Had my first outing in my newly aquired SR4 earlier in the week and found couple of issues you may be able to help with.
Mariner 60 2 Stroke: Starts easily from cold (with an initial touch of fast idle). Happily ticks over in neutral, not too smokey and seems nice and smooth.
On muffs, allow to warm up, stick it in gear, low revs and all seems well.
In water, allow to warm up, stick it in gear and it stalls.
Having stalled it needs a big lift on the fast idle to fire up again. Stick it in gear before the fast idle revs drop off and its fine, off we go.
Im thinking idle revs needs increasing slightly? Before I get me tools out, any other suggestions?
Other issue is a real tendancy for the boat to pull left at about 50% throttle. Its easily corrected but took some getting used to, I'm thinking the boat is over powered and it feels like the prop is trying to steer, similar sensation to torque steer on a front wheel drive car.
Once up and running there is slight wobble left to right, corrected by lifting the prop slightly and reducing revs a little. Again could this be due to over powering the boat and/or a motor thats physically too big & heavy?