DF115A - DF140A


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DF115A - DF140A - 1


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Maximizing Fuel Economy, Maximizing Performance Suzuki engineers have delivered a pair of outboards that offer great fuel economy without sacrificing on performance and employ advanced technologies that Suzuki has pioneered over the last decade. The DF140A and DF115A incorporate the Suzuki Lean Burn System—the same system that has been delivering remarkable fuel economy on Suzuki Lean Burn Control System Suzuki’s award winning flagship, the DF300AP/DF250AP , as Recognizing a need for more fuel-efficient outboards, Suzuki developed and introduced its innovative Suzuki Lean Burn Control...

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Suzuki has a long history of designing and manufacturing engines for motorcycle, automobile, and marine use. Drawing upon this unrivaled experience Suzuki engineers have designed an in-line four-cylinder engine that delivers high power output, high performance, excellent fuel economy, and efficient operation. With a displacement of 124.7 cu.in. (2,044cm3), the in-line four-cylinder block is topped with a high performance 16-valve, dual overhead cam (DOHC) powerhead. Obtaining Maximum Performance employed a two-stage system that provides the required torque without adding unwanted bulk or...

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Trim and Tilt Limit System The trim and tilt limit system is designed to help protect the boat from damage that can occur when tilting the outboard. A tilt angle sensor performs as both a tilt limit and trim sender and a step-free, continuous type tilt limiter makes installation of the outboard possible on nearly any type of boat. Suzuki Anti Corrosion Finish Suzuki's Anti Corrosion Finish is specially formulated to increase the durability of the engine and help protect parts of the outboard's aluminum exterior. This advanced finish is designed for maximum bonding of the finish to the...

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A word from Suzuki engineers Tomohiko Miyaki Tomohiko Miyaki In charge of Electronic Component Design. Suzuki Employee for 20 years. Our trim sensor integrates the functions of both the trim sender and the tilt limit switch. We also reduced vibrations that occur in the lower trim range to provide greater operating comfort. Placement of the sensors was determined after analyzing strength of the nearby parts. When placing sensors such as the O2 sensor, knock sensor, etc., we looked at operating conditions within the engine room and ran simulations to test proper and reliable function. Knock...

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All Suzuki Marine catalogs and brochures

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Archived catalogs

  1. DF250SS

    8 Pages

  2. DF2.5

    2 Pages

  3. DF9.9/8

    2 Pages

  4. DF15/9.9

    8 Pages

  5. DF25

    2 Pages

  6. DF50/40

    8 Pages

  7. DF60

    2 Pages

  8. DF90/80/70

    4 Pages

  9. DF115/90

    8 Pages

  10. DF140

    8 Pages

  11. DF175/150

    8 Pages

  12. DF225/200

    8 Pages

  13. DF250

    12 Pages

  14. DF300

    6 Pages