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  • gscrsigs / Mate

    throttle 250ho

    Question on throttle. Have a hot foot. Dealer really scammed me when they rigged it. I think they basically stuck cables in boot and fired it up. My cam for throttle does not hit block for idle but it is not in contact with the linkage roller either. Both about 1/8 to 1/4 away. That probably ok but wondering about wot. The hot foot pressed to wot will hit stop on block but I can still advance the throttle linkage another 1/2 with my fingers. Does that mean I am not getting wot? Doesn't look like I can adjust the big black cam? My old motor with the hot foot had a zone at wot where the last inch or so it didn't seem to gain me anymore speed or rpms. I looked into this because I figured they never Adjusted the bolt stop on hoot foot which h they didn't. I had to move that out over 1/2 inch. Thanks

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  • gscrsigs / Mate

    Re: trim gauge

        glad to hear that you solved the wiring problem.   the sending unit is visible on the port side stern bracket when the motor is tilted up fully. The movable arm is what rotates a reostat sealed inside of the housing. If you run in saltwater, sometimes a shot of penetrating oil on the shaft helps to free things up if it gets sticky and give erratic readings on the gauge.

    Owner's Zone 2 hours ago 8 posts

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