Originally Posted by martini
So what happens to all the 2 stroke oil your engine uses then?!
"April 7, 2005
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awards BRP the prestigious Clean
Air Excellence Award for its Evinrude E-TEC technology. This is the first time an
outboard engine manufacturer receives the award, and it marks the start of the
environmental leadership BRP will show with the Evinrude E-TEC line."
"September 29, 2006
Evinrude E-TEC outboards that are 90-horsepower and below
are the first two-stroke engines to receive registration by the
Bodensee-Schiffahrts-Ordnung Commission, also known as
BSO (Lake Constance Nautical Regulations), for use on
Lake Constance, the pristine waters bordered by Germany,
Switzerland and Austria."
Obviously it's clean burned within the engine, unlike all that waste sump oil that "clean" 4 strokes have to get rid of every 50 hours or so