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Experience reliability with a dependable, light-weight Evinrude E-TEC Engine


Fewer Parts Means Fewer Headaches    The competitor’s belt-driven alternators need replacing and may leave boaters stranded if it breaks in open water. Additionally, Evinrude E-TEC’s uncomplicated design features no intake or exhaust valves, cam shafts, pulleys or timing belts or chain to maintain or replace, providing the boater with a practical piece of mind.   Robust Component’s Mean Unmatched… More

Experience More Fuel Efficiency with Less Environmental Impact


Amperage Overload.   Using a dual voltage alternator, the Evinrude E-TEC 150-hp delivers a screaming 133 amps, which means you can run all the navigation systems, depth finders, fish finders, and stereo & speakers systems you want, and never have to worry about running out of power.   Their Loss, Your Gain.   While other 150-hp manufacturers are experiencing delays, the Evinrude… More

Q&A with Team Evinrude’s Justin Lucas


After only three years on the FLW Bass Tour, Justin Lucas has made quite the career for himself. He’s already managed to pull of 17 top-ten finishes and five tournament championships. We’re proud to call Justin a member of Team Evinrude.  Justin had a busy summer fishing the FLW tour, hosting the FLW College Tour and making wedding plans with… More

Requirements for a Successful Re-power Project with Bill Grannis

  • Bill Grannis

  When the time comes to upgrade your outboard for a later model, it’s not a matter of just bolting on the new engine and heading out to the water. There are a number of items that should be inspected, repaired, or replaced in addition to installing a new engine. Some of these components, if not up to spec, may… More

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