Have recently bought a boat with a 2007 115hp Evinrude e-tec.
Have to move the throttle quite far berfore the rpm increases.
With the throttle in fully forward position the rpm is 5100. according to the book the max rpm is suppose to be between 5800-6000.
Would love som comments on how to adjust the rpm
09-16-2019 07:08 - edited 09-16-2019 07:24
The throttle roller is missing on your motor. Make sure when everything is assembled, that the roller is not touching the cam when at idle. There should be a small gap between the roller and the cam to make sure the throttle is completely closed for starting the motor.
|0432639||ROLLER, Cam follower|
|0324678||O-RING. Throttle cam roller|
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Thank you for your quick observations, will order parts as soon as i figure out who has them in stock (in Norway)
No wonder the engine acts the way it does..
Thanks again BluewaterBill