How to start a Inboard/Outboard Boat Engine?

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There is a nada for engines just like there is for cars. Condition is important like was it used in salt water and are the controls included. I sold for a marina for many years and can give you an idea. abfla777@aol.com

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Answered: I have a 4hp motor on a 12 ft. v-hull boat. The ...

A "whaletail" helps, no question about it. A 4hp motor is a little on the small side to get your boat up on the step. You can adjust the tilt of the motor so the prop is further toward the front of the boat . That will put a slight downward pressure to the front. Another thing you can do is put ...

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Engine failure

i don't think it would have hurt the engine,if it was immediatley shut down.the second time was the problem.is there a screen to prevent objects from entering the pump,the belt should'nt just break.

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Hi George: So I can better assist you, could you please provide me with additional information? Thank you.

I have a 1975 briggs & stratton engine that won't start unless you

Any small engine that is thirty-eight years old should be replaced. That and you might want to replace anything it powers, as they are usually short-lived.

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4800 seems a little on the low side for an outboard. Maybe you should consider trying a prop with a little less pitch.