The world’s first portable outerboards in their class, including battery-less fuel injection and lean burn design
Suzuki’s portable portfolio features some of the most technologically advanced outboards on the market thanks to its state-of-the-art designs. In each of their power classes, the DF20A, 15A, and 9.9B assert that they were the first battery-less electronic fuel injection four-strokes in history. Suzuki engineers were able to create the lightest four-stroke in the 20PS & 15PS class by using brand-new fuel injection system components that were made to be smaller and lighter than those found in any preceding system.
RECOIL STARTER WITH EASY START
The starters on these outboards are deliberately made to have extremely low recoil loads. Fuel injection combined with an easy-to-pull starter makes starting incredibly simple for nearly everyone.
MODELS OF POWER TILT AVAILABLE
There are currently several portable types with a motorized tilt system that allows the outboard to tilt smoothly. The technology provides better ease of use and increased convenience.
accessible on DF15ATH, DF20AT, DF9.9BT, and DF20ATH.
The anti-corrosion system of Suzuki
Suzuki uses a specially developed anti-corrosion treatment to shield the outboard’s exterior from damaging corrosion. When the finish is applied straight onto the aluminum surface of the outboard, the finish is maximally bonded to the surface, increasing longevity and aiding in the protection of components that are continuously exposed to saltwater.
|Recommended Transom Height (mm)||S: 381, L: 508|
|Weight (kg*)||S: 48, L: 49|
|Piston Displacement (cm³)||327|
|Maximum Output (kw)||11.0|
|Recommended Fuel||RON91 / AKI87|
|Gear Ratio||2.08 : 1|
|Exhaust||Through Prop Hub Exhaust|
|Starting system||Electric / Manual|
|Fuel Delivery System||Battery-less Electronic Fuel Injection|
|Bore X Stroke (mm)||60.4 x 57|
|Full Throttle Operating Range (rpm)||5,000 – 6,000|
|Oil Pan Capacity (L)||1.0|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (L)||Separate (optional) 12|
|Trim Method||Manual Trim and Tilt|
|Propeller Selection (Pitch)||7” – 12”|