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F130A

Key Features

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    1,832cc 16-Big-Valve DOHC in-line 4-cylinder 4-stroke

    With its innovative intake and exhaust valve design – and twin camshafts, each driven independently – the F130's intake and exhaust efficiency are dramatically improved, optimising fuel use during combustion. The TCI ignition system ensures easy starting, consistent running, longer plug life - and complete dependability.

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    Compact, lightweight design - ideal for re-powering

    The versatile F130 is the leading power-to-weight performer in its class, making it the ideal choice for a wide range of activities - and opening up exciting opportunities for re-powering. The remarkable, powerful performance and smooth 4-stroke efficiency bring a new lease of life to older boats of many types and sizes.

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    Yamaha Customer Outboard Protection (Y-COP) option

    The Y-COP immobiliser system is simple, easy to use and highly effective – a neat and simple remote control locks and unlocks the engine's ECM at the push of a button. This prevents your outboard engine being taken for any unauthorised joyrides, offering you peace of mind when leaving your boat unattended.

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    35 Amp High Output alternator

    A special High Output alternator system is fitted as standard on the F130, to ensure that plenty of power is available for engine starts – even after long periods at low RPM or when using multiple accessories. A comforting thought when you're out fishing - at night - or planning a long, lazy day on the river.

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    All our EFI engines can be linked, via Yamaha's own network system, to a wide range of digital instruments - to help you get the best from your engine. A multi-function tachometer displays RPM, engine hours, trim angle, oil pressure and warning lamps. The combined Speed & Fuel Management gauge shows speed, fuel tank level and economy data.

    A very relaxing and reliable system, which is standard on the F130. Simply set and hold the low speed rpm (between 600 & 1000) in 50 rpm steps, using a button on the tachometer. This advanced system resets automatically when the throttle is moved again.

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    Digital Network Gauges (optional)

    All our EFI engines can be linked, via Yamaha's own network system, to a wide range of digital instruments - to help you get the best from your engine. A multi-function tachometer displays RPM, engine hours, trim angle, oil pressure and warning lamps. The combined Speed & Fuel Management gauge shows speed, fuel tank level and economy data.

Technical Specifications

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  • Engine
    Engine type
    4-stroke
    Displacement
    1832 cm³
    No. of cylinders/configuration
    4/In-line, 16-valve, DOHC
    Bore x stroke
    81.0 mm x 88.9 mm
    Prop shaft output at mid range
    95.6 / 6,300 rpm
    Full throttle operating range
    5,300 - 6,300 rpm
    Lubrication system
    Wet sump
    Fuel Induction System
    EFI
    Ignition / advance system
    TCI
    Starter system
    Electric with Prime Start™
    Gear ratio
    2.15 (28:13)
  • Dimensions
    Recommended boat transom height
    L516X643mm
    Weight with propeller
    F130AETL: 174.0kg,F130AETX: 178.0kg
    Fuel tank capacity
    -
    Oil pan capacity
    3.2litres
  • Additional Features
    Control
    Remote Control
    Trim & tilt method
    Power Trim & Tilt
    Lighting Coil / Alternator
    12V -35Awith rectifier/regulator
    Engine immobiliser
    YCOP optional
    Propeller
    Optional
    Variable Trolling RPM
    With DN Gauges
    Shift Dampener System (SDS)
    Option
    Remark
    The kW data in this sheet is based on the ICOMIA 28 standard, measured at the prop shaft
All information in this catalogue is given for general guidance only and is subject to change without prior notice. Photographs may show boats being driven by professionals and no recommendation or guidance in respect of safe operation or style of use is intended or implied by the publication of these images. Always respect the local maritime regulations. Always wear the recommended personal floatation device and safety equipment when boating.