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In the process of building my GM 350's to 383's I took the engine blocks to the machine shop for boring, decking, clearance for stroker cranks and hot
20 years is a long time for the oil cooler used in salt water. Like MM says, thin oil will sneak past valve seals and cause smoke, classicly seen at
I am looking at the outboard motor market in the 40 hp new motors.
can any one give me any feedback poss. or neg. on ether of these two models.
You do realize that you are replying to a 3 year old post, right?
Yes, damp cold weather does create more steam.
If you have a 9 year old
Just drop the gearbox until you can remove the lower bolt in the shift shaft coupler. When you put it back