YAMAHA F6 DM Short
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Whether you enjoy the thrill of water sports or just relaxing on your boat, choose the engine that helps you get more out of your time on the water.
Every engine in our range uses Yamaha’s latest marine technologies, engine layouts and ingenious intake and exhaust systems – and our 4-stroke development has been so successful because, rather than just adapting ordinary automotive engines for the water, we design and build our marine-speci cation 4-strokes from scratch.
Without compromising on power, performance or usability, these specially designed engines also help preserve the environment with the use of pioneering clean-burn technologies.
- EFI for cleaner, more e cient
- Compatible with Yamaha Digital
- PrimeStart™ system for easy starting
- Variable trolling RPM
- Wide Range Power Trim & Tilt
- Sleek, compact shape & solid onepiece top cowling
- Optional Tilt Limiter system
Single-action steering friction (Tiller
- High-output alternator
- Shalow Water Drive for cruising close
- Fresh Water Flushing system
- Yamaha Customer Outboard
- Protection (Y-COP) option
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Ideal for towing skiers or wakeboarders, the compact 60hp lets you have fun on the water, but with a clear conscience – why? Because it’s the cleanest and most economical engine in its class.
Yamaha’s Electronic Fuel Injection system (EFI) ensures cleaner performance and super-e cient consumption of fuel, all in an engine that delivers impressive power, high speeds and serious torque
in the mid-ranges.
The 60hp also includes a number of unique Yamaha features, each designed to provide a smooth, comfortable and enjoyable ride. Among them are the Wide Range Power Trim & Tilt system, giving you full, relaxed control – and PrimeStart™ ignition – as e ortless as starting a car.
Ultra-smooth 4-cylinder re nement - with EF
Whether strokes or cylinders, Yamaha
understands the power of Four! Which is how the world’s pioneer in 4-stroke
technology has brought added re nement to the 4-cylinder con guration with a powerful long stroke design for the EFIequipped 60hp – to deliver ultra-smooth, useable power with low noise and vibration levels.
Yamaha Digital Network Gauges
The 60hp is compatible with our Digital Network Gauges, which deliver the information needed to maximise engine performance and e ciency, including a Multifunction Tachometer with RPM, Hours Run, Trim Angle, Oil Pressure, Warning lamps and Variable RPM control – and a Speed/Fuel Management Gauge with Speed, Tank Capacity and Fuel Economy.
Variable Trolling RPM contro
With the press of a button on the optionalbDigital Network’s Tachometer – or via the variable trolling RPM switch on the optional multi-function tiller handle – the driver can adjust the engine speed for relaxed trolling, in precise steps of 50 RPM, between 620 and 900 RPM.
Wide Range Power Trim & Tilt
Discover the versatility and power of a
Yamaha engine. Quick response, via pushbutton control, makes trim and tilt
adjustments swift, smooth and easy
across a wide trim range. The negative
trim settings are particularly useful to
improve acceleration and bring the boat
onto the plane quickly.
Compact shape and solid onepiece top cowling
With the advanced design and modest
overall dimensions of this 4-cylinder unit, our engineers have produced a remarkably compact 996cc powerhouse, but with a low weight that is comparable to a conventional 3-cylinder engine. So the 60hp has a power-to-weight ratio that makes it the ideal choice for a wide range of boats
Advanced warning systems
Yamaha engines are renowned for their
reliability and for how well they hold their value. The comprehensive warning systems on this engine measure oil pressure, engine
temperature and other key variables to
provide clear audio/visual warnings of any problems. If a fault occurs, RPM are automatically reduced, to protect your engine as you head for shore.
All information in this catalogue is given for general guidance only and is subject to change without prior notice. Photographs may show boats being driven by professionals and no recommendation or guidance in respect of safe operation or style of use is intended or implied by the publication of these images. Always respect the local maritime regulations. Always wear the recommended personal otation device and safety equipment when boating.