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BREAKING: BRP discontinues Evinrude E-TEC

BRP announced today it will discontinue production of Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines and will re-orientate its marine business by focusing on the growth of its boat brands with new technology and innovative marine products.

BRP said it remains committed to its Buy, Build, Transform Marine strategy which has been underway since with the acquisition of Alumacraft and Manitou boat companies in the U.S., followed by the acquisition of Australian boat manufacturer Telwater in  

“Our outboard engines business has been greatly impacted by COVID, obliging us to discontinue production of our outboard motors immediately. This business segment had already been facing some challenges and the impact from the current context has forced our hand,” said José Boisjoli, President and CEO of BRP.

“We will concentrate our efforts on new and innovative technologies and on the development of our boat companies, where we continue to see a lot of potential to transform the on-water experience for consumers,” he said. 

Following the decision to discontinue E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines, BRP has signed an agreement with market leader Mercury Marine to support boat packages and continue to supply outboard engines to our boat brands.

BRP will continue to supply customers and its dealer network service parts and will honour its manufacturer limited warranties, plus offer select programs to manage inventory. These decisions will impact employees globally.

With this announcement, BRP will be positioned to expand its presence in the pontoon and aluminum fishing markets through technologically advanced solutions. The company said it will leverage its track record of ingenuity through its R&D resources to enhance the boating experience with unique new marine products, such as the next generation of engine technology with Project Ghost and the next generation of pontoons with Project M, code names for new products it expects to transform the industry.

Project Ghost, according to US-based Trade Only Today, will try to provide more usable space on outboard boats by hiding the engines. The goal, according to Tracy Crocker, president of BRP Marine Group, is “to deliver a better boating experience by designing an integrated outboard engine and boat product for consumers delivered from the factory.”

The images below show an existing Evinrude G2 outboard and BRP-owned Alumacraft boat and a “Ghost” concept with an integrated engine in the stern area.

BRP will consolidate Alumacraft operations from two sites to one. All Alumacraft operations will be transferred to St Peter, MN and our site in Arkadelphia, AR will be permanently closed. In addition, BRP want to upgrade the boat production facilities to reorganise manufacturing sites and apply the modularity model used elsewhere. This move is designed to enhance productivity and efficiency and to allow it to respond with even more agility to demand, according to BRP. 

Sours: https://www.fishingworld.com.au/news/breaking-brp-discontinues-evinrude-e-tec

EVINRUDE® E-TEC® OUTBOARDS

WELCOME TO A NEW ERA IN OUTBOARDS.

Introducing a revolutionary concept in outboards – a choice. Now with Evinrude E-TEC engines, choose cutting-edge over commonplace. Choose more torque over more talk. Choose more time on the water over more time in the shop. Choose an outboard that perfectly matches your boat and your style of boating. Choose Evinrude E-TEC, the outboard that performs, and looks, like no other outboard in the world.

CHOOSE UNRIVALED PERFORMANCE
BUILD TO OUTPERFORM EVERY OTHER OUTBOARD IN THE WORLD.

For a company built on innovation, sitting idle is not an option. The reinvented Evinrude E-TEC G2 is the first Evinrude outboard completely designed and built, start-to-finish, by BRP. The end result is an engine that redefines outboard performance.

CHOOSE BOLD, BREAKTHOUGH DESIGN
THE FIRST OUTBOARD EVER DESIGNED TO PERFECTLY MATCH YOUR BOAT, INSIDE AND OUT.

Evinrude is committed to delivering the best engine for your style of boating. Now the new Evinrude E-TEC G2 offers the first and only customizable look, the cleanest rigging and fully integrated digital controls to perfectly match your boat, inside and out.

CHOOSE UNMATCHED LIFETIME VALUE
LESS OUT OF POCKET, MORE OUT ON THE WATER.

You own a boat to be out on the water. Your outboard shouldn’t get in the way of that. This one won’t. The new Evinrude E-TEC G2 isn’t just built to last. It’s built to outlast. Run it right out of the box for hours with no dealer-scheduled maintenance. Less time in the shop means lower ownership costs, less hassle and much, much more value over the lifetime of your engine.

CHOOSE THE CLEANEST TECHNOLOGY*
THE CLEANEST OUTBOARD IN THE WORLD.

The new Evinrude E-TEC G2 is undeniably a better outboard. Better performance, better design, better lifetime value, but also better for the environment, with the lowest reportable emissions and best fuel efficiency of any combustion outboard, ever.

  • E-TEC engine’s are lightweight and also extremely tough, with plenty of electrical output
  • Their Fast-Rise Inductive Ignition provides longer spark plug life and smoother running
  • Blow-off valve flushes away sand and other clogging debris for exceptional durability
  • These engines deliver the slowest trolling speeds of any outboard in their class

  • E-TEC H.O. pushes the limit of allowable horsepower, offering more torque and a higher top speed and gives you the best performance
  • Variable tuning exhaust valve to boost low-end torque and top-end speed
  • Cowling design to direct airflow and provide more power and enhanced performance
  • The Fast-Rise Inductive Ignition provides longer spark plug life and smoother running

  • The variable tuning exhaust valve to boost low-end torque and top-end speed
  • Cowling design to direct airflow and provide more power and enhanced performance
  • The Fast-Rise Inductive Ignition provides longer spark plug life and smoother running
  • Blow-off valve flushes away sand and other clogging debris for exceptional durability

  • E-TEC H.O. pushes the limit of allowable horsepower, offering more torque and a higher top speed and gives you the best performance
  • At liters of displacement, the highly refined Evinrude E-TEC V-6 outboard engines offer best-in-class torque and low-end power, and can easily compete against competitors
  • Its lightweight design allows these engines to offer some of the best power to weight ratios in the industry
  • Provides improved fuel efficiency, less draft, better boat handling, superior visibility while planning and less stress on the structural integrity of the boat

  • E-TEC H.O. pushes the limit of allowable horsepower, offering more torque and a higher top speed and gives you the best performance
  • Provides improved fuel efficiency, less draft, better boat handling, superior visibility while planning and less stress on the structural integrity of the boat
  • Complete corrosion package, you’ll get longer engine life out of your Evinrude E-TEC engine in even the most demanding applications
  • This V-6 also come equipped with high-performance gear cases and advanced fuel injectors that maximize performance as well as efficiency
Almost any engine can move your pontoon, but our Pontoon Series was specifically designed for it. Our unique design reduces vibration for a smoother ride and is geared to deliver quicker pontoon acceleration, improved throttle response and more stopping power.

  • E-TEC Pontoon Series includes rubber motor mounts to reduce vibration transmitted to the boat
  • Variable tuning exhaust valve to boost low-end torque and top-end speed
  • Cowling design to direct airflow and provide more power and enhanced performance
  • The Fast-Rise Inductive Ignition provides longer spark plug life and smoother running

  • Advanced Motor Mounts – helps to reduce vibration by up to 40 percent providing a smoother, quieter and more comfortable boating experience
  • Variable tuning exhaust valve to boost low-end torque and top-end speed
  • Cowling design to direct airflow and provide more power and enhanced performance
  • The Fast-Rise Inductive Ignition provides longer spark plug life and smoother running

  • E-TEC Pontoon Series includes rubber motor mounts to reduce vibration transmitted to the boat.
  • The variable tuning exhaust valve to boost low-end torque and top-end speed
  • Cowling design to direct airflow and provide more power and enhanced performance
  • The Fast-Rise Inductive Ignition provides longer spark plug life and smoother running

  • At liters of displacement, the highly refined Evinrude E-TEC V-6 outboard engines offer best-in-class torque and low-end power, and can easily compete against competitors
  • Advanced Motor Mounts – helps to reduce vibration by up to 40 percent providing a smoother, quieter and more comfortable boating experience
  • The lightweight design allows these engines to offer some of the best power to weight ratios in the industry
  • This provides improved fuel efficiency, less draft, better boat handling, superior visibility while planning and less stress on the structural integrity of the boat

Bass & High Performance
  • Fast, Fast, Fast
  • Custom cupped high rake blakes
  • Superior bow lift
  • Special vent hole for powerful acceleration

Runabouts & General Recreation
  • Versatile 3-blade performance
  • Custom high-luster finish
  • Balance of speed and durability

  • Aggressive cupping holds tight in turns
  • Big blade area and special hub design for high reverse thrust
  • Special blade contour delivers maximum thrust in any water condition

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General Purpose & Economy
  • Precision casting
  • Maximum strength
  • Minimum vibration
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Evinrude E-TEC 60 outboard engine review

Back in the seventies and eighties, outboard motors with big twins were all the rage. There were the Johnson 55, Suzuki DT60C and Tohatsu even had a All three had two carbies that were easy to balance and though none of these were designed for extended trolling periods they did a great job of powering hulls to five metres.

Way back in ’83 my first project boat was a m Stejcraft runabout powered by a DT60C. At the time it was pretty sophisticated with variable-ratio oil injection and way easy to use because straight petrol could be used in the fuel tank. Topping up the oil tank was just like checking sump oil in a car. With two adults aboard the Stejcraft ran out to 32kts. Not bad for a 60 on a hull this big.

In the mid-nineties Outboard Marine Corporation’s Graham Henniker described to me the concept of a big twin having direct fuel injection to not only reduce fuel consumption and exhaust emissions but also eliminate high vibration levels the carbie engines had when trolling. When Bombardier Recreational Products took over OMC in , it ran with the concept because it could use the same pistons in the E-TEC 40 to 60 range as it did in the three-cylinder 75 and 90, V4 to hp and V6 to hp models. Parts commonality sure saves on manufacturing costs.

E-TEC OUTBOARD

The Evinrude E-TEC 60 outboard motor develops hp at rpm with a Wide Open Throttle range of to rpm. The cc loopcharged powerhead has single-stage direct injection, where fuel only is injected into the combustion chambers giving the 60 an OEDA 3-star emissions rating, whereas at best the carbie engines were 1-star. The massive 91mm cylinder bore and short 66mm stroke allow this engine to run at or near WOT for extended periods without damaging the powerhead. The dry weight is kg.

Because the engine management system on the Evinrude E-TEC 60 outboard motor is powered by an under-flywheel alternator, it can be rope-started should the starter battery be flat, just like the carbie engines could be. This also means a massive starter battery is not needed as is the case with Orbital DFI engines (Mercury and Tohatsu). The voltage regulated alternator pumps out 75amp with 25 dedicated to battery charging.

The oil injection ratios on the  Evinrude E-TEC 60 vary between at WOT down to when trolling and Evinrude XD50 oil should be used when extended trolling periods are anticipated. Otherwise stick with XD Either standard (91) or premium (95) unleaded can be used but never 98 as this fuel will literally wash lubricating oil from the cylinder walls leading to dry bores.

In line with Bombardier’s hours/three years no-servicing concept (only for freshwater), the 60 has a massive gearcase with gear ratio, straight from the old Johnson 55 commercial outboard. The huge amount of oil in the box can absorb some water seepage over the three years without the gears being damaged, but in tiller-steer models the prop torque steer coming out of the hole is so intense operators will simply end up with one arm longer than the other.

Powerhead access is tight but the lower cowl can be separated to reach all of the engine. For saltwater operation the gear oil should be changed and propshaft greased annually. The recreational usage warranty is five years.

PERFORMANCE ON THE WATER

Mounted on a m Stacer Easy Rider bowrider and swinging a 15in pitch stainless steel SST prop the review Evinrude E-TEC 60 easily handled our kg total including two adults. It started instantly hot or cold with no oil smoke appearing, only a slight oil smell when backing upwind. Vibration levels were way lower than the old twin-cylinder carbie engines but higher than the three-cylinder carbie competition giving my flab a shakeup – always good to know an outboard can provide some health benefits. The vibration rapidly diminished upwards of rpm.

Once warmed up the Evinrude E-TEC 60 outboard motor got us out of the hole quickly and reached WOT in about 10 seconds with no prop ventilation through tight turns at rpm. After my arm lengthening experiences of the tiller-steer E-TEC 40 and 50, the remote non-feedback steering was a pleasure to use. At WOT the 60 was slightly noisier than the four-stroke sixties but not enough to worsen my tinnitus.

THE VERDICT

Bombardier has done a great job of creating a 60 that’s reminiscent of the old carbie engines but without the clouds of oil smoke or wrestling with a shaking steering wheel. It’s fuel efficient, has great holeshot and with a bit of TLC should provide years of enjoyable boating.

As of January the remote control longshaft Evinrude E-TEC 60 price was 10, with a spare SST propeller for $ Thanks In Tune Marine, Long Jetty, NSW, phone (02) , for such a well-prepared review engine.

BRP EVINRUDE E-TEC 60 SPECIFICATIONS

TYPE Inline two-cylinder direct injection two-stroke outboard motor

RATED HP 60 at rpm

DISPLACEMENT cc

BORE x STROKE 91 x 66mm

WEIGHT kg (dry)

EVINRUDE E-TEC 60 PERFORMANCE

Single Evinrude E-TEC 60 two-stroke outboard motor. Average of two-way runs using onboard fuel-flow gear and hand-held Lowrance GPS, calm water.

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The end of a boating era? Evinrude outboard motors will no longer be manufactured

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

The boating world received shocking and surprising news. One of the world's leaders in outboard motor manufacturing will no longer exist.

Evinrude motors parent company, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP), announced last week that it would discontinue manufacturing of its Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines. Instead, the company will focus on growing its boat brands and developing technology and innovation of other marine products.

How big was this announcement? Consider that Ole Evinrude invented the first commercially viable outboard engine in The Evinrude name stepping out of the outboard business would be akin to Ford announcing it would no longer build automobiles.

The announcement came as a surprise to Evinrude's now jobless global workforce of , mostly located at its factory in Sturtevant, Wisc. Many of the employees were already on furlough and were told their positions were eliminated by recorded phone message, according to Scott Martin of Clewiston, a professional bass angler and year Evinrude pro team angler.

"I was driving back from the coast Wednesday with my wife, had had a really good day including getting my first haircut and dining out for the first time in months, when I got this phone call," Martin said via his YouTube channel. "My stomach sank. I immediately thought of all the great, hard-working people and service technicians who worked for them. As I called a few of them, they had just heard when I did."

Virus casualty

COVID impact was listed as part of the decision.

“Our outboard engines business has been greatly impacted by COVID, obliging us to discontinue production of our outboard motors immediately," said José Boisjoli, president and CEO of BRP. "This business segment had already been facing some challenges and the impact from the current context has forced our hand. We will concentrate our efforts on new and innovative technologies and on the development of our boat companies, where we continue to see a lot of potential to transform the on-water experience for consumers."

Evinrude was a well-known name among the Treasure Coast boating community. Ralph Evinrude was the longtime husband of singer and philanthropist Frances Langford living in Jensen Beach from until his death in Evinrude was the president and CEO of Outboard Motor Corporation which manufactured outboards under the Johnson, OMC and Evinrude brand names.

A saltwater outboard engine test facility in Stuart next to the Roosevelt Bridge was named after Evinrude. As recently as , Evinrude donated two E-TEC outboard engines to the Environmental Studies Center in Jensen Beach for its River Scout boat as part of TCPalm's Twelve Days of Christmas program. It was unclear Monday what was the status of the test facility in Stuart.

Better with Evinrude

David East, builder of Horizon catamaran powerboats in Fort Pierce, has always been a devoted Evinrude outboard engine customer. He said the entire marine industry was shocked by the sudden news.

"It caught everybody off guard," said East, who before returning to the boatbuilding sector, was the longtime editor of Florida Sportsman magazine's Best Boat series of magazines, boats and television programs. "The G2 had on issues mechanically or technologically. I rig my boats with Evinrude, Yamaha, Mercury or Daihatsu and my boat is better with an Evinrude. It performs better and has much better fuel efficiency."

East said he his customers began calling when they heard the news.

"My phone rang off the hook for three days straight," East said. "But people who had ordered boats which are still being built said they don't want any other engine. They want the Evinrudes."

East said despite how the company broke the news, there is plenty of customer loyalty, according to message boards like The Hull Truth and Facebook.

"There isn't the brand bashing you might expect there," East said. "Probably because they built a good product."

East said conversations he had Monday with BRP contacts alleviated some of his concerns. He said the company will have to stand behind warranties and parts for the next 12 years partly because their other product lines like Sea Doo, Ski Doo and Can-Am are cross-owned by loyal Evinrude outboard owners.

BRP announced it has entered into an agreement with longtime outboard engine competitor Mercury Marine which will support boat packages and continue to supply outboard engines to our boat brands, Alumacraft and Manitou. It will continue to supply customers and its dealer network service parts and will honor manufacturer limited warranties, plus offer select programs to manage inventory.

The consolidation also will close an Alumacraft operations plant in Arkadelphia, Ark. to one in St. Peter, Minnesota.

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What&#x;s Next?

In late May, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) announced it was discontinuing production of Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboards. The company cited impacts from the COVID shutdowns as the deciding factor.

The news pulled at the heartstrings of many a longtime boater, who has no doubt run an Evinrude outboard at some point. Evinrude was founded in by Ole Evinrude and went on to rule the roost for many years. The company weathered some rough periods, including bankruptcy in the s after a disastrous launch of a direct injection technology called Ficht. Issues with powerheads and exploding engines dissolved consumer confidence. BRP stepped in, purchased the brand, recalled bad engines, improved the technology and brought Evinrude back to the marketplace in with the launch of the E-TEC line of outboards. These engines built on Evinrude&#x;s commitment to two-strokes and delivered more torque and better fuel economy. But the other outboard builders had laid their future on four-stroke engines, and consumers were sold on the benefits of the quieter engines. Convincing boaters to switch back to an Evinrude two-stroke was a tough sell.

This business segment had already been facing some challenges, and the impact from the current context has forced our hand, said José Boisjoli, President and CEO of BRP.

The abrupt closure left Evinrude owners and dealers wondering about service, parts, inventory and warranty issues. BRP says that along with dealer inventory, there are enough engines to fulfill current orders in a timely manner. A network of more than 1, dealers will remain the first point of contact for consumers.

BRP says it will honor manufacturer warranties and support its dealers to ensure a smooth transition. The company will supply parts as needed to both customers and service centers. It will also honor our manufacturer limited warranties and extended service contracts, according to a company statement.

The company will retain the Evinrude name and patents as it switches its focus to its boat brands, including Alumacraft and Manitou in the U.S. and Telwater in Australia. BRP signed a deal with Mercury Marine to be the preferred engine provider for its boats moving forward. BRP also owns Sea-Doo personal watercraft.

We will concentrate our efforts on new and innovative technologies and on the development of our boat companies, where we continue to see a lot of potential to transform the on-water experience for consumers, Boisjoli says.

One of the company&#x;s next-generation technologies is labeled Project Ghost, announced in the fall of , and aims to place an outboard-style power plant under the transom. This would free up deck space and give boats a cleaner look with more square footage to enjoy.

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Evinrude Outboard Motors

Company

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Evinrude Outboard Motors was a North American company that built a major brand of outboard motors for boats. Founded by Ole Evinrude in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in , it was formerly owned by the publicly traded Outboard Marine Corporation (OMC) since but OMC filed for bankruptcy in It was working as a subsidiary of Canadian Multinational Bombardier Recreational Products but was discontinued in May of

Product[edit]

Evinrude outboards produced two-strokedirect-injected engines ranging from 25&#;hp (19&#;kW) to a L V6 &#;hp. They used carburetors until the late s when EPA clean air regulations mandated new technologies. OMC partnered with FICHT of Germany to introduce direct injection. Extensive and thorough durability testing took place to assess the rigor and longevity of the design but the first design did not pass testing standards.

Initial production of the first design started prior to another round of EPA regulations. At the beginning, the company tried retrofitting the previous design in order to bring the motors up to the new standards. These modifications were not carefully engineered or designed and caused significant engine failures, most notably the powerhead failure. This eventually resulted in a recall of that generation of motors. The losses on these motors, the loss of reputation and the surge of competition from Japan and Mercury pushed the company into bankruptcy in

In , Bombardier acquired the Evinrude and Johnson Outboards brands; the FICHT technology was reengineered into E-TEC direct injection. This improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions, oil consumption, noise levels and maintenance needs. This is due in part to a pin-point oiling system that only applies oil to the necessary components, unlike the original two-stroke motors. Evinrude E-TEC was the first outboard engine technology to win the US Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Air Excellence Award which recognizes low emission levels.[1]

All modern Evinrude motors were built and assembled in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, south of Milwaukee.

History[edit]

Ole Evinrude was born in Gjøvik, Norway on April 19, ; five years later, his family emigrated to the United States, settling near Cambridge, Wisconsin. Interested in mechanics from an early age, Evinrude became an apprentice machinist at age 16 and eventually a master pattern maker, as well.

Along with a growing number of people at the turn of the century, Ole Evinrude was fascinated by the potential of the newly developed internal combustion engine, and he set up a firm to build small engines.

While Evinrude concentrated on the mechanical and engineering aspects of the new firm, he entrusted the bookkeeping and business end of the firm to his assistant, Bessie Cary. The story surrounding Evinrude's invention of the outboard boat engine revolves around a picnic that Cary and Evinrude enjoyed on Okauchee Lake, in the lake country west of Milwaukee, two and one-half miles from shore. Cary expressed a desire for a dish of ice cream and Evinrude rowed back to shore for it. Of course, the ice cream was melted by the time he returned, but Evinrude, inspired by the incident, was determined to design an engine that would replace the oar as a means of boat propulsion.

Cary and Evinrude were married in In , Evinrude founded Evinrude Motors in Milwaukee. The firm immediately began to develop its first outboard motor, a one-cylinder, &#;hp (&#;kW) model, which became an instant success upon its introduction in [2]

Because of Bessie's poor health, the Evinrudes sold their company in , and Ole agreed to not re-enter the outboard motor business for five years. His inventive mind kept busy, however, and during his "retirement", he devised a much-improved, two-cylinder outboard engine. In he and Bessie formed the ELTO Outboard Motor Company (ELTO standing for Evinrude's Light Twin Outboard). This new outboard engine was also very successful, and in the ELTO company merged with the original Evinrude company (since renamed the Outboard Marine Corporation) and the Lockwood Motor Company, with Evinrude the president of this new company.

Bessie, who had retired in for health reasons, died in in Milwaukee. Ole Evinrude died the following year on July 12 in Milwaukee, and the company was taken over by their son, Ralph. In the Evinrude company merged with the Johnson Motor Company to form the Outboard Marine Corporation. During World War II the company manufactured motors for various types of military marine craft.

In the s and s, engines were used in midgets racers. These &#;cu&#;in (&#;cc)[3] Four 4 cylinder, water-cooled horizontally opposed engines ran on special racing fuel: 82% methanol, 10% toluene or benzol, and 8% castor oil (which was available in 5&#;US&#;gal (19&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal) cans from drug stores), plus tetraethyllead (also available in drug stores) to avoid engine knock.[3] They would rev close to 8, rpm and could produce 80&#;hp (60&#;kW), close to 1 horsepower per pound (&#;kW/kg) of engine weight.[3]

OMC declared chapter 11 bankruptcy in and its assets were subsequently acquired by Bombardier Recreational Products, which continued to build Evinrude branded outboard motors.

On May 27, , BRP announced that they would be retiring the Evinrude brand and would exit the outboard boat motor market.[4] The modern Evinrude E-TEC motors were among the lowest emission and highest power-to-weight ratio outboards produced.

Evinrude's name continues today not only on many an outboard motor but also by the presentation of the Ole Evinrude Award. Given annually by the New York Boat Show, this award is presented in recognition of an individual's contributions to the growth of recreational boating.

Movie references[edit]

In the Disney movie The Rescuers, the dragonfly in the Bayou, which was the source of propulsion for a boat for the rescuers, was named Evinrude. Evinrude has also been used in multiple James Bond movies, including a scene from Live and Let Die.

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evinrude_Outboard_Motors

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