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Mate
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Registered: 3 weeks ago

gear case type

Hi

 

I have a etec 115 HO ,E115HGLAFF.

It have a nosecone water intake.

Does anyone know what kind of gear case this is ?.

 

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Magnus Andersson

Admiral
Posts: 5,735
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: gear case type

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That is a modified standard gearcase that has an add-on nosecone welded or bonded on. They then drill and tap for fittings and a water hose on the side of the gearcase.

 

It is not real common for a 115 HP unit, as nosecones are more often used for high speed V-6 rigs where the 'cone can allow the motor to run at a higher transom level and the extra length helps prevent blow-out over the OEM gearcase shape.

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Mate
Posts: 2
Registered: 3 weeks ago

Re: gear case type

Thank you for a fast answer.

 

Regards

Magnus Andersson