Outboard Motors Basics
Outboard Motor EPA Compliance For Portable Fuel Components – What You Need to Know
Effective January 1, 2011, the U.S. EPA began requiring that all portable fuel systems manufactured for use with gasoline-powered marine engines in the U.S. produce zero evaporative emissions. Find out what it means for your outboard motor fuel tank and engine:
Why Consider a Propane Outboard?
Propane outboards burn fuel 50 times – yes, you read that right, 50 times! – cleaner than even eco-friendly gasoline-powered outboards. They release very little in the way of greenhouse gases or toxic fumes. In fact, some propane-powered outboards have zero emissions!
EFI vs. a Standard 4 Stroke Outboards
When choosing 4 stroke outboards – depending on the horsepower range you need for your craft – one of the decisions you’ll need to make is whether you want an electronic fuel-injected (EFI) engine or a standard, carbureted four-stroke.
Selecting the Right Outboard Boat Motors for Your Watercraft
Boaters – and prospective boaters – invest considerable time in evaluating different types, makes and models of watercraft before purchasing a boat. But, when buying an outboard motor, do they take enough time to ensure they're getting the outboard that's best for their boat and leisure activities? Not always.
How to Clean Your Outboard MotorsWhether you use your outboard in saltwater, freshwater or both, it’s important to clean and maintain outboard motors so that it will perform the way you want it to and provide you with many happy years of service.
Effectively Maintaining Honda Boat Motors
Online Outboards and Honda Marine are here to help you care for and maintain your Honda boat motors so that they provide you with many years of successful use.