2013 Yamaha F200 In-Line 4 - F200

2013 Yamaha F200 In-Line 4 - F200
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Johnson Outboard Store
: 2013-10-17 04:47:00
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Description Of 2013 Yamaha F200 In-Line 4 - F200

2013 Yamaha F200 In-Line 4 - F200 Specificaton & Trade Terms

ModelF200
Place Of OriginIndonesia
Price Term10592.84
Payment TermT/T,paypal,L/C
Minimum Order1
Delivery Time7 DAY
Yamaha's new four-cylinder, four-stroke F200 is the lightest 200-hp four stroke on the market! It can easily replace lower horsepower four-cylinder outboards and thereby increase the performance of mid-sized boats. At the same time, when used in twin applications, the new F200 can dramatically reduce overall weight on the transom.

ENGINE
Engine Type In-Line Four-Cylinder
Displacement 2785cc (163.0 ci)
Bore & Stroke 96 x 96.2mm (3.78 x 3.79in)
RPM Range 5,000 - 6,000
Compression Ratio 10.3:1
Induction System EFI (DOHC)
Alternator Output 50 Amps
Fuel Delivery Multi-point electronic fuel injection
Starting Electric w/PTT
Ignition TCI Microcomputer
Lubrication Wet sump
Degree of Trim/Tilt -3 through +16
Exhaust Through Propeller
Cooling Thermostatic Control
Gear Shift F/N/R
Gear Ratio 26:14 (1.86:1)
FUEL & LUBRICATION
Recommended Fuel Unleaded Gasoline (Minimum Pump Octane 89)
Recommended Oil Yamalube 4-M
Oil Capacity 4.5L/4.3L w/without filter
DIMENSIONS
Shaft Length 20" - 25"
Dry Weight 221kg (487lb)


LIGHT WEIGHT & COMPACT

The new F200 is the lightest 200-hp four stroke available. It is up to 119 lbs lighter than Yamaha's V6 F200. It weighs just 14 pounds more than Yamaha's two-stroke 200 HPDI outboard.


ACCELERATION

Like its Yamaha V6 Offshore siblings, the four-cylinder F200 is equipped with Yamaha's (VCT) Variable Camshaft Timing System, which helps the outboard deliver quick acceleration and a strong midrange punch.


POWERFUL

The 2.8-liter, 16-valve DOHC powerhead breathes easy and responds quickly. Its valve train design is sophisticated, yet proven by millions of hours of use. The F200 has the most favorable power-to-weight ratio of any four-stroke 200-hp outboard.


EFFICIENCY

It's normally aspirated for less complexity and better fuel economy. Some competitor's outboards require 92 octane fuel to develop 200 hp. The F200 runs best on 89 octane.

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