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1997 Evinrude 115 Crossflow V4 Powerhead on 2040-parts.com

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Freeport, New York, United States

Freeport, New York, United States
Powerhead for rebuild. Compression 120psi on 3 cylinders. Top #1 starboard cylinder failure. Power head in original condition andcan be rebored. You will need cylinder head 326505 (starboard) as this was damaged due to popped cylinder rings.
Brand:Evinrude Stroke:2-Stroke Engine(HP):115 hp Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Powerhead for rebuild. Compression 120psi on 3 cylinders. Top #1 starboard cylinder failure. Can be re-bored as this powerhead is in original condition. You will need to replace cylinder head 326505 (starboard) as this was damaged due to popped cylinder rings. Core is in very good condition. All external components such as power pack, flywheel, etc, not included. This auction is for the core and internal parts only. Shipping charges are calculated on distance- NOT what is shown as a default calculation posted by E-bay. Please take this in to consideration.  Please contact us with any questions.

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