Whatsup guys, I have a 23 foot walk around. Recently my 97 evinrude 200 ocean pro seized do to water entering the cowling somehow. I love the boat and do not want to sell it so I want a repower. The old evinrude 2 stroke weights around 460 pounds. Boats rated for a 225 max. I can get a smoking deal on a 2016 yamaha 225 v6 for 15k with 62 hours. Problem may be the weight. The v6 weighs 562 pounds. Thats a 100 pound increase from the original 2 stroke. My other option is to get the brand new yamaha 200 4 cylinder. The 4 cylinder is 489 pounds. I had zero problems pushing the boat filled with 130 gallons of fuel, 40 gallon bait tank, 3-4 people with the old 2 stroke. Thing would run 40mph. Now my decision comes down to weight and power. The new 200 4 cylinder isnt that much more than the used v6. I am just worried the 4cyl might not have enough grunt like the 225 v6 will have. Reading comparisons of the 4cyl 200 to the older v6 200 the v6 was faster from 0-30. The 4 cyl competed identical the rest of the test with same top end but 10% better fuel economy. It also planed the test boat faster at slower speed(im assuming the lighter weight in the rear). I dont care how fast the engine is I just dont want it to be a pig down low. Thoughts?