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  • 6/14/2014

    BRP INTRODUCES A NEW ERA IN OUTBOARD ENGINES

    G2 engines, the next generation of Evinrude E-TEC outboard engines, showcases BRP’s history of innovation with its bold breakthrough design

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  • 6/10/2014

    BRP TO SUPPLY EVINRUDE ENGINES TO A NORTH AMERICAN LEADER IN WELDED HEAVY-GAUGE ALUMINUM BOATS

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  • 5/14/2014

    BRP WINS 2014 WISCONSIN BUSINESS FRIEND OF THE ENVIRONMENT AWARD

    Emissions sampling equipment supports alternative fuel research

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  • Nanonut / Mate

    Oil tank on 2004 evinrude 175hp collapsing in on itself, need help

    I need help diagnosing why my external oil tank would collapse in. I see that there is a supply line with the primer bulb and a return line. Is there a place where the tank should vent that may be blocked? Could the return line be clogged. The motor was getting oil as no alarms sounded but something is causing the tank to crush in, any ideas. I have two motors and the oil tank on the other motor is fine.

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  • DracoGT / Captain

    First season maintenance.

    The first season with my E-Tec 150 is coming to an end. Soon ice will sporadically start appearing in the harbour. Sad days indeed. I have around 40 hours on the motor and my question is, do I have to change the gear oil with only 40 hours on it?I am running in salt water, but I can't see this should affect the oil in any way. Would just opening the lower plug to check for water be enough, or should I just leave it until the three year/300 hour service? Blue grease in the right places and gasoline stabilizer will be done, and the winterizing procedure of course. On my previous Evinrude, a 75HP 1978, I used to spray the powerhead with conservating oil to keep out moisture and leave a thin layer over everything. This motor is still looking fresh today. Retired now, but still fires on the first try. The comercial say three years, but what is a "must" to do every season end?

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