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Evinrude E30DPSL Outboard Motor (E-TEC)

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Evinrude E30DPSL E-TEC Outboard Motor

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In compliance with Evinrude's requirements, all motors must be installed at our facility. We cannot ship or export these units. We are pleased to offer our Central Florida customers Free Delivery or Pick-Up! Please call 877-412-3408. We offer aggressive pricing on installation.

Evinrude E30DPSL Outboard Motor Details
Type: Outboard Motor
Year: Current
Model: 30 HP Two Stroke Inline
Model Number: E30DPSL
Series: E-TEC
HP: 30
Engine Type:  Inline 2-Cylinder E-TEC DI
Displacement:  35.2 cu in/577 cc
Bore x Stroke:  2.992 x 2.5 in / 76 x 64 mm
Prop Shaft Horsepower:  30 HP (22 kw) @ 5500 RPM
Fuel/Induction System:  E-TEC DI w/ Stratified low RPM combustion mode
Alternator Output:  56 Amps Total Output/ 15 Amps Net Dedicated
Starting System:  Electric / Rope
Steering:  Remote
Lubrication:  Multi-point, targeted oiling
Full Throttle RPM Range:  5500-6000 RPM
Recommended Engine Oil:  Evinrude/Johnson XD100 Oil
Recommended Fuel:  Regular Unleaded Gasoline (87 Octane)
Gear Ratio:  2.15
Shaft Length:  20"
C.A.R.B. Rating:  3-Star U.S EPA, European Union
Dry Weight:  177 lbs.
Rotation:  Standard (Right)
Warranty:  3-Years Non-Declining
Power Trim & Tilt:  Yes
Description:Love maintenance? The hassle? The waiting? The expense? Try another outboard. Evinrude® E-TEC® puts a big list of routine maintenance items where they belong. In the history books. It's pretty simple. Where would you rather be? In for service? Or out on the water? No Maintenance for 3 Years / 300 Hours No inspections or adjustments, no changing gearcase lube, no spring tune-ups. For a full three years, then every three years after that. Up to an extra $1,850 in your pocket. Fewer parts 195 fewer than a four-stroke. No valves, belts, camshafts or pulleys to adjust or replace. No telling how much that could cost. No oil changes A four-stroke gets one every six months or 100 hours - 60 if you're doing heavy trolling. And there's no going to the $20 quick-lube, so you're spending $100-$200 a shot, twice or more a year. That's money that stays in your pocket.