UNITED STATES AND CANADA
This outboard is designed to operate on any major
brand of automotive unleaded gasoline with a mini-
mum posted octane rating of 87. Mid-grade automo-
tive gasolines that contain fuel injector cleaner are
preferred for added intemal engine cleanliness.
Leaded gasoline is not recommended.
Use a major brand of automotive unleaded gasoline
with a minimum poster RON of 90. Mid-grade auto-
motive gasoline that contain fuel injector cleaner are
gasoline is acceptable
in areas where un-
leaded gasoline is not available.
corrosion may occur due to the accu-
mulation of exhausted
30 DAYS OR
DRAIN THE FUEL TANK, THEN RUN THE ENGINE
LET IT RUN UNTIL
FUEL NEXT SEASON.
IN THE FUEL TANK OR PERMANENT
TION OF ACIDS DURING
OF AN EN-
GINE WHILE IN STORAGE.
If gasoline containing alcohol is used or if you suspect
in your gasoline, increase
your inspection of the fuel system, visually checking
for leaks or abnormalities.
Run engine at least 5 minutes af-
ter adding stabilizer to allow the stabilizer to reach the
You do not have to drain the fuel tank for
if you are using fuel stabilizer.
Use SEARS ULTRA PREMIUM
2- Cycle Outboard Oil.
Sears Ultra Premium Certified TC-W3 Outboard
Oil is a high grade oil that provides increased lu-
brication and extra resistance to carbon buildup
when used with good or varying grades of gaso-
Periodically consult with your Sears store to get the
latest gasoline and oil recommendations.
Oil is not available,
substitute a 2
Cycle outboard manufacturer's oil or another brand of
2-Cycle outboard oil that is NMMA Certified TC-W3
The use of an inferior 2-Cycle oil can re-
duce engine durability. Damage from use of an inferi-
or oil may not be covered under the limited warranty.
USE a 25:1 (4%) gasoline/oil
mixture for the first 12
of fuel during break-in
fuel mixture is used up, a 50:1 (2%) gasoline/oil
ture may be used. Follow the table below for mixing
GASOLINE/OIL MIXING RATIO CHART
5 fl. oz.
(148 ml) OIL
3 fl. oz.
( 89 ml)OIL
(473 ml) OIL
(237 ml) OIL
32 fl. oz.
(473 ml) OIL
Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable alternative
ing the formation of fuel gum deposits during storage.
Add stabilizer to gasoline in fuel tank or storage con-
Always follow the fuel mix ratio found on the