Is Evinrude G2 a four stroke?

Is Evinrude G2 a four stroke?

Is Evinrude E-TEC a 2-Stroke or a 4-Stroke technology? The technology is considered 2-Stroke, Direct Injection. Evinrude E-TEC in fact, has cleaner exhaust emissions than a 4-stroke, it produces 5 to 10 times less Carbon Monoxide (CO) while idling or trolling.

When did Evinrude G2 come out?

When Evinrude launched the E-Tec G2 back in 2014, I have to admit, I was a bit smitten. The 200-300hp motors delivered the kind of torque and acceleration that four strokes found it hard to compete with, but unlike two strokes of old, it claimed to do it with better than four stroke fuel economy and emissions.

Whats going on with Evinrude?

Evinrude motors parent company, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP), announced last week that it would discontinue manufacturing of its Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines. Instead, the company will focus on growing its boat brands and developing technology and innovation of other marine products.

How much power does the 2015 Evinrude G2 outboard have?

The new 2015 Evinrude G2 outboards are the number-one story in the world of boat engines this year, and we’ve already showed you the 300 HP models we tested out on an Andros 32 CC. Now, let’s take a close-up look at the 250 HP model, then take it for a run on a Key West 239.

How much does a 2020 Evinrude outboard motor cost?

2020 Evinrude 250 H.O. H250HWXC Outboard Motor Specifications Engine Type: H.O. V6 74° E-TEC G2 D.I. Bore x Stroke – in (mm).. $14,417.00

What are the features of the Evinrude engine?

Features Powerful Torque: With its efficient PurePower Combustion, the Evinrude.. Engine Engine Type: V6 74 deg. E-TEC D.I. Bore x Stroke: 3.854 x 3.000 in. (98 x 76 mm) Dis..

Are E-TEC G2 outboards still available?

As of right now, the E-TEC G2 outboards are only available in 200, 225, 250, and 300 HP models. But you can expect that to change with time. After a new technology like this is introduced in the upper-end of the range, the manufacturer virtually always “walks it down the line” when future model-years are rolled out.