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Old 06-10-2019, 02:16 PM
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Default Evinrude G2 NEW 1.9L inline 3 cyl 115H0, 140, 150hp series

https://fishgame.com/2019/06/evinrud...1-9l-platform/


u-w-008-0337.pdf
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Old 06-10-2019, 02:21 PM
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Would you buy a motor from a company that has a typo in their release brochure, and has the word "dang" in it?
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Interested in the weight. The current 150 G2 is kinda heavy.
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Old 06-10-2019, 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by noelm View Post
Would you buy a motor from a company that has a typo in their release brochure, and has the word "dang" in it?

That "dang" is the Texas magazine writer's choice of words. This is not an Evinrude official release but a magazine's article.
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Originally Posted by noelm View Post
Would you buy a motor from a company that has a typo in their release brochure, and has the word "dang" in it?
That's not official Evinrude material you're reading.
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Originally Posted by noelm View Post
Would you buy a motor from a company that has a typo in their release brochure, and has the word "dang" in it?
yes as I bought from a company 15 times ( not BRP )that gave me very poor customer service when I had problems with their engines . Only had problems with the last five I bought all after the year 2001 for full disclosure.
Just be glad the PR dept does not build the engines
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Originally Posted by noelm View Post
Would you buy a motor from a company that has a typo in their release brochure, and has the word "dang" in it?
Fishgame.com is not affiliated with Evinrude and the pics are not the new 1.9L I3.
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Originally Posted by tmd11111 View Post
pics are not the new 1.9L I3.
Just curious how do you know that and if not do you have pics of the real thing?
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So much for me thinking they were going to bring Johnson back as a 4 stroke. If they feel they can make it work, I'll buy it at repower. I love my 2016 75hp G1 etec. It has so much torque its silly. 5 grown men on a 18JVX skiff and I'll still hit 39mph. The zuke 70 struggles to get to 34mph with two adults on this boat.
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Originally Posted by noelm View Post
Would you buy a motor from a company that has a typo in their release brochure, and has the word "dang" in it?

Between you and Mystery on here its a toss up on who find faults on every thread and post. You 2 question everything. Life must be tough for you
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Originally Posted by seahorse View Post
That "dang" is the Texas magazine writer's choice of words. This is not an Evinrude official release but a magazine's article.

Him and Mystery know to much on here. Alteast until they put their foot in their mouth.
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Originally Posted by Coral Head View Post
Just curious how do you know that and if not do you have pics of the real thing?
There was pics posted on a facebook page. Supposedly taken down at BRP's request. Official press release is supposed to be June 12th so I guess we'll find out then.
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Originally Posted by captain28570 View Post
Him and Mystery know to much on here. Alteast until they put their foot in their mouth.
If you had paid attention, you would have noticed the two "likes" where it was pointed out that it was not an Evinrude issued article, and as such, I liked that it was pointed out, and if you feel dang is OK to use, then so be it, that's your choice, just like it's my choice to comment on items posted, unless of course you are such an expert on everything that there is no need for anyone else to have an opinion, might as well just restrict the site to your comments only, so we don't put our foot in our mouth!
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Can't see anything in the link referring to the 1.9 G2
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Based on the CARB certification data, the new 1.9L I3 platform will produce a very robust 115. Here's how it stacks up against the other 115s in the peak torque department.

Evinrude 115HO G2 - 154 lb-ft @ 3750 RPM
Suzuki DF 115 - 121 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM
Mercury 115 4S (2.1L) - 119 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
Mercury Optimax - 119 lb-ft @ 4250 RPM
Evinrude 115 G1 - 117 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM
Yamaha F115 - 115 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Mercury 115 4S (1.7L) 103 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM.

At the 130 to 140 segment, it takes a distant but distinct 2nd place behind the Evinrude V6 G1

Evinrude 135 G1 - 203 lb-ft @ 3250 RPM
Evinrude 140 G2 - 157 lb-ft @ 4250 RPM
Suzuki DF140 - 122 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM
Yamaha F130 - 114 lb-ft @ 5500 RPM

At the 150 HP segment, the new 150 G2 seems to be at about the same level as the Yamaha F150XB - this one is is not going to win a tug-o-war contest.

Evinrude 150 (V6) G2 - 229 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
Evinrude 150 (V6) G1 - 201 lb-ft @ 3250 RPM
Mercury Optimax 150 - 199 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
Yamaha SHO 150 - 185 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Suzuki DF 150 - 184 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Mercury 150 FS - 180 lb-ft @ 3000 RPM
Mercury 150 Verado - 179 lb-ft@ 4000 RPM
Yamaha F150 XCA - 178 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Evinrude 150 (I3) G2 - 171 lb-ft @ 4250 RPM
Yamaha F150XB - 169 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM

What will it weigh? Under 400 lbs?

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Originally Posted by Clinker View Post
Can't see anything in the link referring to the 1.9 G2
Looks like BRP instructed the article to be taken the article down. It was posted a day or 2 before the embargo is due to be lifted.

Apparently Evinrude will inform dealers of the 2020 models on 11 June with the release on the 12th.

The CARB link remains and details capacity and HP for the motors.

dealers have confirmed release dates

https://www.etecownersgroup.com/post...5203?&trail=15
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Originally Posted by Whaler27 View Post
Based on the CARB certification data, the new 1.9L I3 platform will produce a very robust 115. Here's how it stacks up against the other 115s in the peak torque department.

Evinrude 115HO G2 - 154 lb-ft @ 3750 RPM
Suzuki DF 115 - 121 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM
Mercury 115 4S (2.1L) - 119 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
Mercury Optimax - 119 lb-ft @ 4250 RPM
Evinrude 115 G1 - 117 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM
Yamaha F115 - 115 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Mercury 115 4S (1.7L) 103 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM.

At the 130 to 140 segment, it takes a distant but distinct 2nd place behind the Evinrude V6 G1

Evinrude 135 G1 - 203 lb-ft @ 3250 RPM
Evinrude 140 G2 - 157 lb-ft @ 4250 RPM
Suzuki DF140 - 122 lb-ft @ 4500 RPM
Yamaha F130 - 114 lb-ft @ 5500 RPM

At the 150 HP segment, the new 150 G2 seems to be at about the same level as the Yamaha F150XB - this one is is not going to win a tug-o-war contest.

Evinrude 150 (V6) G2 - 229 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
Evinrude 150 (V6) G1 - 201 lb-ft @ 3250 RPM
Mercury Optimax 150 - 199 lb-ft @ 3500 RPM
Yamaha SHO 150 - 185 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Suzuki DF 150 - 184 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Mercury 150 FS - 180 lb-ft @ 3000 RPM
Mercury 150 Verado - 179 lb-ft@ 4000 RPM
Yamaha F150 XCA - 178 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM
Evinrude 150 (I3) G2 - 171 lb-ft @ 4250 RPM
Yamaha F150XB - 169 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM

What will it weigh? Under 400 lbs?
The mercs make their torque at such a low RPM compared to the other 4 strokes.
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Old 06-11-2019, 06:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Elgreco809 View Post
The mercs make their torque at such a low RPM compared to the other 4 strokes.
Yup. They've got a displacement advantage.
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What would be very interesting would be a back to back test of the 115 v 140 - torque figures almost the same.
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If it ends up weighing about the same as the Suzuki 140 it should be real popular for repowers.
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