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Just picked up a 7.5hp gamefisher. Seller said it ran great and used it all the time. I took it out the other day for the first time, and it ran for about 2 minutes and I shut it off because I didn't see any water dripping out and I assumed it was water cooled. I spent like 10 minutes trying to find water ports, and some other boater came up and asked if I needed help. He seemed to know those motors well and mentioned that some of them were aircooled.
No Battery Is Detected Vista Hp Printer. He took the shroud off and looked, and said 'there's a fan on the flywheel, but it also looks like there's a water jacket on the engine. Maybe yours is air cooled and water cooled'. He thought it would be fine to run, so I started it back up--although I had to start it almost at full throttle. Then it ran for like 5 minutes or less and died.
The engine seemed really, really hot, but it didn't completely seize up because I can still turn the prop/piston. I am afraid to start it up because I have the feeling it overheated. I tore into it today because I thought I should check and see if it even has an impeller. I separated the lower unit (although I didn't get it totally disconnected) right at the cavitation plate and peeked in, but I didn't see an impeller. Are they somewhere else on these motors? Is it possible that a 7.5hp is aircooled?
That seems kind of powerful to be aircooled, but hey, I guess if VW beetles can be aircooled, why not tiny outboards? I also peeked into the flywheel area to see if I could see a clear fan, but I can't tell if there's actually a cooling fan on there. Is there an easy way to tell if my gamefisher is aircooled or liquid cooled? If it's aircooled, why did it die on me? Thanks for any info!