With recent boat pricing and sales talk, I wondered where that possible deal breaker point would be for most on a motor. Speaking of mult-port fuel injected here. Example; GT40 and newer. Let's say the boat was obviously well maintained, you had the records and you had a machanic give it two thumbs up. But it had more hours then you'd like to see. What's that cut off that says the motor does not have enough life left in it for me to own it. For cars it used to be 100,000-150,000 miles. Especially with our parents generation.
>>> 11.25..a different kettle of fish. <<<
At what point does motor hours give you concern in a used boat purchase? 108 votes
There is just no real limit on a properly maintained motor.