CAJUNNSC: And you are goin way over on your RPMs... you can't do dat boy ! Anything
over 1800 RPMs is to much out da water ! I don't care what day told ya...
don't do dat ! You gonna tear it cher '
chien nguyen: can you shown me how i can do carburetor my outboard mercury 225 yr 2002
Vermonster90: Good video, I'll. Try this on Mercury 75 4 stroke
HappyHappyHappy231: Dude, you are wasting a lot of water!
Laurent Blanchet: Thank you sooooo much! I will try this on my 115 HP Johnson 1995 fast
strike V4: I hope it works! :)
CAJUNNSC: Hey Cuz, you need to clean dat boat boy ! If you aint keeping it clean
after you use it cher' it's gonna always give ya trouble ! You know dat you
gotta get serious about da boat unless you want to spend a lot of time and
money on da ting...as I see you already are. Now using that much
cleena...you are messin up all your hoses and gaskets bro ! Come on man ! I
know you know betta den dat !
chien nguyen: you had great video
John Echterhoff: Wise pre-show disclaimer! Great hair!
Deeann Pookie: lousy camera work, Video is useless.
illwill8311: Will that clean the jets on the carbs? Will this method clean the entire
carb and all of its parts?
chalakias: You havent fire up the engine and the water still running for no
reason...you waste the most important thing in life..shame on you..
David Pearce: Hi next time run your engine in a half cut plastic barrel, it cuts down on
engine noice, and the lower leg, gets all the clean water it needs..just
stick the hose in the bottom of the barrel, and let it run from
there.constint flow of water :)
chuck williams: your engine sounds awesome. like a old muscle car.
Daniel Scheer: Definitely carbed. lol... be careful working on any outboard motors; but
thanks for the comment anyhow.
Daniel Scheer: That's my favorite part! LOL
KATHLEEN DUVALL: I own a 1976 75HP Evenrude, has not been started for 2 years. Checked out
your video. Took the cowl off, then the cover with 6 bolts to the carbs.
Used half a can inside and outside. Let it sit for 10 minutes. Brand new
battery I hooked up. Voila! Runs like a Swiss Watch again. Thanks for the
tip, I appreciate it.
Daniel Scheer: Just make sure to always have the correct oil mixture. Several people did
not understand that this engine pumps the oil automatically from a separate
oil tank. One should never run a two stroke engine without the correct
mixture of oil in the fuel.
onenikkione: should not rev an outboard unless under load...check owners manual
Daniel Scheer: I agree. Spraying into the carb will lean out the oil a little. But while
running off the carb clearner fuel mix, the VRO was steadily delivering the
correct oil ratio to the engine.
Bruce Brousard: I forgot about yours having oil injection! I have the old 50 to 1 mix and
mess system. I also have carb problems. Thanks!
Dan Baker: I can't tell what the heck is going on. the camera is moving too much
Daniel Scheer: I agree.
Daniel Scheer: If it's choked and not trying the fire up after 5 to 6 pulls... I would
squirt a little in. I would also definitely change the lower unit oil
before using the motor. Walmart sells a Pennzoil quart with a handy pump to
fill it bottom up. After that you can just use regular 80/90 gear oil. I
need to make a video of that too! LOL
Daniel Scheer: Assuming it's a two stroke... I would swap out the plugs, mix up a
batch/tank of two stroke fuel and buy a can of spray "outboard" starting
fluid. The primer bulb should firm up after pumping. Make sure you have a
good battery or strong pulling arm and let it rip. If it doesn't atleast
try to fire up after a few attempts. Spray a little starting fluid into the
opening of the carbs. Not too much, since you don't want to flood the
engine. Don't rev it up until it has been running a little while.
Donald Davis: you shouldn't rev it quite that hard....less than 3000 rpm.
Ian Hyland: The only carb cleaner I can find is the spray. What brand is sold as a
Jose Cruz: Hi sorry but that engine dont have carbs its oil injected
deesterdee123: great thanks !!!! it fixed my carb problem
bonelessi: Good video!
carlosenriquevaldes: good video, but why let the water running all the time!! my god save
Daniel Scheer: Place comments and questions here!
Bruce Brousard: Some good info, but on a two stroke, you might want to manual clean carbs
as if a cylinder is not getting the right mix of oil and fuel you can score
the dry cylinder and do huge amount of damage. just a note. Good video!
crazyawsomelife: thanks for the video ive had the same problem with my motor and ran strait
seefoam threw it and let it sit i did help some but not perfect,i diddent
even think of carb cleaner but it does make sence.ill give it a try worse
case sernaio ill have to tear the carbs apart anyway so ill try the quick
easey fix first then go from there. 1976 evenrude 70 engine
Herman Vogel: Even if I am going to use the boat again in a week or so I always unhook
the fuel line and run the engine until it stops. That way there is No fuel
in the carbs to gunk up. Same thing in my Weed Eater or any 2 cycle motor.
Takes a little time to Restart but It will every time and no expensive
return visits to the boat Shop.
Daniel Scheer: @bigdaddygato Yes you could try that; but that would be pretty strong, and
you want it to run awhile.. it needs time to work. I think I used about a 3
part gas to 1 part cleaner. Just realize that this motor is a two stroke
and requires oil to be mixed with the fuel. This engine pulls from a
dedicated 2stroke oil tank. If your motor is a two stroke and requires the
oil to be premixed... then you have to include the proper ratio in your mix
of gasoline/cleaner. Don't run it without oil!
rolldeep361: Thanks for the video. Good info
Daniel Scheer: Got it at West Marine for under $40. It's actually a selector valve, but
can shut off the fuel also.
Daniel Scheer: Seafoam is good to de-carbon a two stroke engine... but this was B-12
Berryman Chemtool Cleaner.
Daniel Scheer: Thanks, near Hammond, La.
Daniel Scheer: I totally agree... and do as I say not as I do!
suhailmo69: Hi. whats the exact model of this motor and build year? thanks
tasmania105: what is it that you mixed with the fuel? seafoam?
Jubebe Kemp: Where did you get cut off valve and how did you install it?
Ryzekiel: if that was chemtool that was too much, chemtool will destroy carb seals
jpavlekovich: the filming sucks
Daniel Scheer: @MrFishaddict707 To be honest... I only do it when I notice a problem.
Usually when I haven't run the engine in a few weeks. I figure the fuel
must be evaporating leaving the two stroke oil and varnish behind which
clogs some of the carb's internals. So I run a concentrated mix until it
starts running smooth again. It couldn't hurt adding it to the fuel as per
label, but I think there's enough alcohol in modern gas to keep the varnish
at bay... if you run the motor often!
C FIA: why the freak would it not have carbs if it is oil injected. just means u
don't have to mix your gas dumb ass.
House: Great video, it really helped with my outboard, thanks! (you might want to
edit out that quote: "And now I'm squeezing the ball and it's slowly
getting harder," though lol).
James Agans: OK, so how is the engine being lubricated if it is running on such a lean
mixture of Berrymans B12? (Available in WalMart) I dont know this motor but
are you sure these arent throttle bodies? Are there float bowls? Carbs have
Daniel Scheer: Check the autoparts stores. I use Berryman Chemtool B12