With the launch of its 150 and 175 horsepower 4-stroke outboards in 2006, Suzuki Marine proved once again that bigger isn’t only better – it’s lighter, stronger and faster, as well.
This proof comes in the form of a big-block in-line four cylinder design with the largest displacement (2867cc) of any 4-stroke, four-cylinder motor in this horsepower class, for low-end torque that powers heavy loads out of the hole and acceleration that keeps pulling right through wide-open throttle.
While this sort of performance won’t surprise boaters who have driven Suzuki 4-stroke outboards, they might be surprised that these big-block 4-strokes are lighter than any competitive 4-stroke. In fact, at 215 Kg (465 pounds), these high-tech motors weigh about the same as Suzuki’s previous 2-stroke 150-horsepower outboards.
|Shaft Length:||L:508 X:635 (mm)|
|Weight:||L:215.0 X:220.0 (kg)|
|Engine Type:||DOHC 16 Valve|
|Counter Rotation Model:||Available (X models only)|
|Fuel Delivery System:||Multi Point Sequential|
|Electronic Fuel Injection|
|No. of Cylinders:||4|
|Piston Displacement:||2,867 (cm3)|
|Bore x Stroke:||97 x 97 (m/m)|
|Maximum Output:||DF150: 110.0 (kW)|
|DF175: 129.0 (kW)|
|Full Throttle Operating Range:||5,500 – 6,100 (rpm)|
|Oil Pan Capacity:||8.0 (L)|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||–|
|Engine Mounting:||Shear Mount|
|Trim Method :||Power Trim and Tilt|
|Exhaust:||Through Prop Hub Exhaust|
|Propeller Selection (Pitch):||17” – 27”|