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Mate
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Registered: ‎06-02-2018

Evinrude 225 60 degree engine specs

Evinrude 225 60 degree engine specs
hello I recently became aware that evinrude makes two different 225HP engines a 60 degree and a 90 degree the 90 being a jumbo sized engine.

I have a 2004 Johnson 175HP I believe it is a 60 degree it's weight is 373LBs.

I'm interested in upgrading to a 225HP to a newer engine (not the G2 but the white etec) but don't want to increase the weight to much.

maybe you could explain to me the differences in the 60/90 engines.

also I would like to reuse my BRP binnacle and control cables is this possible.

Thanks

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Admiral
Posts: 7,109
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: Evinrude 225 60 degree engine specs

Your 2004 175 HP is a 60° engine but Evinrude does not make 60 ° in a 225 HP

 

The 225 is a 74° V6 block. Only the 200 hp is a 66° block and the 200 HO is a 74° block

 

 

 


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