1832cc 16-Valve SOHC Marine Engine
With its increased 1.8 litre capacity and single overhead camshaft, four-valve per cylinder design, the new F75 delivers improved acceleration and power-to-weight performance.
ECM Micro-Computer Control
This outboard is controlled by an advanced microprocessor Engine Control Module (ECM), which receives inputs from six major sensors located throughout the engine. This information is used to ensure the engine runs at peak performance, by delivering the right fuel/air mixture to each combustion chamber.
High Output Alternator
A 12-Volt 35-Amp high-output alternator ensures that power is always available to start the engine, even after long periods of idling or running at low revs. This not only provides extra starting power, but delivers sufficient power to run the wide array of on-board electronic devices used in modern boating.
Larger 81mm Cylinder Bore
The previous-generation F75 used a 79mm cylinder bore, in the next-generation F90 the cylinder bore size has been increased from 79mm to 81mm which provides more efficient power delivery. A larger valve has been used for increased transfer efficiency for both intake and exhaust.
The crankshaft design is offset by 5mm from the centre of the cylinder. This innovative design decreases internal friction and promotes a more efficient transfer of power to the crankshaft.
This engine features a new outer cowling design with an intake air drain system, to easily and efficiently drain away any water that enters the cowling during normal engine operation. Incoming air is routed through a labyrinth of passages that help trap and drain water before it enters the engine’s intake, for maximum reliability.
Single Bore Throttle Body
The 60mm wide single bore throttle intake minimises intake resistance and provides first-rate response for brisk-acceleration and high-speed operation.
Single-Ram Power Trim and Tilt Unit
The compact and light-weight single-ram power, trim and tilt (PTT) unit and bracket have been developed exclusively for this engine.
Variable Trolling Control
Yamaha’s variable trolling control allows the skipper to precisely adjust the engine’s idling speed from 550 to 1000 RPM in 50 RPM increments. The ability to finely tune the trolling speed allows fisherman to perfect their lure presentation when chasing different species of fish.