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My boat and motor sits low in the back.
Yesterday due to river and wind conditions and rpms I was running, water was pretty high up the back of the motor.
So my question is how much of an issue can this be when running slow speeds or slowing down?
What would happen if the motor stalled under these conditions?
Would the water enter the motor and destroy it?


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Probably not. It pretty tough to get water in the cylinders in that manner in my experience.
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