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52cc 3.5Hp 2 Stroke Gas Outboard Motor Jon Boat, Zodiac, Dingy

52cc 3.5Hp 2 Stroke Gas Outboard Motor Jon Boat, Zodiac, Dingy

Regular price $139.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $139.00 USD
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Shaft Length
Short Shaft for 16" Transom
Long Shaft for 21" Transom
• Features 360 degree steering rotation for reverse.
• Start-In-Gear protection/clutch feature prohibits prop rotation while idling
• Lift/Tilt feature for shallow water operation and convenience
• Standard CDI ignition system for easy starting and improved performance
• Vertical mount engine design for increased power, performance and durability
• Superior carbonation system with primer bulb for increased efficiency
• Twist grip throttle handle and engine stop button for improved response
• Superior outboard anti corrosion system and anodes for increased durability
• Durable cast aluminum construction for superior corrosion protection
• Heavy duty lightweight aluminum propeller is standard equipment
Starting Procedure:

1. Lower engine to running position and check the following
• Fuel level
• Engine mount secure
• Propeller clear
2. Loosen air-vent screw on fuel tank cap by 2 or 3 turns (if fitted)
3. Firmly connect fuel hose to both fuel tank and engine
4. Squeeze primer bulb until it becomes firm
5. Make sure throttle grip on handle in START position
6. Clip lock plate onto emergency-stop switch and tie lanyard to your wrist
7. Pull out choke if starting cold engine
8. Start motor by pulling starter handle (manual start)
9. Push choke back in
10. Check fuel pump to ensure membrane is not torn out

11. Check carburetor to ensure that draining screw is not opened
Mounting An Outboard Motor:
The method of securing an outboard motor to the vessel.
Use of hand-tightened screw thread clamps. These clamp the transom of the vessel between the engine mounting bracket and the screw thread plates. Their tightness should be checked each time the engine is used. A safety rope or chain should also be used to secure the motor to the vessel and prevent the motor from dropping from the boat if the clamps get loose during vessel operation. On larger outboard motors, the mounting bracket is usually bolted through the transom plate. This is a more secure method, but regular checks must be made for looseness.
Trim Angle:
By changing the outboard motor’s drive angle, the vessel’s bow can be made to rise or fall. The performance and stability of a vessel depends a great deal on correctly trimming the outboard. The correct trim angle depends on the vessel ’ s handling characteristics, the size of the outboard, the sea and loading conditions. Care must therefore be taken to ensure the outboard is trimmed correctly under different sea and loading conditions. On smaller outboards, the trim angle is adjusted manually by moving an adjusting rod to different holes in the mounting bracket. The bigger outboards usually have a Trim Switch fitted on the remote control level.

Displacement: 52cc, 3.5HP

Engine:1E44F-6, 2-stroke,air-cooled

Power: 3.5HP/6500rpm

Max. Engine speed:8000/rpm

Fuel tank capacity:1200ml

oil/Gasoline Mixing Ratio: 1:25

Shaft length:87cm

Pipe diameter:28mm

Handle length:55cm

Propeller diameter:180mm

360°rotary handle with self lock

G.W./N.W:9.5/8.0kgs "

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