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Yamaha Malta 3hp two stroke. engine works fine.

Yamaha Malta 3hp two stroke. engine works fine. problem is in acceleration at some point it won't accelerate - remains the same speed although the engine gives enough power. propeller is ok.

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SOURCE: I have a 1994 Yamaha 40 HP 3 cylinder 2 stroke

all 3 carbs had A  clogged jet totally dis assembled and cleaned the carbs put them back on and the engine runs great I will need to fine tone the needle valves once I put some fresh gas in it. 
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Mate.If its running for an hour before you have trouble,it may not be the motor.What is the motor or on????Sailing boat? tender?Fuel delivery is the main thing I would look at.Its a strange problem.Water in the tank?Sorry.Hope this helps

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