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What’s the difference between an outboard boat and an inboard boat?

Outboard motors for a boat are developed as an easily removed self-contained unit with engine, subsidiary systems, and propeller, designed to be mounted at the stern (rear) of the craft. They are the most common motorized method of propelling small water-craft. Outboard motors benefit from the ability to draw coolant from the water, eliminating the need for radiators and cooling fans, thereby simplifying the design and lowering component weight. Read the rest of this entry

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