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How to hotwire an outboard motor

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Nick Ward (1 day ago)
Do you have any idea where I can find a color coded wiring diagram for the ignition switch? Unfortunately the wires on my 91 evinrude 150 were cut from the ignition switch and I’m not sure what colors go to what letters on the new ignition switch
Nick Ward (1 day ago)
Never mind, just took some more googlin!
el gallo Claudio (1 month ago)
Do you have any remote controls for suzuki dt 40 hp 1983...
mrmaxstorey (1 month ago)
no sry
Daniel Pirela (1 month ago)
Did you sell one 8 pin for mercury?
David Wimberley (3 months ago)
I want to send you some money (for the value of the motorcycle videos to me) -- What is the best way?
Shawn Jackson (3 months ago)
I just saw a 83 750 magnum V45 on facebook in New Bern N.C. for 600 . 00 Don't know much about the bike other than the post ... saw it and thought of you. Shawnee Oyenik it's posted on his page .
Osborne Bay (3 months ago)
Great you have a outboard farm.....
CrzyMFT (3 months ago)
are you done with bike videos?
CrzyMFT (3 months ago)
@mrmaxstorey :( I miss them
mrmaxstorey (3 months ago)
Pretty much
formegolf (3 months ago)
Max, hope you and Mrs. Storey are doing well my friend. Glad to see you doing videos again. I do miss the bikes. Take care Max...Mark
Trent T (3 months ago)
Why are you buying more motors than you can output. Your inventory management seems to be alittle inefficient if you have that many jobs pending.
Trent T (1 month ago)
@robert donaldson I did see it. The cost of the motors is capital that is sitting idle. Theres a term called velocity of money, look it up.
robert donaldson (1 month ago)
@Trent T see above answer...
Trent T (3 months ago)
@mrmaxstorey Sounds good The wasted resource is your capital that is being used up on motors that are sitting in your yard., capital that could be out getting returns.
mrmaxstorey (3 months ago)
Thats not an unreasonable question but I do have some good reasons. First, in this industry it makes a lot of sense to buy during the winter and sell during the summer, so I have been collecting motors all winter and now they are just starting to sell. Also there are lots of variables that customers are looking for: 2 stroke/4 stroke, shaft length, horsepower, tiller/controls, many people are very brand loyal. So having a diverse selection makes me more likely to make the sale. Also my dad ships me down a lot of motors to sell for him so a lot of these are his anyway. With these things just sitting up on stands they dont take up a lot of room and they certainly dont require any resources, so they arent wasting any money just sitting there until they find a new owner, so there isnt any efficiency wasted. All told I would be happy to have ended the winter with twice the inventory that I have now; at the rate this spring is going so far I'll be sold out by June
Travis L. Desmadreson (3 months ago)
Great video. Keep up the good work. (Don't go disappearing)
Tyler's DIY (4 months ago)
Wow, you've got quite the inventory there. I'm assuming you can turn a decent profit on outboard motors or you wouldn't be doing it! Good for you.
T. Koogle (4 months ago)
I have to repair a Mariner 30E that has the female socket off the motor and the battery leads but did not come with the rest of the wiring harness. I do have the throttle & shift controller but the key port is plugged out so i would assume there was a separate key switch. If you have one, i would love to buy it from you! I am in MD so how do we connect?
SAILAWAY (4 months ago)
Great Video, thank`s for the information .
cn 250 (4 months ago)
This is totally craptastic, please get off the crack, and get back on your motorcycle. Yeehaa.
Viper6 (4 months ago)
Man, it has been a while. Your beard is white now 😉. My dad gave me an old 5 HP outboard that his friend ran on very little 2 stoke oil so it need a rebuild. I’ll tackle that one day lol.

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