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Suzuki unveils new outboards

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Suzuki Motor of America unveiled two new lightweight and fuel-efficient outboard motors. DF200A and DF200AP are four-stroke outboard motors with maximum output of 147kW (200PS) by upgrading the intake system and increasing the compression ratio. It increases high fuel-efficiency with the Suzuki Lean Burn Control System.


In addition, DF200AP has the Suzuki Selective Rotation to integrate both regular and counter rotations of a propeller. The control system has been changed from conventional mechanical cable to electronically controlled Suzuki Precision Control (electronic throttle and shift systems) for quick-responding throttle control and smooth gear operation.


Suzuki plans to produce DF200A from October 2014 and DF200AP from February 2015 at its Toyokawa Plant, and start their sales worldwide including North America and Europe.


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