When I was Younger, I Flipped two different Flatacraft Force 4s, one either way. Both belonged to my Father, the second of which I inherited.
Going over backwards is one of those slow motion moments.
Rolling sideways is Bloody Scary, violent, and happens very quickly.
Don't want to do either again.
On both occations the windscreens were ripped off, but being Force 4s the boats were flipped back over again very quickly.
Both times the engine restarted after checking for water in the pots by whipping out the plugs and turning it over slowly.
The first was a 1970's Chrysler 35HP, second a 1980's Suzuki 40HP.
Both were OK after a service and plenty of misting Oil. Probably due to them being older Carb models with little or no Electronics. The Trim/Tilt relays on the Suzuki played up months later though.
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