I just bought a Wizard outboard with a number of ESK-6632A-08. The tag says Western Auto Supply in Kansas City, MO. The previous owner claims he bought it in 1980. It is 5 hp. It has an internal fuel tank.
I would like to have some idea of what fuel mixture I would use for this as it didn't come with an owners manual.
Your Wizard was made by Eska, and they were meant to run on 24:1 (although you might be able to get away with 32:1).
Was wondering if anyone knew the year of this particular model number. I just purchased a boat that came with one with the same model number and I am needing a carburetor bowl and build kit.
That model is an Eska motor made in 1980, so the rebuild kits are available on eBay.
The power head is made by Tecumseh. there should be a tag on the side bolts of the motor with a number on it. let us know what that number is and I probably can direct you to parts sources and exploded engine diagrams should you need it.
You will need a manual to rebuild the carburetor correctly. the pump diaphragm has to go in at a 45 deg angle to pump right. Here are 2 mechanics manuals that should cover carburetors:
Here's a third from Tecumseh:
It also has an impeller that cools the exhaust portion of the leg. The impeller number on yours is ES 1001. I believe you should see water spattering out the exhaust port if working correctly if not, see about getting a new one. Some Eskas had a water pipe to pee a stream out the side to show a working impeller, but probably not on yours.
Check with Eskaman2008 on eBay to see what impeller would be a match for yours. I think he has the best price and knows a lot about Eska motors and might know what will fit a wizard/Eska.
Good luck with yours. I'm rebuilding my Eska 9.9 this morning with an eBay kit.