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    Hi new here with an VR6

    Hello, we are new here.

    We are two friends for almost 45years and share joys and sorrows regarding the VR6 (not more ), and bought the VR6 together in 2017 in Amsterdam.
    It is an VR6 from 2017 with an outboard Verado 200hp and live in the Netherlands, near Rotterdam.

    Our parents have sailed inland shipping in Western Europe, and we have also been connected to the water.
    My first vessel was a Seadoo XP in 1991, followed by a Bayliner 2855, Seadoo Speedster, and an RXP-X.\


    https://www.baylinerownersclub.org/m...nny#post605626

    #2
    Welcome to BOC!

    There are several VR5 and VR6 owners here.

    If you have any questions, speak up anytime.

    Pictures are always helpful to those trying to help.

    Enjoy your VR6, that is a very nice boat.
    Present Boat- 2018 VR5 4.5/200hp Mercruiser
    Last Boat- 1998 Capri 1950CL 3.0 Mercruiser

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      #3
      Welcome!
      P/C Pete
      Edmonds Yacht Club (Commodore 1993)
      1988 3818 "GLAUBEN”
      Hino EH700 175 Onan MDKD Genset
      MMSI 367770440

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        #4
        Visitor message from David & Danny


        David & Danny posted a Visitor Message for David & Danny
        11-22-2020, 08:41 AM
        Hello :-)

        We have an VR6 with 200hp outboard from 20017. Which is in a harber in the South-Netherlands, near Rotterdam.


        We will upload some mod's we have done, hopefully someone can use it.
        If you want the (dxf/dwg) drawings, we can send them to you.

        - We have the default speed clock removed, the radio, tank and rev clocks relocated. And installed an 9 inch Simrad GO9 with vesselview, also we have changed the cheap switch panels.
        - Bad closing "Toilet"/cabin door lock due to an incorrectly placed "clamp". And changed it to an adjustable one, made by an 3d printer.
        - Removable engine air-inlet lid, made in a 3d printer. Because it was raining in.
        - Two new stainless steel brackets for the windows, instead of the cheap plastic ones.
        - Large second battery with charger/230V inverter. With automatic (dis)charge relay's.
        - A flagpole holder and an 12 V power connection for an solar cell placed.
        - Add an power amplifier and new speakers.
        - Add an Jackplate


        To do:
        -Change the sundeck cover above the empty engine space (cut into 2 pieces ). The horizontal piece with an electrical motor, so you can open it whitout you have to remove the rear seat. And the other lower piece connect to the rear seat



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        Greatings from David en Danny

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          #5
          Here an update from this winter.

          We have placed an jackplate
          So that the motor and propeller come completely out of the water with lying still. Which is not possible with the VR6 with 200HP from before 2021.

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            #6
            Mooi gedaan!
            1989 2159 Trophy Hardtop
            5.8L OMC Cobra
            2 1/2 year restoration project after "all you need to do is put the rebuilt engine back in".
            Mountlake Terrace, WA

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