Impeller - Tohatsu

Impeller Tohatsu 345-65021-0
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$22.99

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Impeller Tohatsu 345-65021-0

676-9-45400

Impeller
Replaces: Tohatsu 345-65021-0
Fits: 25-40
>Impellers have no large blades to turn so they can spin at much higher speeds than propellers. The water forced through the impeller is channeled by the housing, creating a water jet that propels the vessel forward. The housing is normally tapered into a nozzle to increase the speed of the water, which also creates a Venturi effect (The Venturi effect is the reduction in fluid pressure that results when a fluid flows through a constricted section of pipe.) in which low pressure behind the impeller pulls more water towards the blades, tending to increase the speed.


Impeller Tohatsu 3B2-650211
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$17.99

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Impeller Tohatsu 3B2-650211

676-9-45401

Impeller
Replaces: Tohatsu 3B2-650211
Fits: 8 / 9.8 hp

Impellers have no large blades to turn so they can spin at much higher speeds than propellers. The water forced through the impeller is channeled by the housing, creating a water jet that propels the vessel forward. The housing is normally tapered into a nozzle to increase the speed of the water, which also creates a Venturi effect (The Venturi effect is the reduction in fluid pressure that results when a fluid flows through a constricted section of pipe.) in which low pressure behind the impeller pulls more water towards the blades, tending to increase the speed.


Impeller Tohatsu 3C7-65021-1
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$39.99

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Impeller Tohatsu 3C7-65021-1

676-9-45402

Impeller
Replaces: Tohatsu 3C7-65021-1 / 3B7-65021-2
Fits: 70-90 HP & 120-140 HP 2-Stroke

Impellers have no large blades to turn so they can spin at much higher speeds than propellers. The water forced through the impeller is channeled by the housing, creating a water jet that propels the vessel forward. The housing is normally tapered into a nozzle to increase the speed of the water, which also creates a Venturi effect (The Venturi effect is the reduction in fluid pressure that results when a fluid flows through a constricted section of pipe.) in which low pressure behind the impeller pulls more water towards the blades, tending to increase the speed.