Outboard engine BF4-5gasolineboating4-stroke

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outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
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Characteristics

Type
outboard
Power source
gasoline
Market
boating
Other characteristics
4-stroke
Power

4 ch, 5 ch (4 hp)

Description

Quiet, dependable, and ready for fun. Everything you want in a portable outboard. Easy starting. Lightweight. Fuel efficient. Quiet, low vibration performance. It’s easy to see why the all new BF4 and 6 and the newly redesigned BF5 are best in class. Honda thought of everything. From comfortable carrying handles to a one touch stop switch to the longest run time in its class, this is a motor that redefines what a portable should be. Ideal for small tenders, canoes, jon boats, and inflatables, the BF4, 5, and 6 are easy to transport and ready for fun. Engine BF4 BF5 Type 4-Stroke OHV, 1 Cylinder/2 Valves4-Stroke OHV, 1 Cylinder/2 Valves Displacement127 cc (7.8 cubic inches) 127 cc (7.8 cubic inches) Bore & Stroke60 mm x 45 mm (2.4 x 1.8 inches)60 mm x 45 mm (2.4 x 1.8 inches) Full Throttle RPM Range4,500-5,500 RPM 4,500-5,500 RPM Rated Power4 HP @ 5,000 RPM 5 HP @ 5,500 RPM Cooling SystemWater Cooled Water Cooled Fuel Delivery1 Carburetor 1 Carburetor Internal Fuel Tank Capacity1.5L (.39 gal.) 1.5L (.39 gal.) Ignition SystemDigital CDI Digital CDI Starting SystemRecoil Recoil ExhaustUnder Water, Above Propeller Under Water, Above Propeller LubricationWet Sump Wet Sump Trim Range5-Stage 5°-9°-13°-17°-21° 5-Stage 5°-9°-13°-17°-21° Tilt Range 70° 70°

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