Want to have a Frankenstein motor that looks like a harmless little old Wizard Super 10? I mounted one of my Mark 28H motors under the hood. The 4 photos show how I connect the throttle, make the original throttle lever into the timing advance and how to hook up the steering. Needed to swiss cheese the front of the lower cowl in order to get air into the carb. At right is a shot of this motor run at the Sheldon, CT meet in '06.
Want to see my other turbo fishing motor? Mark 28H
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