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Honda BF225K2XCA Outboard Motor 225 HP (Four Stroke)

  • Honda BF225K2XCA Outboard Motor 225 HP (Four Stroke)
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Product Description

Product Description

Features

* Large Displacement 3.5 Litre V6
* BLAST™: Gets the hull on plane faster.
* Lean Burn Control: Better fuel economy
* High Output Charging: on demand power for your accessories
* VTEC® technology: Smooth acceleration and power.
* NMEA 2000 compliance
* Dual Stage Induction: Breathing easier improves performance

Specifications

* Type : Outboard Motor
* Year : Current
* Model : 115-225 HP
* Model Number : BF225K2XCA
* Series : Four Stroke
* HP : 225
* Engine Type : 4-Stroke 60° V6
* Displacement : 3471cc (212 cubic inches)
* Bore Stroke : 89 x 93 mm (3.50 x 3.66 inches)
* Full Throttle RPM Range : 5000-6000 RPM
* HP Rating Propshaft : 225 HP @ 5500 RPM
* Induction Scavenging : SOHC VTEC
* Valvesper Cylinder : 4
* Fuel Delivery : Programmed Fuel Injection
* Starting System : Electric
* Lubrication : Wet Sump
* Cooling System : Water Cooled
* Battery Charging Power : 60 Amps (756 watts)
* Gear Ratio : 1.86
* Gear Shift : F-N-R
* Ignition System : Microcomputer Programmed
* Remote Control : Yes
* Power Tilt Trim : Yes
* Gear Case Rotation : Left
* Propeller : Optional
* Alternator : 90 Amps (1118 watts)
* Recommended Transom Height : (X) 635 mm/25"
* Dry Weight : (X) 272 kg - 599 lbs.


Warranty Information

True 5 Year Warranty

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