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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your best bet is ebay for a replacement user manual. Take a look around, you will come across one... For the meantime, gas oil ratio should be 50 parts gas to 1 part oil, i.e. 50:1. General care: Dont go full throttle for any length of time. Cruise of 3/4 throttle... Always flush engine after use in saltwater, including washing down exterior. Keep spark plugs in good order and check prop for fishing line wrapped around in near the prop hub. Otherwise, get a yearly service and have them check the water pump and replace as needed, get it tuned etc and gearbox oil changed.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
get some starting fluid and spray a liberal amount into the air intake, then try to turn over. if it will not turn over with starting fluid you have a problem either with your ignition system, example: plugs, coils, wires, ect. If it does fire and then die out with a shot of starting fluid then you have a carb problem. If the boat has been sitting anything over a month thats where I'm betting the problem is. Post back after you find out if its a fuel, or fire issue and we'll start the repair process.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
You can get aftermarket seals and such as long as they match the old ones. You can also use Lubriplate 105 in the gearcase instead of the High Performance gear oil. The 105 is alot heavier and will not hurt it. It will actually get you more life out of a tired gearcase. The main thing that you want to remember is that you have to put the engine in fwd gear and then disconnect the shift linkage. That is so that when you are reinstalling the gearcase you can turn the prop by hand to line up the splines in the powerhead. after you disconnect the shift linkage you should be able to just slide it right out. Make sure that you replace the seal under the waterpump base also.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
If you can't see a shear pin,it most likely will have a rubber bush in the prop hub that superceded shear pins.I am not 100% sure on your motor but that is what all motors have today.The bush is inside the hub of the prop and with the prop off,you cant see it.If the motor revs up when in gear,and you are getting no drive,this is the problem.Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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