Recently bought a boat from these guys, was told my oil resvoir was hooked up and to be used. I've never had an oil injected motor. And I know ( alot of people by pass it) My first mistake was putting to much trust into this guy, because he is a boat mechanic. But I took his word for it. After taking it out the second time my oil sight still hadn't gone down, never having a oil injected motor before , I was obviously worried. I texted Chris, who assured me that the oil resvoir was working and should be used. So my third time taking the boat out, ran it for a few hours , got home and still looking at the oil sight that still doesn't look like it's moved. I took off the cowling , and looked under the oil resvoir, where I see my feed tube running into the middle of the motor, I grab it, and it wasn't hooked up, and it was actually zip tied closed. Now I do partly blame myself , although I am not very mechanical i should have grabbed at the tube prior , it looked like it was hooked up is what fooled me. I see all these reviews that say good things , but I wouldn't trust these guys. There defenently not boat mechanics, and what upsets me is that Chris actually told me if the motor blew up in a month he would buy it back. Which would happen if I continue to run my motor. I guess the main point to this review is just to make people aware that if your not mechanically savvy, and you buy a boat from these guys, make sure you take it straight to an actual boat mechanic, and don't take what they say seriously. All these good reviews I wish I had the same experience . How is a boat mechanic going to sell me a oil injected motor, and not tell me how to correctly apply the oil. After telling me he's been the one working on the motor past few years. He should have known how the engine was set up. They seemed nice and I was hoping to use them as my mechanics, I put to much trust into that.