For more information, please call toll free 866-572-1051. It's not so much a blockage, as a slight restriction by having slight deposits remain. You should use about 95% of your maximum power. The figures sound low, and, as you say at the limits of acceptable variance. Do not assume that the gears are bad until you eliminate those 3 items. The spring on the shaft isn't a problem, just pack a little grease at the edge where the shaft, spring, and carb body all meet. The bulletin also had a step-by-step of how to correct the issue.
This might open the clogged passage. Firstly, make sure you follow workshop manual instructions about disabling ignition components, or you can cause damage even doing compression checks. This completely solved my lean bog problem, and the engine still idles fine. I will report success or failure when I get it done and try it out on the water. If I push the throttle to fast it bogs and dies, I can still play with the key choke to get it back to life but it is waaaay underpowered, we are talking like 9 mph at full throttle and this is a 70 hp engine on a 14' boat! Consult your mechanic for a remedy. So basically it's not running full out and bogging down. It may be that you need a full teardown and rebuild.
It could be blocked with sand or dried salt anywhere from the plastic elbow ot the outlet fitting. It has power lift and trim. We will repair your motor at your request, answer your questions and make suggestions. This is roughly, one pint of 2 cycle oil, to six gallons of fuel. I looked at a boat today that had a 1978 Evinrude 70 hp motor on it. It involves drilling out some of those tiny passages and changing our the idle jets from. Well i couldn't upload it but i googled it and found it on your site here.
Since both motors are 49 cid I was thinkin maybe swap the 65hp carbs and get better mileage and lose a couple hp. The entire boat design is completly new. If he is doing the work himself it makes economic sense. I also have a 1976 70hp that is experiencing a lean bog and I would like to get some new idle jets for mine as well. The displacement for the pistons is 49. Start by draining the gearbox oil, it may be white where water has gotten past the seals, unless the seals are replaced, not always that easy, you will need to change the oil often.
I've had both 73 and a 78 3cyl. Too bad no one around here sells outboard parts anymore, makes every repair take 3 times as long. This boat is in excellent overall condition with minimal wear. A good amount of water surrounds and fills the space between the outer and inner tube, otherwise the outer housing would get so hot that the paint would burn off. It has been inspected by our factory-trained technicians and is mechanically sound.
It has been inspected by our factory-trained technicians and is mechanically sound. Refit making sure everything fits properly especially the water pipe in the pump and the gears work as they should, may need adjusting so remember how many turns on the linkage. These are the tiny holes you see in the throat of the carb just behind the throttle plate. Water or coffee-n-cream color in the oil indicates a lower unit seal problem. Check this is clear by putting hose water through it.
Many people have dropped their outboards into the water by trying to mount them while leaning over the stern. Please visit our to see a complete list of all the useful service manuals we offer. This can be accomplished by backing up your sailboat so that the motor is not directly above water, but above the walkway. Do this only on the outside of the carb and do both sides, as the shaft exits on the opposite side of the carb body. The engine weight is recorded at 230 lbs. Trades will be considered and delivery is available.
Additional photos and video are available at www. The trailer may become undone and cause havoc on the road. Every forum I read is different. This is 8 ounces of 2 stroke oil to 6 gallons of gas. I cleaned these and put everything back together and will test run when I get the other parts in the mail. Ask other outboard mechanics for their opinions. This time not much problems getting it started, idled fine and went into gear fine however it now will only go about a quarter speed even with throttle pushed to fast.