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1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

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  • 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

    I am looking at buying a boat with this motor. I was wondering what I should no about this motor?? Anything special I should look at?? What should the compression numbers be??Does this motor have the new SS shift rod or do i still have to look for the rotted steel one??Thanks guys!! You have always been right there for all my questions!!


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    Re: 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

    hello carefully inspect the shift rod. compression should all be within about 10 psi from bank to bank. look it over carefully for signs of shoddy repairs and corrosion. good luck and keep posting
    no tech questions by PM, they wont get answered.
    you have to be trusted by the people that you lie to .

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    • #3
      Re: 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

      look for any signs of service and ask for service records. spend $50 and get a mobile to mechanic to inspect it for you.

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      • #4
        Re: 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

        What should the compression numbers be?? The guy just told me he had it checked, and that 5 have 130 psi and one is at 100 psi??Should I run from this boat & Motor?? Or do you think the motor can be saved with this info?Thanks again

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        • #5
          Re: 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

          edit - wrong thread

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          • #6
            Re: 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

            I have a 225 from the same year. Definitely check for corrosion, but also it should have had new thermostats & water pump and a carb rebuild at least once in its life....

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            • #7
              Re: 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

              that motor is blown or severly neglected. run,run away. a 30 psi spread is very very bad. good luck and keep postingPS if you really want to know the condition of the cylinder sealing have a leak down test done. its much more accurate than compression.
              no tech questions by PM, they wont get answered.
              you have to be trusted by the people that you lie to .

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                Re: 1993 Yamaha 200TXRR

                Thanks guys!! This is for a friend and he will have the thing checked out!! Maybe he can use this to get the price cut way down?? Thanks again for all your help!!

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