Use Loctite to keep the side plate bolts from backing out. Although this motor is well balanced, it does vibrate more at higher RPM by definition. Locktite solves this easily.
Carry tools when you get out there on the water, folks. It’s up to you to determine how many tools to carry, but I carry by whole tool bucket.
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Here’s what I use for an oil change: Royal Purple High Performance Marine 10w-30 Bestline Engine Treatment
You can get gasket materials form any auto parts store.
I had a gift certificate from SPS North America for the assembly/review video I did a few months back. I used part of it to get the SPS exhaust header for my mud motor. Goodness this thing pumps out a lot of exhaust. More power.
Use automotive connectors with these motors because they vibrate a lot.
Quick tip if you’re someone who has to leave your motor outdoors.