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Old 23 January 2015, 07:54   #1
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2011 Evinrude 75 ETEC

Well i have just won a 2011 Evinrude 75 ETEC on ebay and I think I have had it for a steal of a price. It was advertised as spares/repair as although running, it had electrical problems.

The guy worked in a boat yard up in Scotland and this engine came with a hull that he was buying, he said it was too high a HP for him as he was a crab fisherman and the permit was too expensive, so wanted shot of it.

Its not charging the battery at the moment and the engine check light and buzzer is going off, the local dealer has pulled the codes and it says somthing about a 55v circuit is too high. Done a bit of reaseach and i believe this is the EMM board.

It still runs and starts fine in the test tank just it has these electrical issues.

I only paid 1300 for it which i am still amazed how cheap it was, mechanically seems fine with good compression, injectors are all tested/working.

Obviously when its this cheap you suspect stolen, but he was happy to supply the engine numbers and it came with everything and 2 keys plus a history of where he bought it from.

What is the going price for a 2011 ETEC?, must be 4k all day long?

Even if i end up replacing the EMM, i think its a winner, plus this will sit lovely on the back of my Rib! Goodbye to my Merc carb 2 stroke!! :P Hello next gen 2stroke
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Old 23 January 2015, 07:59   #2
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My bet is on the EMM....

1300 is a good price, if it all ends badly i bed you could sell the parts for about the same.
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Old 23 January 2015, 08:14   #3
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I have priced up the parts, a new stator is $250 and an EMM is $850, not sure in 's just yet as all the sites were quoting in dollars.

Although a defective stator i would imagine would cause havoc with the onboard electricals throwing out the incorrect voltage, so will change that first and see how i get on.

Is it true that i cant fit a 2nd hand EMM from another engine of the same year, i read somthing about it being tuned to the individual injectors or somthing, but from working on injected car engines for years, that seems ridiculous.

Any info would be appreciated
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Old 23 January 2015, 08:15   #4
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if its just the EMM, then you could be in luck, make sure the rest if its ok (compression, gearbox etc)...

As Steve said its worth what you paid all day in parts alone.
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Sounds like the EMM, about 1k to replace, give or take. Usually caused by dodgy battery connections or isolator. If the battery is disconnected or has a poor connection with the engine running, it pops the charging cct in the EMM. Give Mike Vincent at South Coast Marine a call he'll give you a good price for a replacement. If you have an engine report, post it up & let's take a look.
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Old 23 January 2015, 08:20   #6
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Yes i have got the engine report here, let me post it up.
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Ohh the stator and fly wheel!! Read my other post -> e-tec with reduced power

My issue was low voltage, 55 Volt Below Range

I found Liverpool Power Boats brilliant for ordering parts, most parts next day and cheaper than other dealers on down south.

I have EV Daig if you need any help in the future with codes.
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I have priced up the parts, a new stator is $250 and an EMM is $850, not sure in 's just yet as all the sites were quoting in dollars.

Although a defective stator i would imagine would cause havoc with the onboard electricals throwing out the incorrect voltage, so will change that first and see how i get on.

Is it true that i cant fit a 2nd hand EMM from another engine of the same year, i read somthing about it being tuned to the individual injectors or somthing, but from working on injected car engines for years, that seems ridiculous.

Any info would be appreciated

Posts crossed. You can't just transplant another EMM from a similar engine, you have to programme in the injector co-efficients. Each individual injector has a unique set of parameters that have to be programmed into the EMM. It's not as complicated as it sounds & takes about 1/2 an hour with the laptop. You basically copy the data from the old EMM & load it into the new one. If you get an engine report, it will tell you straight away if it's the stator/EMM or both.
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Old 23 January 2015, 08:40   #9
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here are the pages from the report he game me prior to me picking it up












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Looks like its already had a new EMM?

Engine Hours - 221
EMM Hours - 8

I would check flywheel and stator....
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