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It should start on land more easily than in the water (no drag on impeller). However, you should not run your boat for more than 10 or 15 seconds dry or you might damage the motor (too much heat build up). If you put a flush kit on your boat you can run it as long as you want in your drive way. We always start are boats on the trailer for a few seconds before launching. It makes the first in the water start a lot easier.