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It’s rated to a maximum of 40hp,

a 10 would probably be more than adequate for river use,but I figured with a 20 on it ,I could use it on lakes and sea if the opportunity arose.

and on the 100ft there is a 15mph limit so I could run it on the plane there which would be fun.

Added  to that,if I decide to sell it,I recon a 10 would reduce its buyer potential :default_biggrin:

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Try to stick to the small outboards that have fuel injection. Over many years, any problems I have had, nearly all have been carburation. The worst being on my Honda 20 PowerThrust and float needles. Small Honda plastic/alloy flywheels are known for failure.

My money would alway go to Yamaha, Mariner/Mercury or Tohatsu.

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