|Max output||300 hp / 220.7 kW|
|Cylinders||V6 (55 degree)|
|Transom height||X = 635mm / 25" XX = 762mm / 30"|
|Weight||X = 274 kg / XX = 279 kg|
|Price includes||Selective Rotation (world first)|
|Choice of remote control box|
|Single multi function gauge|
|Suzuki precision control (fly by wire)|
|Multi-point sequential electronic fuel injection|
|Lean burn fuel control|
|Choice of stainless steel propellers|
Suzuki DF300AP Outboard Engine Provides The Ultimate in Efficiency and Power
The original Suzuki DF300 was an Innovation Award winning outboard engine that broke new ground when it was launched in 2006. It was the very first 300hp four stroke outboard and it set a new benchmark for performance and power from a compact and lightweight outboard.Now we have taken this ultimate outboard to the next level.
Suzuki DF300AP features the addition of Suzuki's Lean Burn Control technology and a new O2 (Oxygen) Sensor Feedback Control System to provide you with a dramatic improvement in fuel economy as well as environmentally responsible operation, further enhancing the overall performance and value of the Suzuki flagship outboard engine. In-house testing shows that while cruising, the new DF300AP is 14% more economical than its predecessor without sacrificing any of the original DF300's power.
The new DF300AP also incorporates Suzuki Selective Rotation. By strengthening the lower unit’s forward and reverse gearing Suzuki engineers have designed a lower unit that will run in either right or left rotation. This world first feature was recognised with the 2012 NMMA Innovation Award.
Suzuki marine flagship V6 range provides the perfect power for both leisure and commercial craft. As part of the Suzuki sole supplier agreement with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Sailing Regatta, the new DF300A Lean Burn was used to power the press and VIP boats at the event.
This outboard engine is also available as a DF300APXX (extra, extra long shaft - 30") for £24,329 inc VAT.
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