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Old 21 April 2006, 14:44   #1
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selva 80 hp impellor

hi does any one know where i can get a impellor to fit my engine, also wot the recomended gap is for the spark plugs. does any one else have a selva engine wot dou you think about them. cheers andy
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Old 21 April 2006, 15:52   #2
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I believe a Yamaha impellor will fit a Selva. Someone else should be able to confirm this.....
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Old 25 April 2006, 06:19   #3
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Selva 80 h.p. impeller

You can order spares via the Selva web site www.selvamarine.co.uk

Except for the 5, 6 & 7.5 h.p. models the Selva Four-stroke range 4 to 115 h.p. are totally Yamaha Models with the Selva name on the hood .... however as Selva don't include the 80 h.p. four-stroke in their range you must have a 2T model. ...Spark plug gap is 0.6mm

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Old 25 April 2006, 11:45   #4
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thanks for info mike any more tips or info on selva engine , from wot i can make out its a commercial outboard engine but with ptt fitted plus electric start.but no auto lube.
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I know the 100hp HAS got auto lube, with an external oil tank. Could be the same with the 80??

As for what I think of them....noisey (had experiance with the 35 and 100 2-stroke)
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i have the Selva 35hp only 6 months old, i dont find it noisey. Its a basic engine with no fancy extras ( i even have to mix the oil myself!) but it does whats asked of it and is economical - went from bangor to portpatric + back on one 23 litre tank.
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i have the Selva 35hp only 6 months old, i dont find it noisey. Its a basic engine with no fancy extras ( i even have to mix the oil myself!) but it does whats asked of it and is economical - went from bangor to portpatric + back on one 23 litre tank.
The one I had wasnt very new, but it was noisier than my Mariner 40.
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Selva 80 h.p.

Avon5.4 Confirm early Selva engines were pre-mix Models only. However, from 1994, engines above 40 h.p. used the OMC VRO Auto Lube system with the external oil tank. From 2002 Selva fit mechanical oil pump system similar to Yamaha instead of the VRO system but again only on 2T models from 40 h.p. upwards including the LPDFI models. This system has an internal tank under the hood.

Your 80 h.p. pre-mix model with PT was probably manufactured in the late 1980s or early 1990s - however, if you remove the engine hpod there is a series number (1000) and engine number stamped into the cylinder block - you need to quote these numbers when ordering parts so you could also request the date of manufacture.
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