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Question No Name 2 HP 2 Stroke Outboard

Does anyone have any experience with, or knowledge of these outboards available on fleabay? Good / Bad / indifferent...

(yes, I know that they are not for sale in CA.)

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It just dawned on me that the tiller handle is backwards... I assume that it can be flipped over.
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Looks suspiciously like a 'modernized' Japanese "Cruise 'n Carry".

I suggest that its made by Shindaiwa Ltd. the mfg. of the CnC. (or a copy-cat) as it has all the common elements of the original Shindaiwa design, although somewhat modernized.
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Their ebay ad is interesting. I have no knowledge of these engines, but my gut tells me that they are reliable and have excellent customer support.
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If there brochure has the handle on backwards...
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If there brochure has the handle on backwards...
I was kinda thinking the same thing ..... but, it really probably shows the tiller handle being swung around for reverse motoring.
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probably comes with a template for chainsawing a hole in the hull just ahead of the transom...
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Maybe it's a puller and not a pusher?
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Can't be worse than the other outboards on the market.marc
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