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115 e tech

dixiedaddixiedad Posts: 392 Deckhand
My 115e tech has been a great motor, and very ecconomical to operate. As of now I have abt 160 hrs on it and was wondering how many hrs I can reasonably expect to get out of it ? I take care of it and have all work and service done by an evinrude specialist.

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  • BillgranBillgran Posts: 350 Deckhand
    I have serviced 115's with over 3000 hours on them. Neglect and lack of use shortens the life of any motor.
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  • dixiedaddixiedad Posts: 392 Deckhand
    Thank you. One more queation, Does it hurt an outboard to run at high rpm, I've heard does not ? I usually run right around 4000 rpm if i'm going any distance, would it do harm to run 45 or 4600, or am I better off going easy ?
  • BillgranBillgran Posts: 350 Deckhand
    The rpms for a 2 stroke really do not make much of a difference in recreational use. Most boats with sufficient power will cruise between 3500-4500 rpm.
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