Yamaha Outboard Boat Motors
Yamaha Outboard Boat Motors
- Engine Type
- Inline 4
- Bore x Stroke
- 3.78 x 3.79 in. (96 x 96.2 mm)
- Shaft Length
- 20 in.
- 480 lb. (218 kg)
- Propshaft Horsepower
- 175 HP
- Full Throttle Operating Range
- 5000 ~ 6000 rpm
- Gear Ratio / Shift
- 1.86:1 / Forward, Neutral, Reverse
- Fuel Induction
- 50 Amp
- Limited 3-year Pleasure, 3-year Government, 1-Year Commercial
IN-LINE 4 175 hp
The F175 is 30 pounds lighter than
its closest 1.7-liter competitor,
but it still delivers breathtaking
acceleration, midrange punch and
impressively smooth performance.
It’s compatible with either mechanical
controls or digital controls.
Compatible with mechanical controls
or digital Command Link Plus or Helm Master EX controls
Only 483 pounds (20” shaft model)
Available in 20” or 25” shafts
A 50-amp alternator to power an
array of onboard electronics
Weight refers to shortest shaft length, and is measured without motor oil,
gearcase oil and propeller (except models 25 hp and under,
which include a standard propeller). All Jet model weights include
the jet pump assembly (weight estimated).
Need to power something with a 20-inch transom and need more than 150 horsepower? Do you need very high performance and light weight along with all the benefits of four-stroke power, including clean, quiet operation and great fuel efficiency? The Yamaha V MAX SHO 175 is the solution with all the benefits you need!
Smooth & efficient: The VF175 is super smooth and powerful, thanks to advanced double overhead cams, four valves per cylinder and counterbalance shafts. It’s also extremely fuel efficient, delivering 30-to-40 per cent better fuel efficiency than a carbureted two stroke.
Additional space: Efficient use of space is another benefit. The V MAX SHO 175 does not require carrying two-stroke oil. There’s no need for an oil tank, which means more room for batteries, tackle or storage in the boat.
Easy rigging: Thanks to mechanical control, the outboard offers easy rigging. You can equip it with your choice of analog, 6Y5 digital or Command Link gauges.
Decide on the horsepower needed
Higher the horsepower, the faster you go. Well yes, you will also be higher on the fuel, equipment, and control. Also, your boat comes with maximum horsepower capacity for a reason. It’s intended to keep you and your passengers safe.
Higher the horsepower you select the more is the cost. So unless you are participating in any competition or any such specific reason it is very important to see the overall cost.
Consider the boat size
Before you decide the size of the outboard boat motors you want to buy, it is necessary to figure out the size of your boat.
Your boat possesses all the information as to how many passengers can go safely. This information can be used to identify the motor size you would require.
The horsepower rating furnished on your boat can be used as a base guide. Of course the more the number of people as many horsepower you would require.
Always consider the overall cost when it comes to choosing the outboard motors you require. This is not just limited to the price of the motor itself.
A well-versed advisor can help you decide upon the size of your boat and the motor you will require. With every motor, you are adding more and more weight to your boat.
If there is any kind of imbalance between the weights of your outboard motors they will ruin the fuel efficiency of your boat. You would be spending more than you need on fuel.
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