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There is no way for water to get into the cylinders, you could leave the hose on all day if you want. Now the jet ski is a different story
Water first. If your Merc is anything like my Yamaha that nifty hose connection is for motor off, flushing only. I would put muffs on the lower unit.
Doubt you have drum rears, you may be looking at the E-brake drum
The 377 is a new motor, the 383 is a remanufactured 377 bored .030 over
Unless I missed something, he's working on a 6.2 not a 8.2, considerable diff in price. Why would he need a new block ? He hasn't even looked at...
So you have new heads on this engine ? So strip everything off your engine, buy a short block, and bolt everything back on. You could probably...
Is it possible your weight might have something to do with it?
I did biz with them a couple years back, yes there was a contract.
Simple answer...above the waterline no problem, below,.. more so. You could probably stuff a rag in the line upstream while you do the work
Good point, and a new Airtex E11004 fuel pump for around $80 wouldn't hurt. Just did both of those items myself on my 1999.
Looks to be a CF2, so like Subline says, it's all copper with no problem parts.
Without an engine number we can only guess what cooler he has. 2 or 3 they both come out without pulling an engine.
You need a valve job
Zip tie the bellows small end last, Make sure it's not stretched or compressed to much in either direction with the drive all the way up and down.
What was the psi when it was alarming and what is it now ? Got to love that price