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Have a dt65 Suzuki out board .it will start but when you engage forward it has no power only getting up to 7.2 knots at full throttle what do I do next

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Check the fuel line and filter.

Posted on May 17, 2017

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    Basil May 20, 2017

    Have tried that but still have same issue

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