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  • 4 Signs Your Boat's Engine Might Have a Clogged Fuel Injector

    If fuel droplets are allowed to settle within the fuel injector once your boat's engine has been turned off, those deposits can eventually clog the injectors. Though rarer, it's also possible for fuel injectors to become clogged thanks to grit and dirt that works its way into the system In either case, a clogged fuel injector won't be able to deliver fuel as effectively to your boat's engine, and running the motor while a fuel injector is clogged can have serious long-term consequences.
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  • 4 Benefits of an Electric Outboard Motor

    People know that electric cars are getting better and better with each passing year, but few take the time to consider electric outboard engines for their boat. It might sound like an odd idea at first, but outboard engines actually come with a whole heap of advantages that make them more than worthy of the investment. Here are just four reasons you should choose one over a gas or diesel.
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