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ARCO Marine Replacement Outboard Tilt Trim Motor - Johnson/Evinrude, 2-Wire, 4 Bolt, EFISpecial Price $158.19 Regular Price $214.25
ARCO Marine Replacement Outboard Tilt Trim Motor - Yamaha, 2-Wire, 3 Bolt, Flat Blade ShaftSpecial Price $227.47 Regular Price $327.05
ARCO Marine Replacement Outboard Tilt Trim Motor & Reservoir Only - Mercury/Mariner & Force MotorSpecial Price $304.89 Regular Price $436.60
ARCO Marine Replacement Outboard Tilt Trim Motor - Yamaha, 2-Wire, 3 Bolt, Flat Blade ShaftSpecial Price $345.41 Regular Price $482.70
ARCO Marine Replacement Johnson/Evinrude Tilt Trim Motor - 2-Wire, 4 Bolt, Flat Blade ShaftSpecial Price $162.69 Regular Price $228.50
ARCO Marine Replacement Outboard Tilt Trim Motor - Late Model Mercury, 2-WireSpecial Price $208.89 Regular Price $297.90
ARCO Marine Replacement Outboard Tilt Trim Motor - Yamaha-4 Bolt, 5/8" Flat Blade ShaftSpecial Price $358.00 Regular Price $500.85
ARCO Marine Replacement Outboard Tilt Trim Motor - Yamaha-4 BoltSpecial Price $233.12 Regular Price $335.10
ARCO Marine Johnson/Evinrude Outboard Starter - V6 - 8 ToothSpecial Price $152.92 Regular Price $213.30
ARCO Marine Johnson/Evinrude Outboard Starter - 9 Tooth (Early Model)Special Price $154.36 Regular Price $215.00
ARCO Marine Mercury Outboard Starter - 9 ToothSpecial Price $185.51 Regular Price $255.15
ARCO Marine Johnson/Evinrude Outboard Starter - Late ModelSpecial Price $126.53 Regular Price $175.35
WHAT ARE BOAT ENGINE CONTROLS AND WHAT DO THEY DO?
Boat engine controls are the system of devices used to operate and manage the speed and direction of a boat's engine. They include a throttle, shifter, and other instruments that allow the operator to control the boat's speed and direction. In addition to these main controls, there may be other related controls, such as trim tabs, which are used to control the angle of the boat's propeller, and engine alarms, which alert the operator in the event of an engine problem.
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BOAT ENGINE CONTROLS AVAILABLE?
The different types of boat engine controls available include mechanical controls, hydraulic controls, and electronic controls. Mechanical controls are the most basic type and rely on cables and pulleys to operate the throttle and shifter. Hydraulic controls use a hydraulic system to operate the throttle and shifter, while electronic controls use electronic actuators and sensors to operate the throttle and shifter.
WHAT IS A THROTTLE AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
A throttle is a device used to control the speed of a boat's engine. It is typically located on the boat's control panel and can be operated by a lever or wheel. The throttle is connected to the engine and is used to increase or decrease the engine's RPMs (revolutions per minute), which determines the boat's speed.
WHAT IS A SHIFTER AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
A shifter, or shift mechanism, is a device used to change the gears of a boat's engine. It is used to control the direction of the boat's propulsion and can be operated by a lever located near the throttle. The shift mechanism is used to put the boat's engine in forward, neutral, or reverse gear, allowing the boat to move forward, stop, or move backwards.
WHAT SHOULD I CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING BOAT ENGINE CONTROLS?
When choosing boat engine controls, you should consider the type of boat you have, the size of your engine, and the specific requirements of your boat. Additionally, you should choose controls that are durable, reliable, and easy to use. A few of the most important considerations include:
- Compatibility: Make sure that the controls you choose are compatible with your boat's engine and propulsion system. This includes compatibility with the type of engine, its size, and the type of propulsion system (inboard, outboard, etc.).
- Ease of use: Consider the ergonomics and layout of the controls, making sure they are easy to operate and reach. The controls should be located in a convenient and accessible location and have a smooth and responsive operation.
- Durability: Look for controls that are built to withstand the harsh marine environment and can withstand exposure to saltwater, UV rays, and other environmental factors.
- Features: Consider what features you need or want in your engine controls, such as single-lever controls, engine synchronization, and trim tabs.
- Brand reputation: Choose a reputable brand with a proven track record of reliability and durability. Research customer reviews and compare different brands and models to find the best controls for your needs.
- Cost: Consider your budget and the costs associated with installing and maintaining the controls. Look for the best value, rather than the cheapest option, to ensure that you get the features and durability you need.
HOW DO I MAINTAIN MY BOAT ENGINE CONTROLS?
To maintain your boat engine controls, you should regularly check the cables, pulleys, and hydraulic system for any signs of damage or wear. This process should start with a visual inspection of the controls and continue by testing operations and checking for any warning signals or alerts. If you notice any damage, you should repair or replace the controls as soon as possible to ensure that they remain safe and effective. Of course, we recommend consulting with an expert if you are unsure of how to proceed with repairing damage to your boat’s engine controls.