50 to 99 HP Complete Outboard Engines
Are you looking to motorize your rowboat or replace your existing outboard motor? Whether you’re looking for saltwater or freshwater outboard motors, such as ones made by Yamaha, Evinrude, or Mercury, you can find a variety that offer 50 to 99 horsepower. If your marine craft doesn’t have enough power or needs a boost, one of these outboard motors can serve your needs in style.How do you pick an outboard motor?
Outboard engines vary widely, and certain situations call for a different amount of horsepower. If you’re looking to obtain a new outboard, consider a few important questions to help narrow down your selection, such as:
- Are you boating in saltwater or freshwater?
- What is your desired horsepower?
- What is your preferred brand?
- Do you want a four-stroke or two-stroke engine?
- Would you consider an electric model?
Many manufactured outboards are four-stroke, which is a clean, efficient design for boat motors. There are also electric motor models. Yamaha produces many replacement parts for outboard motors. It’s also vital that you use the right kind of motor for the type of water you’re boating in. For example, using a freshwater design in saltwater can cause unnecessary clogs. Finally, you’ll need a design that’s the right power for your cruise; these outboards range from 50 horsepower to 99 horsepower.What are the benefits of Yamaha outboard engines?
Some enthusiasts like Yamaha outboard motors just for the aesthetics of their trims. Yamaha outboards cover the full range of horsepower and are easy to service. Yamaha also produces a number of electric outboard motors. Yamaha outboards are known for the following attributes:
- Sophisticated design
- Quality components
- Many different outboard models for more choices
There are too many variables to take into account to be able to provide an exact number of maximum miles or knots per hour for any particular outboard. That being said, some 50-horsepower outboard engines have been reported to result in speeds in excess of 50 miles per hour. Understanding your boat and the aquatic environment is key to achieving maximum performance, making the following considerations vital to any aspiring motorized mariner:
- Higher horsepower engines result in greater water speeds.
- Horsepower is not the only relevant consideration when calculating speeds.
- Water currents, the type of watercraft, and other variables must also be accounted for.
- Desired speeds can generally be reached by increasing horsepower.