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Posted on Sunday Mar 17, 2013 at 5:32 PM  
If you guys De Carb your engines how do you do it? Use a fuel additive, or De Carb periodically?
Steve Carroll Hybrid/Striper Guide Skiatook Lake Fishing Guides, Lowrance Pro Staff, Zebco Brands Pro Staff, Yeti Pro Staff, Costa Del Mar Pro Staff, Mercury/Motor Guide Pro Team.





Posted on Sunday Mar 17, 2013 at 6:20 PM  
http://www.marinemechanic.com/new-images/2_cycle_engine_tuner.htm OMC makes some stuff called Tuner Cleaner. I used it once right after I bought my used outboard. Now I just put a little Sea Foam in every tank.
You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can't Tuna Fish (REO Speedwagon)
Posted on Sunday Mar 17, 2013 at 6:59 PM  
I use ring free in my Yamaha. I use BG 44K once a season in my Johnson. Some of the more aggressive stuff I have used in the past, I don't think we're the best thing for a two stroke in general and for sure not good if your engine has an O2 sensor.
Posted on Sunday Mar 17, 2013 at 7:45 PM  
Bayer Marine recommended an Evinrude product (I can't remember the name) to add in every tank of fuel. My engine was heavily carboned up when the piston failed. I'm going to be needing to doo something different when the rebuild is complete. I had two weeks left on the warranty!!
Steve Carroll Hybrid/Striper Guide Skiatook Lake Fishing Guides, Lowrance Pro Staff, Zebco Brands Pro Staff, Yeti Pro Staff, Costa Del Mar Pro Staff, Mercury/Motor Guide Pro Team.





Posted on Sunday Mar 17, 2013 at 8:25 PM  
You had another engine failure? It sounds like it may be the same product as Yamaha ring free. I use one ounce per ten gallons. It's hard to believe that small amount could make a huge difference. Have you ever figured out how many gallons of fuel you burn per gallon of oil? I wonder if the engine is being over oiled.
Posted on Sunday Mar 17, 2013 at 8:55 PM  
I think I should try to calculate it.
Steve Carroll Hybrid/Striper Guide Skiatook Lake Fishing Guides, Lowrance Pro Staff, Zebco Brands Pro Staff, Yeti Pro Staff, Costa Del Mar Pro Staff, Mercury/Motor Guide Pro Team.





Posted on Sunday Mar 17, 2013 at 9:27 PM  
My Yamaha is an OX66 efi, not hpdi. I seldom run full throttle, I am usually at cruise speed or idle looking for fish. I average 70 to 90 gallons fuel to a gallon of oil
Posted on Monday Mar 18, 2013 at 9:32 AM  
I run a 18 year old evinrude 150, the auto oiler was jerked out of it very early on as my brother fried his similar motor due to oil injecter failure. I mix my own, 50:1, so to me I'm burning fifty gallons of fuel to one gallon of oil. I put some stabil in it when I'm not running it often as during the winter months...when I'm runnin' and gunnin' just oil and fuel.

I have had a couple of times when I had some moisture in my fuel and had to dump a little Heat in it for that.
Posted on Monday Mar 18, 2013 at 10:19 AM  
One can of sea foam in one gallon of fuel mixed 50-1 in a separate fuel can. Idea that whole can through the motor. Then once it is gone pull the plugs and deep creep the cylinders. Let it stand for 30 mins then go run it.
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