4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine
4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine
4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine
4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine
4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine
4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine
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4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine

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Regular price $506.99 Sale price $540.00 Unit price per

4 Stroke 4HP Outboard Motor Engine Featured with Quiet, Durable, lightweight and anti-corrosive construction.

Perfect match inflatable boats, fishing boats, Kayak, sailboats, and small yachts.
Why you need an Outboard engine?
Outboard engine is more powerful and affordable, featured with more wider and more flexible application, long life time.

Technical Data:
Model: 4 stroke 4HP
Displacement (CC): 53.2
Max RPM: 5000-6500
Speed: Up to 15km/h
Gear Positions: Clutch Control
Packing Size (cm): 94*40.5*31
Ignition System: CDI
Cooling System: Air-cooled
Control System: Tiller Control
Starting System: Manual Start
Recommended Fuel: #92 and up pure gasoline
Net Weight: 11kg
Propeller: Aluminum Alloy 18cm
Trim and Tilt System: Manual Tilt
Standard Fuel Tank Capacity (L): Within 1.3L
Transom Plate Height (mm): <450

1. Application Boat Type
The 4 stroke 4hp outboard engine is suitable for a variety materials of small boats from 2.3m to 3.3m (e.g. inflatable boats, iron boats, plastic boats, fiberglass boats, wooden boats, etc.)
2. Driving Conditions
Filled up the built-in fuel tank, under the full throttle operation can normally run for about 1.5 hours, and the speed is up to 15KM/H (due to different boat type, load and natural conditions, the speed will also be different).
3. Fuel Use
Fuel and Engine Oil are filling separately. Never use mixed oil! Fuel is 92# and above pure gasoline, oil for four stroke engine oil.

Other Instructions:
This machine is manually started, without reverse gear, step-less variable speed system, air cooling system, aluminum alloy 3 bladed propeller. The engine can rotate 360 degrees to use as reverse gear.

1.Gasoline is very flammable. Avoid smoking or bringing any flame or sparks near fuel.
2.Wipe up all spills before starting the engine.
3.Make sure to stop the engine and allow it cool before refueling the unit.
4.Keep open flames away from the area where fuel is handled or stored.