03-29-2018 04:41 - edited 03-29-2018 04:44
It is unlikely that the injectors are faulty, my guess is they had internal corrosion and/or stale fuel deposits restricting the flow.
With an engine that is about 11 years old but only has about 110 hours. it must have sat unused for long periods of time. That equates to only 10 hours of use per year. Stale fuel deposits and possible corrosion probably built up in the lower injectors over time - moisture sinks to the lowest point both in the gas tank and in the engine's fuel system. That is normally why you hear of the bottom 2 cylinders having problems on engines with very little usage.
If you had a different brand of motor and the fuel system was fouled by stale gasoline or moisture, the other company would not give any consideration at all to an 11 year old motor.
You may want to contact Evinrude and plead your case, though. Include the serial number with your email.
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