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The New DF50AVTL is designed with a “High Energy Rotation” lower unit sporting a 2.42:1 gear ration, which enables this new model to use a bigger 14″ propeller – perfect for powering pontoon boats and other large, heavy craft. This mid-range engine is also designed with Lean Burn Fuel Control System, which adjusts the air/fuel mixture according to operating conditions. The system significantly improves fuel efficiency across the operating range, from low speeds well up into the cruising range. New DF50AVTL model is also available with the optional Suzuki Troll Mode System.
- Transom Height – L: 20 (in)
- Starting System – Electric
- Weight – L: 253 (LBS)
- Engine Type – DOHC 12-Valve
- Fuel Delivery System – Multi Point Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection
- Piston Displacement – 57.4 (941) (cc)
- Bore x Stroke – 2.85 x 2.99 (72.5 x 76)
- Max Horse Power – 50HP
- Operating Range – 5300 – 6300 (RPM)
- Steering – Remote (Tiller Kit Optional)
- Oil Pan Capacity – 2.9 (2.7) (L)
- Ignition System – Solid State Direct Ignition
- Trim Position – Power Trim and Tilt
- Gear Ratio – 2.42:1
- Standard Propeller – Not Included
HIGH ENERGY ROTATION
The DF60AV/50AV are high thrust versions of the standard DF60A/50A featuring Suzuki’s High Energy Rotation system. These outboards are equipped with lower units based on those found on the DF140A, specially engineered with a large 2.42 gear ratio that turns a bigger 14-inch prop. The system delivers a 42% increase in forward thrust and 136% in reverse providing the propulsion you need for moving heavy boats.* This design gives you more precise control when maneuvering, superior low speed handling, better hole shots, and plenty of power to move and maneuver with a heavy load. As you would expect, being from Suzuki, both of these outboards are designed from the ground up to be compact and lightweight. And when compared to other high thrust models in their respective power classes, each takes the title for being both the lightest and most compact.
*2:Thrust was statically measured using a stationary test boat running forward at 3,500rpm and reverse at 3,200rpm. Data was obtained through in-house testing under uniformed conditions. Results will vary depending upon operating conditions (boat design, size, weight, propeller size, weather, etc.)
***Also Available in 25″ Extra Long Leg, call for details