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The motor needs to turn 6000 to stay good - any less at full throttle, she's lugging at all throttle settings. Lugging promotes choking. Choked-up cylinders lead to sticky rings, lost compression, and eventually, catastrophic failure. If you're not getting close, consider taking a look at your setup -- whether you have room to raise the motor on the transom, or drop an inch or two prop pitch. A good prop guy can help you look at the machine thoroughly.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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