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  • #16
    i have a nice tn27 ready to go…. in the shed all reworked with pump leather seals and all but…. water conditions presently not compatible with boating

    green wire has been rerouted

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    • #17
      Nice simple motor .-----Not even any reed valves to make noise or fail.
      Last edited by racerone; February 10th, 2019, 03:46 PM.

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      • #18
        Used 3/8, 5/16, #10 Nylon washers from lowes for the screws on the carburetor for future reference.

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        • #19
          Crosbyman that looks great. I had it running in a barrel on my back patio. It was 37 out but I have to get it right so when the temp is good on a weekend I can get to the lake and make some hot laps.

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          • #20
            https://youtu.be/mRi0jgv7CS0 In gear

            https://youtu.be/S0NFt9RGx9Y Idle before coil started giving out.

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            • #21
              New coils installed, back together and test ran tonight for 20 min at idle and then half throttle, no issues. It is a impressive little engine. It is going to be fun. Now I need to title and license it. Yep we have to do that here in Missouri.

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              • #22
                another one saved

                congratulation

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                • #23
                  Thank you for your help. I need to find another one that is about 10 HP and 15 years newer to work on next. I really enjoyed this one. I may have to start collecting them.

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                  • #24
                    well a lot of folks don't like the turtle series (9.5hp (see Leroy's article) but I have revived a few with not to much trouble

                    the later version 1966 and up have vibration dampners otherwise they shake a bit to much to some

                    plenty around and they make good back-ups and trollers when adjusted properly .

                    http://www.leeroysramblings.com/OMC_9.5.htm


                    anything below 10hp was popular in Canada because you did not have to get a boat registration number


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                    • #25
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                      We have a lot of small motors in Canada due to the fact that we have a lot of lakes with clean water and fish.------Plus a short season in fresh water makes for many " near new condition " 40 / 50 year old motors.------Shops do not touch them and therefor they are available cheap.

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