Outboard motor Yamaha F200A

Outboard motor Yamaha F200A

Brief description

  • Engine capacity 3352 cm3
  • Power 147.1 kW
  • (4-stroke)
  • Weight 269 kg.


Engine Type: V-shape 60˚ 6-cylinder, 4-stroke
Volume: 3352 cm3
Power: 147.1 kW / 5500 rpm
Maximum operating range: 5000-6000 rpm
Weight (Base Model): 269 kg
Fuel system: Fuel Injector
Fuel tank capacity: Optional
Lubrication system: oil in the crankcase
Ignition Coil / Alternator: 12V-45A
Gear ratio 15:30
System launch: Electric
Lifting mechanism: Hydraulic

Extra description

It is the highest achievement in the production of outboard motors. F200 - F225 - F250. 

Entering to the market of super-series F200 / 225/250 Yamaha considered a milestone in the history of the production of outboard engines, marking the emergence of the most powerful and technically advanced four-stroke power units of the destination. Today they are widely regarded as the most modern and impressive, as new outboards are certainly the highest achievement in this area. 

The revolutionary technical improvements and innovations pioneered by Yamaha on these remarkable engines are so numerous that describe all that is under the hood of the motoris possible only in general terms. Yamaha has developed a four-stroke engine of the new format, changed the traditional idea, for example, the exhaust system, which in the new motor is integrated into the engine block. This is an outstanding solution for the world the Yamaha realized the first time, it led to a revision of the traditional arrangement of air intake and exhaust systems, providing exceptional compactness of the engine. 

In addition to phenomenal power, performance and tempo set speed, the new engines are the most environmentally friendly, quiet, smooth running and most technically sophisticated, thanks to among other things, a unique electronic control fuel injection (EFI), the microprocessor control unit (ECU), the system injection with variable ignition timing (VCT), post-combustion technology of crankcase gases and special noise reduction systems. 

The main differences between the series: 
* Quiet, efficient, smooth running and powerful motors 
* Electronically Controlled Injection 
* The wide-range control of trim and engine tilt angle