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I'd like to get a manual for my outboard so I have a vague idea of what is going on with it. Runs great now but would like to know where to check what etc.

Its a Yamaha 60hp 2 stroke, it has a plate on it with 1998 which I assume is year of manufacture? Nominal power 44.1kw, Mass 96-106kg, Model 99 and 6H2-84. I've googled those numbers and not come up with much. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

 

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Adam

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14 minutes ago, Andy135 said:

Try here: https://yamahaoutboards.com/en-us/home/owner-resources/all/owners-manuals

Edit: actually, scratch that - it only goes back as far as 2006. Hold on - will see what else I can find.

is it the same a mariner/mecury becouse i ha a w/shop manuel

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Sorry Adam. I'm drawing a blank on this. I've got as far as it being a 60F 6H2 engine of some description but your serial plate doesn't match any of the usual Yamaha configurations online. They usually have the serial number in the uppermost white box. I can't work out whether the 1998 is a year or a 4 digit serial number.

Have a look here for an example: https://www.perfprotech.com/blog/yamaha-outboards/yamaha-outboard-serial-number-location-and-model-identification

You could also spend some time going through the permutations on the Yamaha publications site here: https://www.yamahapubs.com/. I had a quick look and they  list three different types of 2 stroke 60hp outboard model made in 1998, none of which seem to relate to a 60F engine. Not sure if any of them matches your engine though.

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On 10/22/2020 at 12:51 AM, Andy135 said:

Sorry Adam. I'm drawing a blank on this. I've got as far as it being a 60F 6H2 engine of some description but your serial plate doesn't match any of the usual Yamaha configurations online. They usually have the serial number in the uppermost white box. I can't work out whether the 1998 is a year or a 4 digit serial number.

Have a look here for an example: https://www.perfprotech.com/blog/yamaha-outboards/yamaha-outboard-serial-number-location-and-model-identification

You could also spend some time going through the permutations on the Yamaha publications site here: https://www.yamahapubs.com/. I had a quick look and they  list three different types of 2 stroke 60hp outboard model made in 1998, none of which seem to relate to a 60F engine. Not sure if any of them matches your engine though.

I seen to remember that that the 6E9 models were badged mercs......

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2 hours ago, Andy135 said:

@LostPiker, did you get anywhere with finding a workshop manual in the end?

I think that Zook should be hanging his head in shame for not having a copy of this on his shelf, next to his Razle collection. He told me he once was in the ‘one for the ladies’ section in 1982. 

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14 minutes ago, JonC said:

I think that Zook should be hanging his head in shame for not having a copy of this on his shelf, next to his Razle collection. He told me he once was in the ‘one for the ladies’ section in 1982. 

Quality high brow reading material Jon. 

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1 hour ago, GPSguru said:

I seen to remember that that the 6E9 models were badged mercs......

Nope, 6E9's were Yams 🤪

 

57 minutes ago, JonC said:

I think that Zook should be hanging his head in shame for not having a copy of this on his shelf, next to his Razle collection. He told me he once was in the ‘one for the ladies’ section in 1982. 

Jon, clearly a sign of your mispent childhood. Had you attended school more often you would know Razzle is spelt with 2 zeds..... You would also know the year was 86, and you would also know that Mayfair and Escort was where it was at, and maybe Fiesta at a push...... Kinda makes ya wonder why ford named cars after porno mags eh?

I did find a 6E9 manual online when I wasw doing mine, will see if its on the "works" computer

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31 minutes ago, suzook12 said:

Nope, 6E9's were Yams

 

Hmm ..... I remember something about the 6E9, perhaps it was the other way around and Mariner used the 6E9 in some of their outboards .............

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On 10/20/2020 at 3:14 PM, LostPiker said:

 

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I think you may be looking at the wrong info plate (that is the EU CE plate) ..................... look at this thread on 'Hull Truth' ............

I think you need to look on the clamshell bracket (outboard mounting) .............https://www.thehulltruth.com/boating-forum/582266-yamaha-30-hp-outboard-cant-find-model-listed-anywhere.html

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