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High Thrust Four Strokes T9.9, T25 & T60

The high-thrust FT9.9 has been specifically designed to provide the extra grunt when you need to move big loads such as sailboats and heavy pontoons. Utilising a dual-thrust design the FT9.9 produces twice the thrust of comparable two-strokes within the 2,000 to 3,000 RPM range, while delivering Yamaha’s the legendary reliability, durability, and efficiency that Yamaha Outboards are renown for.

The key mechanical difference between the FT9.9 and the standard four-stroke platform is the use of a higher 2.92:1 gear ratio. This allows the FT9.9 to spin a much larger propeller, generating more power to the water and resulting in less slippage. The FT9.9 comes standard with Yamaha’s patented Dual Thrust propeller that provides maximum traction in both forward and reverse, by re-routing the exhaust in the opposite direction when in reverse. For additional on-water flexibility, the FT9.9 is also available with a power tilt option.

Based on the award winning F25, Yamaha developed the new T25 in response to requests for lightweight electronic fuel injected performance in a small, high-thrust configuration.

These dual-thrust four-stroke engines produce twice the thrust of comparable two-strokes within the 2,000 to 3,000 RPM range, while delivering Yamaha’s legendary reliability, durability, and efficiency.

The new T25 benefits from the technology and features available on the standard F25 model, including an exceptional power-to-weight ratio, variable trolling rpm control and the ability to connect to Yamaha’s Command Link Digital Gauges.

The new T25 is available in both 20-inch (L) and 25-inch (X) shaft lengths to suit a wider variety of hulls. The T25 also comes fitted with a dual thrust propeller, specifically tested and developed for this outboard. These big-diameter, low-pitch propellers offer exceptional thrust and efficiency for pushing big loads in both forward and reverse.

The high-thrust FT60 has been specifically designed to provide the extra grunt when you need to move big loads such as sailboats and heavy pontoons.

Utilising a dual-thrust design the FT60 produces twice the thrust of comparable two-strokes within the 2,000 to 3,000 RPM range, while delivering Yamaha’s the legendary reliability, durability, and efficiency that Yamaha Outboards are renown for.

The key mechanical difference between the FT60 and the standard four-stroke platform is the use of a higher 2.33:1 gear ratio. This allows the FT60 to spin a much larger propeller, generating more power to the water and resulting in less slippage.

The FT60 comes standard with Yamaha’s patented Dual Thrust propeller that provides maximum traction in both forward and reverse, by re-routing the exhaust in the opposite direction when in reverse.

 

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