Specifications – 60HP – Products – Marine – Honda

Specifications

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With a 521mm shaft, 17A battery and power trim and tilt.

 
£8 495

BF 60 LRTU Key Features

  • PGM-Fi: Programmed Fuel Injection

    Fuel injection delivers a faster throttle response, easier starting and superior fuel economy.

  • BLAST™: Boosted Low Speed Torque

    Provides thrust to propel you on to the plane by boosting torque from low speed rpm, improving hole shot performance.

  • ECOmo: Economy Controlled Motor

    Precisely regulates the air-fuel mixture to make it leaner, providing optimum fuel consumption in cruising mode.

  • NMEA2000® compliant

    Honda’s NMEA2000 compliant engines allow simple ‘plug and play’ connectivity with onboard electronics via CANbus network technology.

  • Trolling Control

    For precise low speed control, up or down, in increments of 50rpm. It’s perfect for slow speed manoeuvres and fishing. Optional on BF40 - BF150 engines.

  • 4Front Corrosion Protection

    A four layer coating process that protects against UV rays and salt water. It provides the best resistance to the harsh conditions found at sea.

BF 60 LRTU Specifications

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  • Feature
    NMEA 2000 Y
    BLAST Y
    ECOmo Y
    Trolling Control Y
  • Engine
    Engine Type 4st Water Cooled
    Valves OHC 3-Cyl.
    Displacement (cc) 998
    Bore X Stroke (mm) 73 x 79.5
    Full Throttle Range (RPM) 5,000-6,000
    Rated Power (kW (PS)) 44.1 (60)
    Cooling System Water Cooled (with Thermostat)
    Fuel Delivery PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection)
    Ignition System Electronic PGM-IG
    Starting System Electric starter
    Exhaust System Propeller boss
    Gear Ratio 2.07
    Propeller Rotation Standard
    Engine Trim and Tilt Power Trim & Tilt
  • Function
    Electric Starter Y
    Alternator Output (AMP.) 22A
    Battery Charging Capacity (AMP.) 17A
  • Dimensions
    Transom Height (mm) 521
    Dry Weight (kg) 110
    Overall Length (mm) 777
    Overall Width (mm) 417
    Overall Height (mm) 1397