Is a 1996, 90 HP, 60 degree Evinrude a durable motor choice?
I am looking to replace an older motor and want to bump up to younger but still easy to work on. It will be a motor that I can keep for many, many years and repair as needed without to much special equipment or trouble. I am looking at the mid to late 90's and 70-90HP. Found a 1996 60degree 90 HP Evinrude in really good shape, and I am wondering if anyone has any good or bad feedback on that model and year. It's $1800 and runs strong has 135-138 for compression. <br>I did a few searches and found very little said about it, and a little bit on Utube. It still has it's oil system working, I have mixed (Ha ha) thoughts about that. The oil container will just be one more thing to stuff somewhere in the back and break down.<br><span>Thanks for any feedback.</span>