Arresting Flame Development

All inboard and inboard/outboards have a backfire flame arrester atop the air intake. You can't tell it from an air cleaner by looking at the outside, but there's a series of fine metal or other nonflammable grids inside. These block any ignited gases that "backfire" from inside the firing chamber from escaping back up into the engine compartment. This will be in place when you buy the boat, but don't get the idea of improving performance by removing it; this makes your boat both illegal and dangerous.

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