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    Salt Water Care

    dnuts69dnuts69 USAMember Posts: 3
    I have a F200XB Yamaha and I want to use it a little in salt water. Besides flushing after using it is there anything else I should do? Is this engine cooled other then the salt water? 


    • chicy724chicy724 Member Posts: 9
      You can run a little salt away through it with an attachment also. I believe this is a periodic thing and not an every time thing. 
    • amayaroseamayarose Member Posts: 12 ✭✭
      I live in Hawaii and run my boat exclusively in salt water.  I use salt away every time on everything.   Motor, inside boat, trailer, truck.  Basically everything that the salt water touches.   Cheap insurance to make sure no issues ever arise.  
    • dnuts69dnuts69 USAMember Posts: 3

      Thank for all the advise

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