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CAPTAIN’S REPORT: BoatTest.com Reviews New Evinrude E-TEC G2 300 HP

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All information from this report was approved and tested by BoatTest.com. For more engine and boat test results, go to www.BoatTest.com   The second generation Evinrude E-TEC G2 300 horsepower outboard engine has been redesigned to deliver its power from only 210 cu. in., while still complying with EPA 3 Star and European Union emission regulations. In this era of… More

CAPTAIN’S REPORT: BoatTest.com Reviews New Evinrude E-TEC G2 250 HP

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Evinrude’s all-new E-TEC G2 250 HP includes integrated hydraulic steering: hoses coming from the steering assembly go directly to a casing integral to the outboard body itself. There’s no external rod and cylinder exposed to corrosion, no third-party steering parts to complicate installation and adjustment. And these engines are the first 2-stroke outboards completely designed from scratch for direct fuel… More

CAPTAIN’S REPORT: BoatTest.com Reviews New Evinrude E-TEC G2 250 H.O.

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Evinrude’s new second generation of the E-TEC engines are all new from the top of their distinctive shroud to the skeg on the bottom of its sleek torpedo. It is the first 2-stroke block specifically designed for direct fuel injection, the result of which is up to 15% better fuel consumption than the competition, according to the company. The engine… More

CAPTAIN’S REPORT: BOATTEST.COM REVIEW EVINRUDE E-TEC 135 H.O.

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Evinrude’s E-TEC 135 H.O. has a weight of 433 lbs. (196 kg) and a shaft length of 25” (63.5 cm). It’s also available in 20” (50.8 cm) versions that weigh 418 lbs. (190 kg).   The mission of the Evinrude E-TEC 135 H.O. is to be a workhorse providing high-performance, competitive fuel economy, and very low maintenance over the lifetime… More

CAPTAIN’S REPORT: BoatTest.com Review Evinrude E-TEC 90 H.O.

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  By being able to provide more low-end power (torque) than any 90-hp engine on the market, Evinrude has provided a solution to a growing problem: boats that are sluggish even when they are powered by their max rating of a 90-hp engine. Typically the boats in question are aluminum multi-specie boats, fish & Ski boats, bay boats, sportboats and… More