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Old 05-08-2012, 10:03 PM
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Default does anyone know what could possibly be?????

my name is larry i just spent 525.00 on my 84 johnson 65 hp motor had the carbs rebuilt and jetted and the motor gone through and adjusted my cables that i had put on brand new from my local marina...they then tested the motor running and said it sounds strong and its fine i would be able to use it; now i went to run it before i took it out and it was doing the same thing it did in the beginning..... the issues are stalling when you hit wot, stalls when you rev it in neutral, i took it back and now they are saying that its probloem is the piston skirts are worn past there tolerance if anyone is a mechanic or knows anything please send me a message would be greatful to hear some advice on what to do next, by the way the motor is a 2 stroke thank you , larry
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