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SUZUKI DF140A/115A/100A Lean Burn

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Product Info

4-STROKE Multi Point Sequential
Electronic Fuel Injection
MAXIMUM OUTPUT:
DF140A: 103 kW (140 PS)/6000 rpm
DF115A: 84.6 kW (115 PS)/5500 rpm
DF100A: 73.6 kW (100 PS)/5500 rpm
CYLINDERS:
In-line 4
DISPLACEMENT:
2044 cm3 (124.7 cu. in.)
SHAFT LENGTH:
L: 508 mm (20 in.)
X: 635 mm (25 in.)

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If an engine with performance is an essential part of your boating life, then you need our combination of quality, reliability and choice.

MAXIMISING FUEL ECONOMY AND PERFORMANCE
With the launch of the new generation DF140A, DF115A and DF100A, our engineers have delivered a trio of outboards that offer great fuel economy without sacrificing on performance. This has been achieved by employing our advanced Lean Burn Fuel Control System.

TRANSFERRING POWER INTO SPEED
Our in-line four cylinder outboards utilise aggressive gear ratios that enable these outboards to swing a larger prop. The combination of a large prop and lower gear ratio delivers plenty of torque, exhilarating acceleration and exciting top-end speed.

ALL TORQUE
With acceleration and manoeuvrability high on the list of priorities it is no surprise that the DF140, with its excellent power to weight ratio, was one of the models selected for use at the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games Sailing Regatta.

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
The DF140A, DF115A and DF100A include an O2 Sensor Feedback System that helps to keep emissions cleaner and more stable. In addition to this the DF140A and DF115A also benefit form a knock sensor that detects and controls abnormal combustion allowing the engine to operate at optimum performance.


CLEANER, MORE EFFICIENT OPERATION
Suzuki utilizes a number of its advanced technologies to deliver cleaner, more efficient operation that conforms to the Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) – Directive 2003/44EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, and has received three-star ratings from the California Air Resources Board (CARB).