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Old 01-31-2014, 01:38 PM
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Also can anyone tell me how reliable these old engines are? I have no idea of its history but it does run on 50:1 2-stroke mix. I am guessing a good strip down, grease prop shaft and replace gearcase oil and water pump impeller should go a good way to maintaining it. Also it works by r/c on my shetland boat and stops by an electric button on the dash but does not have electric start. Maybe it is equipped for E/s but no longer in use - no starter motor inside.
Helloooo is anyone alive there???
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Old 02-22-2014, 08:22 PM
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The T stands for tilt and trim electric start, can't help with the H,M
I believe the h and m are just a production change made through out the year or the country in which the engine was ***embled in .
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Old 04-24-2014, 12:01 PM
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most of the letters are very simple to understand.

ok here goes for some of the above ones.
on the e225 for example, the f stands for ficht the h is for high output.
the l is for longshaft the etc.

on most of the omc/brp stuff it really is easy to follow.

the very last letter is often just a production run letter and means nothing really.
its the 2 letters before the end that normally give the year.

my engine is a BE60TLEOC for example.

B is a factory (usa),
E=evinrude
60 =60hp
T =trim n tilt,
L= longshaft.
EO = 1995
C + is just the factory run model..

when shown what your model number is you feel silly for asking as its just so obvious.
especilly if it has a H and big decals on the side saying high output !!!!!!

hope this helps.

any probs not knowing just post here and im sure someone will tell you what you have.

if your plate is missing then its also stamped on a 1 inch disc on the engine somewhere near the cylinder head.
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Old 08-06-2016, 08:10 PM
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Can someone please help me out, Bought a boat as a project. Unfinished.

Looking for some info regarding the motors... came with 2.

Cant seem to match the motor serial/model number with anything.

MOD No. A J50TLCCS
SER No. A 07601638

OUTBOARD MARINE CORPORATION
AUSTRALIA

The above is exactly what's on the silver plate. The other motor I can't find the plate just yet.

Any help kindly appreciated.
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