Keep your old outboard engine running smoothly with these tips

“We’ve always been big believers that maintenance is a lot cheaper than repairs-especially when it comes to our outboard motors. We use our boats for a living and it’s imperative that they’re running in top shape at all times.

Wired2fish staffer Walker Smith’s boat is a prime example of the importance of continuous maintenance. At 21 years old, his outboard is running stronger than ever since switching to non-ethanol fuel and regularly using fuel treatments. He’s been using Sea Foam Marine Pro for the past year and has noticed a tremendous difference in performance.

By simply using Marine Pro each time he fills up with gas, he has noticed marked improvements in his hole shot and top speed, while also enjoying much less smoke than before. It cleans injectors, removes old carbon deposits from cylinder heads, cleans and lubricates critical upper engine areas and even stabilizes tank fuel for up to two years.”

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While you could spend money on a brand new outboard engine, a little TLC can go a long way to rejuvenating your current engine. Fuel treatment is an easy solution for getting the most out of your motor and prolonging its life. It’s a small investment that offers so many benefits!

The team at Robbinsdale Marine not only have qualified technicians that can repair your outboard engine, but we also sell some of the top brands. Evinrude, Johnson Outboards, and Tecumseh to name a few. Stop by our store or give us a call at 763-533-0300 to inquire about the brands we serve. You can also visit our outboard engine repair page for more information.

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