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Old 06-12-2019, 01:35 PM
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man I hate when I can't actually look at specs on manufacturer's website on release day? How about some performance numbers? There's a story on popular mechanics that seems to focus on 12.5 mpg at 6 mph--really useful info. It compares top end and other speeds between the 3 cylinder 150 and yamaha 150, but no mpg at cruise and wot. Shady.
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Old 06-12-2019, 01:55 PM
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Engine Type H.O. Inline 3-Cylinder E-TEC G2 Direct Injected

Bore x Stroke - in (mm) 3.85 x 3.25 (98 x 82.6)

Displacement - cu in (L) 114 (1.9)

Gear Ratio 2.08:1

Full Throttle RPM Range 5000-6000 RPM

Starting Electric

Controls ICON II

Fuel Induction E-TEC Direct Injection with

stratified low RPM combustion mode

Alternator Output* Net Amps 14 idle / 22 wot

Trim Method Power Trim & Tilt

Trim Range -6° to 15°

Tilt Range 81°

Lubrication Multi-Point Targeted Oiling

Oil Tank Capacity - gal (L) 1.9 (7.2)

Recommended Oil XPS Marine XD100

Recommended Fuel 87 Octane

Warranty 5-Year Engine** / 5-Year Corrosion

Mounting Centers - Minimum 26” (660mm)

Color Customization Over 400 Color Panel Options

Integrated Features Dual Axis Rigging / iTrim

100% Global Emissions Compliant EPA 2013 / CARB 3 STAR / European Union

More info will come as it is released.
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Originally Posted by Classic25 View Post
With BRPs purchase of Alumacraft and Trinton industries last year, these motors will make for some real nice trailerable packages.
The aluminum boat and pontoon segment is the fastest growing part of the industry.
Great move for BRP.
True. But not with two strokes.

Remains to be seen how it will play out for Alumacraft now that they cannot get motors from Mercury and Yamaha.

Now if BRP/Evinrude come out with a four stroke then that might be a game changer for them.
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Originally Posted by alloyboy View Post
True. But not with two strokes.

Remains to be seen how it will play out for Alumacraft now that they cannot get motors from Mercury and Yamaha.

Now if BRP/Evinrude come out with a four stroke then that might be a game changer for them.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say BRP the parent company will be providing the motors for Alumacraft. Much like your beloved Mercury provides motors for Boston Whaler?

Alumacraft and Triton industries is owned by BRP. Even someone with eyes as bright as yours should see whats happening here...
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Originally Posted by Billgran View Post
Engine Type H.O. Inline 3-Cylinder E-TEC G2 Direct Injected

Bore x Stroke - in (mm) 3.85 x 3.25 (98 x 82.6)

Displacement - cu in (L) 114 (1.9)

Gear Ratio 2.08:1

Full Throttle RPM Range 5000-6000 RPM

Starting Electric

Controls ICON II

Fuel Induction E-TEC Direct Injection with

stratified low RPM combustion mode

Alternator Output* Net Amps 14 idle / 22 wot

Trim Method Power Trim & Tilt

Trim Range -6° to 15°

Tilt Range 81°

Lubrication Multi-Point Targeted Oiling

Oil Tank Capacity - gal (L) 1.9 (7.2)

Recommended Oil XPS Marine XD100

Recommended Fuel 87 Octane

Warranty 5-Year Engine** / 5-Year Corrosion

Mounting Centers - Minimum 26” (660mm)

Color Customization Over 400 Color Panel Options

Integrated Features Dual Axis Rigging / iTrim

100% Global Emissions Compliant EPA 2013 / CARB 3 STAR / European Union

More info will come as it is released.

You know me....:-) I want to see how they are doing the oiling...I'm sure no different than a G1 (but I don't know those or ficht).

BTW how much oil DOES those things use per gallon when using xd100? I understand it is MUCH less than before or is it MUCH less only at idle, and back to 50:1 at everything else?


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The 115 HO is one of three new Evinrude outboards for the 2020 model year.
Bucking the current bigger is better trend in outboard motors, for the 2020 model year, Evinrude is introducing three new outboards rated at 115, 140 and 150 hp, all built on a 1.9-liter inline 3-cylinder aluminum block.

The engines have been designed to be easier to rig and easier to drive with electronic shift and throttle, automatic trim, digital instrumentation and custom cowling colors. “We’re bringing that bigger boat user experience down to smaller boats,” says Karl Sandstrom, owner of Sandstrom Marine Consulting and a former product manager for BRP.

Tracy Crocker, president of BRP Marine, said Evinrude has identified the segment of the marine industry that would be ideal for outboards of this size including fishing and pontoon boats and runabouts. In the past year, the company has purchased Alumacraft, Manitou and Telwater boats from Australia, all manufacturers of aluminum boats.

“A great place to start is an industry that’s this big that has a sweet spot that’s $20 billion and growing,” says Crocker. He says that Evinrude has about 3.7 percent of the outboard market share and focusing on heart of the market instead of the high-horsepower segment will help them increase that share. The new in-line three-cylinder Evinrude block has a bore and stroke of 3.854 inches by 3.25 inches. The 115 HO with a 20” shaft has an estimated weight of 390 pounds and the 25” shaft 150 weighs 430 pounds. The lightest version of Mercury’s 115 Pro XS FourStroke is listed at 359 pounds, while the 150-hp model tips the scales at 456 pounds. Yamaha’s F115 is an in-line four-cylinder that starts at 377 pounds while the F150 with a 20” shaft weighs 478 pounds. Name:  evinrude_l05.jpg
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Only Evinrude uses direct fuel injection in a motor of this size range. In this system, each cylinder has its own high-pressure injector. The new models were designed using computational fluid dynamics to improve combustion inside the cylinder. The system uses stratified fuel, which is broken down into a finer mist, resulting in more complete combustion and reduced emissions. Sandstrom says that the second generation E-TEC motors have 30 percent more torque than the first models and between 15 and 50 percent better fuel economy. Emissions are rated at 75 percent lower and Sandstrom says that if emissions regulations become more restrictive, Evinrude is prepared to meet those numbers without needing a catalytic converter.Because it can be a challenge to get an inline engine with an odd number of cylinders to run smoothly, Evinrude installed balance gears on the top and bottom of the crankshaft. Think of it like a harmonic balancer on the crankshaft of an inboard or stern drive engine. The lower motor mounts are also set at a 25 to 30-degree angle to isolate vibration. One of the operating traits that Evinrude has been challenged to improve by customers is running noise with its current generation E-TECs and those concerns have been addressed with the new motors. I ran a 115 HO with a tiller on an Alumacraft and the 140 and 150 on other boats and the motors were as quiet as any four-stroke I’ve operated. Additionally, the holeshot and mid-range punch were potent.

The evinrude-press-release.pdf 1.9-gallon two-stroke oil tank should last for about 50 hours, which is a typical season of use for most people. The midsection is new and no longer has a setback. It can be set up for cable, external hydraulic or available power steering that has to be ordered from the factory. Power steering adds about 25 pounds to the engine weight.

The motors’ gearcase features a new shape and different water pickups and Evinrude has designed two new stainless-steel propellers for the motors, the RX3 and RX4.

With a more compact design, the new motors can be installed on 26” centers, which makes them a good candidate for twins on a narrow-beam boat such as a re-power on an older center console. Evinrude has developed a sensor plate to convert mechanical controls to digital shifting and it can be retrofit.

Instead of the removable side panels on the second generation E-TECs, the new motors have a two-piece cowling that latches at the front. Owners can get the motor in white or graphite and colored side panels are available as an option.

For gauges, Evinrude offers the Nautilus, a 3.5-inch diameter instrument plus 7.0-inch and 4.3-inch digital iCommand screens. The company has recently made the motors compatible with Simrad and Lowrance. They already have been working with Garmin and in the future, engine information will be displayed on Humminbird and Raymarine/FLIR products. As far as joystick compatibility, Sandstrom would only say, “Stay tuned.”
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Popular Mechanics Magazine review of the new Evinrude 3-cylinder outboards

https://www.popularmechanics.com/tec...HVUTpjJtibpQbQ
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I wonder if they'll put that "rave" on their bigger engines?
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looks like a damn good engine all around
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Most efficient outboard ever. Love the new refined look. Holds enough oil for 50-60 hrs use. Outstanding. Think I need to pull the trigger on an older mako 17 that needs and engine.

https://www.popularmechanics.com/tec...612/e-tec-150/



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Originally Posted by Elgreco809 View Post
I wonder if they'll put that "rave" on their bigger engines?
That is a negative. The new 2019 cowlings on the 200-300 loose the bump out on one side that was designed for the rave system.

Bummer if you ask me, I really want those valves. When they kick in the thing is like a rocket ship. I attempted to license the technology as an aftermarket accessory and no go.
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How does the built in power steering work? is it fly by wire? in the pictures in the Popular Mechanics link there is no steering ram.
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Originally Posted by alloyboy View Post
True. But not with two strokes.

Remains to be seen how it will play out for Alumacraft now that they cannot get motors from Mercury and Yamaha.

Now if BRP/Evinrude come out with a four stroke then that might be a game changer for them.

Most real world boaters I know couldn't care less how many power strokes their engine makes (rather like BMW discovered that most of their customers don't care if their cars are RWD or FWD so they swapped the 1 to FWD) - they only like four strokes because they're quiet and economical - if a two stroke can do that better what's not to like?
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I have a G1 75hp. I use around 1 gallon of oil per 40 hours. I run the motor hard. Maintenance is super easy, a guy in town has my boat with a zuke 70 and performance isn't even close.

I also have twin zuke 350s. I'm at 200 hours. 100 hour service cost me $1,900. I burned approx 1,500 gallons last 100 hours. Assume 80:1 ratio so 1.6oz per gallon. I would have burned about 19 gallons of xd100. I last paid $35 a gallon. So that is about $665 in oil.

There are some big advantages to 2 stroke. BTW I didn't get twin etec 300s Bec of the steering issues 😪 I personally saw a few
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How did you arrive st the assumed 80:1 ratio when you say you drive your engine "hard"?
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How did you arrive st the assumed 80:1 ratio when you say you drive your engine "hard"?
Real world users seem to be getting that on their g2s.
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How did you arrive st the assumed 80:1 ratio when you say you drive your engine "hard"?
i burned around 80 gallons of fuel per my simrad fuel flow sensor and I used 1 gallon of oil. Skiffs are simple 😁

My motor is run at idle or WOT. Very little in between. It's awesome for gigging as it barely uses any oil. I am on xd100 settinng
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And I thought the next introduction would be a Y9 400 h.p.
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