For Sale Yamaha Four Stroke 300HP Outboard Engine


Address
351 Chapel Street
Houston, Texas 77001

Contact
825-862-6780




For Sale Yamaha Four Stroke 300HP Outboard Engine

This engine is not only powerful, but lightweight, due to its innovative plasma-fused sleeveless cylinders, which not only reduces weight but provides an increased engine capacity for improved power and performance. This engine also comes with Yamaha's top-end technologies including a 'drive-by-wire' electronic throttle for smooth and precise control.

Compatible with mechanical (25" shaft) or digital controls
Recommended fuel: 89 Octane
Shaft lengths available: 25", 30" and 35" (35" on F300 DEC only)
Alternator output: up to 70 amp

DESCRIPTIONS
Fuel Induction System:EFI
Starting System:Electric
Ignition System:TCI Microcomputer
Lubrication System:Wet Sump

MEASUREMENTS
Displacement:256 cid
Bore:3.78 in
Weight:562 lb
Weight Type:Dry
Stroke:3.78 in
Alternator Output:70 Volts

Purchase your choice of quality outboard engines at cheap and affordable price.

Contact for Purchase.

Marketing Manager: Rayhan Jafar Mikhail

Mail: [email protected]

Whatsapp Chat Number: +18258626780

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