4-STROKE Multi Point Sequential
Electronic Fuel Injection
DF60AV:44.1 kW (60 PS)/5800 rpm
DF50AV:36.8 kW (50 PS)/5800 rpm
941 cm3 (57.4 cu. in.)
L: 525 mm (20 in.)
X: 636 mm (25 in.) (DF60AV only)
Packed with innovative engineering, including our pioneering Lean Burn Control technology, our Lightweight Sports engines are small in size, but big on performance.
Power needs vary according to boat and hull types. Pontoons and heavy boats have more resistance in the water making them harder to control with a standard outboard, especially at low speeds. Boats like these require an outboard that is right for the task, like the DF60AV/50AV. These are high thrust versions of Suzuki’s DF60A/50A four-stroke outboards designed to deliver more thrust for greater low speed handling and control of heavy boats. Equipped with a special lower unit featuring Suzuki’s High Energy Rotation System, they are capable of delivering up to 42% more forward thrust and 136% more thrust in reverse.* This offers more precise control and sophisticated low speed handling of heavy boats resulting in a more pleasurable boating experience.
HIGH ENERGY ROTATION
The DF60AV and DF50AV both benefit from High Energy Rotation, courtesy of a newly designed lower unit with a 2.42:1 gear ratio, which enables this model to use a bigger 14-inch (35.6cm) propeller – perfect for powering large, heavy craft.
SUZUKI LEAN BURN CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
Suzuki engineers developed the Lean Burn Fuel Control System, which adjusts the air/fuel mixture according to operating conditions. The system significantly improves fuel efficiency across the operating range, from low speeds well up into the cruising range.
SELF-ADJUSTING TIMING CHAIN
The timing chain runs in an oil-bath, so it never needs lubricating, and is equipped with an automatic hydraulic tensioner, so it remains properly adjusted at all times. Simple, effective and maintenance-free.
CLEANER, MORE EFFICIENT OPERATION
Suzuki utilizes a number of its advanced technologies to deliver cleaner, more efficient operation that conforms to the Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) – Directive 2003/44EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, and has received three-star ratings from the California Air Resources Board (CARB).