I do apologize for the delay. I believe we are half a world apart. I am in Florida USA and it's 9AM my time right now.
The last year Force was made was 1999.
With any boat, you are never supposed to power it with more than what the boat is rated for. Force engines however were over rated engines. It's marked as a 120 horsepower but realistically it's closer to 100 at the propeller.
In terms of how small you can go. You never want to power a boat with less than 70% of its rated horsepower. For example, if a boat was rated for 100 hp, a 70 is the smallest you would want to go. If the boat is rated for 115 horsepower, the smallest you would want to go is 115 X .70 = 80.5 So 80 is the smallest engine you could put on the boat. Anything smaller and the boat would not perform.
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