g2 was a bad machine too. 

Fixed it for ya.

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5 hours ago, trackertxw175 said:

So, anyone have any idea what the"project ghost" new engine technology is they are working on?

Electric Motor perhaps? Either that or something from Back to Future type boat motor. 

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5 hours ago, BulletDeuce said:

Electric Motor perhaps? Either that or something from Back to Future type boat motor. 

Electric was my first guess. Put some Tesla tech in a boat. Other than the horrendous price of the batteries, I could see it.

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In all honesty I don't think BRP ever got their head above water when they bought out OMC after their bankruptcy. They quit making Johnson motors in 2007 and threw everything into the E-Tech's which were junk from day 1 and they could never get the bugs out of it. I think if they would have junked the E-Techs and focused on the Bombardier motors they may have not gone belly up.....JMHO

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Oh man... I have an Evinrude motor... oh wait... mine is a 1988 Evinrude 200 hp V6 XP... I don't think it's really gonna effect me... lol

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