The new F75 fills an important place within the Australian line up, delivering the perfect power option for the huge number of Aussie built boats rated to a maximum of 75 horsepower. Not only does this engine sit in a popular part of the market, it also delivers many new advantages that make F75 quite exceptional.
The F75 is equipped with a four-cylinder 16-valve in-line SOHC 1.8L engine, bigger displacement than the previous generation 1.5L engine it replaces. Most impressively the bigger F75 weighs in close to 10kgs lighter than the old engine. This remarkable achievement means improved performance, and better balance when fitted on hulls in this category.
The F75 is based on the F115B’s four-cylinder power unit. The F75’s reduction in weight and improved compactness is achieved by adopting a single overhead camshaft design (SOHC), actuating four valves per cylinder. This unique valve train design was first seen in Yamaha’s award-winning F70A, one of the most popular engines in Australia. This design allows the F75 to achieve the weight savings of a single camshaft while still achieving the smooth and efficient performance only seen in 16 valve, four-cylinder engine of this size.
This lightweight powerhead configuration, refined shaping of the combustion chamber and lean fuel burn technology utilised at mid-range speeds, allows the F75 to deliver exceptional fuel efficiency.
The new F75 delivers a 10% improvement in fuel economy compared with the previous generation engine. The F75 is not only extremely fuel efficient it’s also exceptionally smooth and quiet. Noise has been reduced through improved engine unit rigidity, muffler redesign as well as addition of an intake silencer.
The F75 is compatible with Yamaha’s comprehensive range of command link digital gauges, with options of both basic back-lit LCD and premium full colour displays. The engine is also NMEA2000 compatible allowing the F75 to share information with third party multi-function displays, GPS and fish finders.
The amount of engine development and innovation that can be found in Yamaha’s mid-range outboards is truly unique, and the new F75 strengthens Yamaha’s product offering across this range. Yamaha has not resorted to a “one size fits all” style engine platform to minimize production costs. Not only does Yamaha have a class leading outboard motor in each horsepower category, Yamaha also produces the most diverse range of engine platforms within these horsepower categories. This reflects Yamaha’s focus on delivering customer driven innovation to the marine marketplace. Each engine platform has been tailor-made to satisfy the individual requirements of customers and their boats. Within Yamaha’s range, there is no need for Australian skippers to compromise when it comes to selecting a power option.
The all-new F75 neatly shares the same installation mounting holes as other outboards of similar sizes, making for an easy switch from a two-stroke, or other brands to the latest generation Yamaha four-stroke engine.
General Features and highlights:
Price does not include:
|Engine Type||4-stroke, 4-cylinder, 16-valves, SOHC|
|Bore x Stroke||81.0 x 88.9mm|
|Recommended Max RPM||6100RPM|
|Alternator Output||35 Amp|
|Trim & Tilt Method||Power trim & tilt|
|Digital Network Gauges with Fuel Management||Optional|
|Gear Ratio||2.15 : 1|
|Engine Oil Capacity||3.2L / 3.0L with/without oil filter exchange|
|Fuel Type||Regular Unleaded|
|Scavenging||Single Over Head Camshaft|
|Previous model/code||New model!|
CDI-E: CDI-Electronic Automatic
TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition
Prices do not include fitting or accessories where applicable.
It is a Yamaha Australia stipulation that all Yamaha Outboards be fitted and personally delivered by the selling Yamaha outboard dealership.
Yamaha Finance options are available!
Please call Gold Coast Boating Centre to discuss this package further. We are located at 64 Kortum Drive, Burleigh Heads QLD - 07 5576 7388