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Fatal Bass Boat collision in Socal

01 August 2014 - 06:02 PM




Having been passed too close, by one of these low profile bass boats doing rediculous speeds while sailing the U20... All I can say is I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often. Sad day for someone's family.


Hope they tie the speeding bass boat driver to a large anchor and send him to the bottom.

Honda 2hp 4stroke -- need help!!! pulling carb and cleanin

24 July 2014 - 08:30 PM

Ok so luck of the draw I need to get this thing running for our Trip to the lake next month. It was tuned up full package thing in 07 and has been run like 3 times since, all the gaskets and such are like brand new still looking at the one's I can get too.


The issue is that the carb is mucked up need to just do a typical clean job but can't seem to sort out how to get the damn thing off given the plastic outer / lower section appears to be a single piece that sits down over the top of the entire package. Right where the fuel bowl is there is a small section that seems to slide out - but the bolts that hold it in place are wedged in under the damn big plastic lower section.


Anyone know where I can find a manual to diss assemble this thing? I can't imagine the carb being that hard to access given with all outboards you pretty much end up having to do a little cleaning job at some point when they refuse to run at the least opportune time.


By the way it does fire on the first pull but due to the lack of fuel making its way through what is probably a fouled jet thats pretty much the extent of its run. The last time I used it we did run it dry before storing, and it also fired up and ran like a champ on the first pull. The spark Plug is dry and clean basically new. Engine is clean no rust or leaks. So my plan was just pull the carb spray it out clean it up a little but....

Not my content but great Texas 200 videos worth a look

27 June 2014 - 04:45 AM

This guy did a nice job with his video work. Fun videos to watch