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Review: 2016 Bayliner VR5 and VR6 bowriders 02 Aug 2016 14:44 #51

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Redwngr wrote: yes, of course, meant 4.5

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Ahhh!

Well, I don't know. But if I had to hazard a guess, they likely detuned it as cheaply as possible. ANd nothing is cheaper than a separate computer map. We do it all the time in the car world - my 2014 Jetta GLI is a 210 hp car from the factory, but with a tune, 250 - 260 is more realistic.

So that would be where I'd start looking. It's possible the 250 is running a different cam and other internals, but an enterprising individual can probably figure it out if they really wanted to.

The physical block is absolutely identical.

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Review: 2016 Bayliner VR5 and VR6 bowriders 17 Feb 2017 03:33 #52

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I too have been very curious about this ...

The HP rating is at different RPM's . But a Computer Map is the cheapest way.... Since the whole engine was purpose built by mercury, it making two different cams, or other parts make little sense as the key is to produce in high volumes to keep cost down.

Has anyone confirmed the difference?

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Review: 2016 Bayliner VR5 and VR6 bowriders 05 Oct 2017 19:58 #53

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Does anyone know the length on trailer with the tongue swung away for the VR5 and VR6? I'm trying to see which one will fit in my driveway.

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Review: 2016 Bayliner VR5 and VR6 bowriders 06 Oct 2017 21:44 #54

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Approx. 260 inches on the standard single axle trailer with tongue folded to the side.

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