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Tohatsu MD115A2EPTOUL Outboard Motor (TLDI)

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Tohatsu MD115A2EPTOUL TLDI Outboard Motor

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Tohatsu MD115A2EPTOUL Outboard Motor Details
Type: Outboard Motor
Year: Current
Model: 115 HP Four Stroke Jet Drive
Model Number: MD115A2EPTOUL
Series: TLDI
HP: 115
Cylinders:  4
Output:  115hp (84.6 kw)
Displacement:  1768 cc (107.9
Bore x Stroke:  88 x 72.7 mm (3.46 x 2.86 in)
Starting System:  Electric
Control Type:  Remote Control
Gear Shift:  Forward - Neutral - Reverse
Gear Ratio:  2.0
Shaft Length:  25"
Fuel:  Unleaded Gasoline (87 Octane)
Oil Type:  Premium TCW-3
Fuel Tank:  Optional
Weight:  392 lbs (178 kg)
Alternator Output:  Optional
Max. RPM Range:  5,150 - 5,850
Direct Fuel Injection:  Standard
Inductive Ignition System:  Standard
Start In Gear Protection:  Standard
Thermostat Controlled Cooling System:  Standard
Through-The-Prop Exhaust:  Standard
Oil Pressure Warning:  Standard
Shallow Water Drive:  Optional
Power Tilt:  Yes
12V charging system:  Yes
Propeller:  Yes
  • Uniquely designed cowling with extra internal layering to provide a much quieter operation than conventional 2-stroke outboards
  • Equipped with a high output alternator that produces 37 amps of power even at 1000rpm and a whopping 40 amps at wide-open throttle
  • Comes standard with a convenient built-in freshwater flush system that simplifies routine engine flushing
  • Air assisted direct fuel injection system that provides excellent fuel economyTohatsu Outboards Triple 115hp TLDI
  • Excellent horsepower-to-weight ratio
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Ultra-low emission, EPA and CARB approved
  • 5 Year limited warranty
  • Inductive ignition system for reliable starting
  • Outstanding acceleration
  • Electronic oil pump for more precise oil regulation throughout the rpm range
  • Multi-point oil injection system to more completely lubricate vital engine components
  • Power Trim & Tilt
  • Remote control box
  • Through-the-prop exhaust for a quieter ride
  • Thermostatically controlled cooling system for consistent engine temperature
  • Stainless steel water pump housing for outstanding durability
  • High grade marine aluminum alloy that provides the ultimate protection against corrosion
  • Zinc coating on internal water passages for superior corrosion resistance
  • User adjustable idle and trolling speeds
  • Tachometer and Trim & Tilt Gauge
  • Aluminum propellerLow oil level warning (visual and audible)
  • Overheat warning (visual and audible)
  • Battery voltage warning (visual only)
  • Start-in-gear protection for safer engine starting
  • Safety lanyard (an essential protection feature standard on all Tohatsu outboards)
  • Over-rev. limite

Description: TLDI® outboards provide the environmental offerings of four-strokes while never compromising the powerful running performance of two-strokes and our TLDI® 115 hp outboard is no exception. With its three step adjustable trolling speed control, quick acceleration response, compact size, and fuel economy unlike any other, The 115 hp TLDI® can support a wide range of needs for both the pleasure and commercial boater alike. The 115hp TLDI® outboard continues the long standing Tohatsu tradition of anticipating the tough demands of the next generation of boaters.