Outboard engine MAX SHO® 90
gasolineboatingdirect fuel injection

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Characteristics

Type
outboard
Power source
gasoline
Market
boating
Technology
direct fuel injection
Other characteristics
4-stroke
Power

90 ch (90 hp)

Description

The All-New VF90 In-Line Four V MAX SHO. A single-overhead-camshaft design with four valves per cylinder and 1.8-liter displacement make the I-4 V MAX SHO 90 a class leader in torque, top speed and efficiency. But it’s not only the fastest—it’s the quietest, too.* That makes for some pretty stealthy fishing. Available for mechanical remote or tiller control. Only 353 pounds Available in 20” or 25” shafts Powerful 35-amp alternator Optional Variable Trolling RPM via the Command Link tachometer or our new, helm-mounted remote VTS® Switch Engine Type - Inline 4 Displacement - 1.8L Bore x Stroke - 81 x 88.9mm (3.19 x 3.5in) Prop Shaft Horsepower - 90hp @ 5500 RPM Full Throttle RPM Range - 5000 - 6000 RPM Alternator Output at W.O.T. - 35 amp Compression Ratio - 10.0:1 Fuel Induction System - EFI Weight* - 20" 353 lbs, 25" 362 lbs Recommended Fuel - Regular Unleaded (Minimum Pump Octane 87) Recommended Engine Oil - Yamalube® 4M (See owner's manual) Recommended Fuel Filtration - Yamaha 10-Micron Fuel/Water Separating Filter (external) C.A.R.B. Rating - 3-Star Exhaust - Through Propeller Intake - 16 Ignition - TCI Microcomputer Spark Plug - LFR5A-11 Alternator Output - 35 amp Starting System - Electric w/ PTT Lubrication - Wet Sump Engine Oil Capacity - 3.2L / 3.0L (with / without filter) Recommended Cooling - Water, Thermostatic Control Ethanol Blend Limit - 10% Maximum Gear Ratio - (28/12) 2.33

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