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I'm not entirely familiar with that model off the top of my head. However, the flywheel for that model seems to be 0583001 which is a 74 tooth. With that said, I make no promise but https://www.marineengine.com/parts/johnson-evinrude-parts.php?year=1988&hp=20&model=E20CRCCA&manufacturer=Evinrude§ion=Electric+Starter+%26amp%3B+Solenoid matches that flywheel. Hope that helps some, maybe guides you in the right direction.
Sorry that link didn't go through as I had planned. The starter drive assembly for the 74 tooth is 321648 — DRIVE ASSY., 11 TOOTH. USE ONLY WITH FLYWHEEL P/N 583001 (74 TOOTH). The starter shows to be 5376 - Outboard Starter, Johnson Evinrude, 18-40HP
www.motoren.ath.cx/outboard/suzuki-outboards-workshop-manual-1.pdf This manual covers the topics that a factory service manual (designed for ..... include rudders, brackets, outboard motors, outdrives, diving platforms, or.
Mate!!!!! To do the mod will cost your more than god has.The entire inlet system is different.The entire exhaust system is different.You may buy all the parts from an outboard wrecker and they will all bolt on.But 1st check the prices for a new powerhead that will bolt straight on.V4 is the motor I think you are talking about.On the 140,make sure the exhaust plate is not about to corrode through.It,s a common problem.Hope this helps