How to Maintain the Engine of Your Boat and Prevent Its Damage
It is not easy being a boat engine. As opposed to its automotive cousins, the marine engines are normally running at very high RPMs and at the same time under a heavy load when it is operating and most of the time, the engine sits in the storage room. This can be said to be the worst of both worlds. Currently, the marine engines are high-quality made as opposed to the predecessors and normally have very little mechanical issues when they are properly maintained.
A majority of the marine engines are cooled through the ocean or the lake pumping into it from the outboard engine or in the lower unit of the outdrive. Then, the water is then distributed by a water pump which is made up of plastic impeller and a rubber or a fan which gets the water from the lake and then goes ahead to pump it up and through the water jacket of the engine to ensure that the engine of the boat is cool...More