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Trying to found the year of my motor

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  • Trying to found the year of my motor

    Please help me? I bought a evinrude motor model number be8bacud. I can't figure out for sure what year my motor is so I can order the right parts. Please help?

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    1987

    Belgium made, has an AC lighting coil, CU are the date letters for '87

    See the owners manual ( or ask) if you want the use the AC output for lighting or add a rectifier for battery charging.

    Runs on 50:1 even if marked 100:1

    Always quote the full model number when ordering parts.

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    • #3
      Thank you!

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      • #4
        It does has the ac output on the motor. I use it to charge me cell and for lights.

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          Originally posted by Tekin View Post
          It does has the ac output on the motor. I use it to charge me cell and for lights.
          You can run lights directly from the AC but you need a 3 phase type of rectifier if you are to use it for battery charging

          Last edited by Vic.S; July 20th, 2016, 12:20 PM.

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