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    Haha well maybe I have my starboard and port mixed up then. Lol. Sitting in the boat, left is port and right is starboard, correct?

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    Or maybe I have the cyl numbers mixed up? Book shows me that #1 cyl is left(port) top??

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    Ha. Please, someone chime in here and verify the points discussed. I know others are reading this.

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    Hey Sleek, what book are you looking at? Just wondering.

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    When I get home I will get the details on it.

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    How are the magnets on the flywheel? they tend to come loose and cause all kinds of havoc..........
    "One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors". Plato .

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    The reason it controls top and bottom is the box is the same as a v4 thus fewer parts to stock, originally they had different numbers for top and bottom later all had the longer wires for bottom. Odd of a timer being bad on 4 cylinders is very low generally they will lose only 1. You need a peak reading voltmeter to properly check the system. 1 is the highest cylinder top starboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer View Post
    The reason it controls top and bottom is the box is the same as a v4 thus fewer parts to stock, originally they had different numbers for top and bottom later all had the longer wires for bottom. Odd of a timer being bad on 4 cylinders is very low generally they will lose only 1. You need a peak reading voltmeter to properly check the system. 1 is the highest cylinder top starboard

    BAM!!! There you go Sleek69...Your answer.
    Now, can he swap packs side to side to see if the problem follows the packs? Assuming the primary coil wires are long enough?

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    OK, and you guys know very well that goes against all OMC engine design practices. No other OMC I ever heard of has top and bottom controlling powerpacks. All are side to side. Great to know tho. Thanks Racer.

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    ignition guide?
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails CDI+Troubleshooting+Guide+-+2012_1.pdf  

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvd View Post
    OK, and you guys know very well that goes against all OMC engine design practices. No other OMC I ever heard of has top and bottom controlling powerpacks. All are side to side. Great to know tho. Thanks Racer.
    Along with the exhaust separated top 4 and bottom 4. The v8s definitely didn't fit with the 4s and 6s.
    Then again, they basically stacked two v4s on top of each other. So maybe the 6 doesn't fit???

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