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Old 18 June 2016, 01:22   #1
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Suzuki df15 1998

How do I know how much oil to put into the engine? Is there a dipstick or something? (I havent looked yet and dont have a manual)

Also does anyone know what size prop would have come as standard?

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Old 18 June 2016, 03:11   #2
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Yes filler plug and dipstick... about 1l for a change... possibly just over if filter swapped as well.

Props available 7"-11" pitch... 9" or 10" usually supplied with a new engine.

Is this for the Aerotec 420?
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Old 18 June 2016, 16:37   #3
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Found it and all looking good, very clean oil.

Actually bought it as an aux for the rib when I fabricate a mount for it (well, have one made), but it can double up for the 420 as it is a ls. That depends on splash though. I may be better running a ss on it, thats what the guy I bought it off did with no issues. Could even chop a bit out of 420 transom to make it perfect height, but need some test runs
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