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Get your vessel ready for the spring season - don't wait!
This engine has been rebuilt to give long, satisfactory service. Protect your investment
by following these instructions before installing or starting the engine.
These engines have been carefully remanufactured to precision standards, and will perform
properly if certain steps are taken by the mechanic when doing the installation. Following is a
list of causes for a remanufactured engine to fail early in service, and suggested procedures
to prevent failure. When a properly remanufactured engine fails to give satisfactory service,
it is usually due to: burning piston heads caused by detonation, pre-ignition
or "lugging"; piston scuffing or seizing usually caused by overheating or
excess fuel; bearing and crankshaft wear caused by under-lubrication, dirt
or coolant seepage; excessive piston and cylinder wear caused by dirt,
ineffective air filtering, coolant seepage or excessively rich, air-fuel ratio.
The customer and the remanufacturer
have a mutual interest in this engine.
We both want it to perform and
give long and satisfactory life.
We recommend these precautions:
Protect the investment you have in
your engine. Take the time to read
and follow these recommendations.
Before starting the engine for the first time, be sure it has been properly pre-lubricated.
NOTE: Applying loads to the engine for short periods of time causes increased ring pressure against the cylinder walls
and helps to seat the rings. This is especially important because you are "breaking-in" the engine with heavy-duty oils.
The rapid deceleration increases vacuum and gives extra lubrication to the piston and ring assemblies.
When you have accumulated 25 to 50 hours of operation, change the engine oil and filter according to manufacturer's
recommendations for oil type and filter number
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