This absorbs the force and noise associated with shifting, for a smoother, quieter ride. Good luck with your choice and good fishing! We take privacy seriously, please refer to our to learn more about how we keep you protected. The warranty speaks volume for itself. I had no issues or problems in the years that I owned this product. No trades and cash will work for me. We need to hold motor manufactures to the same standards as the cars. I believe that to recondition a piston and cylinder would be a lot less than that.
At the same time, four valves per cylinder means great engine combustion, which contributes to horsepower, torque and fuel efficiency. Wish I'd brought something else. Available with either digital electronic or mechanical controls, the F200 is extremely versatile and is totally compatible with 26-inch mounting centers, while using a standard bolt pattern. Maybe have the 100 on the sale block by the end of the week or next or if the 115 has a real problem I will have to go back to the 100 for a while. Right now I have six outboards on five different boats, I dont run some of them for a year or more. I have not had a lot of issues with tech. Three-Star Rated for Ultra-Low Emissions.
If so, I could try to persuade the boating committee to let it slide. Basically my complaint consist of. It has miles on it but I found out it's reliable and would recommend to anybody. The motor ran good for about three months. I bet you can get an entire new head for less than that. And, I never run it hard! With 100's you have to run in the upper rpm's to get decent speed and that will wear on your engines.
To last for more years than you'd expect a brand like this to keep up for many years to come. We should also point out that these vibrations are present in virtually every small outboard on the market. It is an incredibly powerful and reliable motor. When I bought the boat last year it had 75 hours on it. After making improvements to the original platform for over a decade, Yamaha felt the engine was worthy of a new tag: the F350C.
If none of these actions work, I will likely call the Yamaha reps. I love the 4-stokes and the range they can give you, but I started looking into the down the road fiqures and turned away. I know what Ring Free is and my mechanic recommended that I use that and I will soon. I want to hear from someone who has had a four stroke Tohatsu and is either satisfied with its' performance, or regretting their purchase. So, what are the down-sides to the new Yamaha F25? Is that consistent with your thinking of what the problem is? At ConsumerAffairs we love to hear from both consumers and brands; please never hesitate to. No problems at all, I just change the oil in the engine and the lube in the gearcase every season before it's put on the engine stand for the winter in January.
It took two attempts but Richard got it running. Both motors I feel are bulletproof. Not a real deal perhaps - but dependability is in reality, priceless! Overall Performance More displacement means more torque. Just bring your boat in every 80 hours. .
You will have no problems with this motor and you will know you made the right choice. Brisbane Yamaha also has the full range of next generation Yamaha Offshore outboards on display and in stock with on sale prices. Bought a 20hp Tohatsu last year. Evinrude 15hp and up are e-tec 2 stroke direct injected, the only motor I would buy new. Will not run so another year starting without my boat, and motor.
It threw a rod thru the block. This was the exact time when Maryland started messing with their gas additives. There's what, two in the state of Louisiana. I hadn't heard anything bad about the Tohatsu, but I was concerned about resale value. I had great success with the dealer because of this approach.
Went to take it in to my outboards maintenance for issues not related and the mechanic asked if I've changed out my flywheel? Leaky Salisbury wrote:Folks, Does anyone have any experience both good and bad with Tohatsu outboards? The one place where the new F200 I4 is a clear winner is in the repower game, where her decreased heft 129 pounds per engine and bulk will allow her to easily mount into pre-drilled 26-inch centers, the usual historical norm for narrow beam eight to 8. The reputation for the carburetor engines in this power range is not particularly good, although most of the problems seemed to be with engines which were not run too much, and which sat for extended periods without use. You said your father has had Yamahas and has had great luck. We installed a new water pump impeller, pressure and vacuum tested the lower unit, filled with new gear lube. Engines have under 200 hours, 2001's so are out of warranty. And prior to that early 1980s I had one of the first 4-stroke 9. Have assurance that you are covered in case of problems.
I think they are now making all evinrude under 25 hp too, although could be wrong. I'm able to shut off and when it's time to go it starts right up. Has it occurred to you that low compression might come from maybe worn rings?. I think it is from not enough power and having to run hard to obtain a decent cruising speed. I know that most folks love their Yamaha's, but feel free to let me know what you think of yours as well. I also beleive if I had not contacted Yamaha directly the engine would still have the problem today. It's not a very big leap of suspicion from there to getting you to pay for a major powerhead rebuild.