Suzuki Outboard Service Manuals PDF

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Suzuki DF 25/ 30 Service Manual.pdf

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Suzuki DF115W/ 140W Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF140 Setup Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF150 Service Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF150/ 150W/ 175 Owners Manual [RUS].rar

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Suzuki DF150/ DF175 Service Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF2.5 Owners Manual [RUS].rar

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Suzuki DF20/ 25 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF200/ 225/ 250 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF200/ DF225/ DF250 Service Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF200W/ 225W/ 250 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF250AP/ 300AP Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF300 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF4/ 5/ 6 Owners Manual [RUS].rar

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Suzuki DF4/ DF5 Service Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF40/ 50 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF40/ DF50 Service Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF40A/ 50A/ 60A Owners Manual [RUS].rar

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Suzuki DF50W Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF60/ 70 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF60/ DF70 Service Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF70A/ 80A/ 90A Owners Manual [RUS].rar

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Suzuki DF70W Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF8A/ 9.9A Owners Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF9,9/ DF15 Service Manual [EN].pdf

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Suzuki DF9.9/ 15 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF9.9B/ 15A/ 20A Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF90/ 115/ 140 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DF90/ DF100/ DF115/ DF140 four stroke Service Manual.pdf

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Suzuki DT2.2 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DT30 Owners Manual [RUS].rar

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Suzuki DT40 Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DT40W(E)/ WR Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DT40WK Owners Manual [RUS].pdf

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Suzuki DT9.9/ 15 Owners Manual [RUS].rar

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Suzuki Outboard Engine DT-40 Parts Catalogue [EN].pdf

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Suzuki Outboard Service Manual DF90-100-115-140K1-K9 (99500-90J07-03E) [EN].pdf

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Suzuki Outboard Workshop Manuals (All motors years 1988 to 2003) [EN].pdf

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Ultimate Outboard Model Year Identification Guide [EN].pdf

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Suzuki Motor Corporation (Suzuki Kabushiki-Kaisha) is a multinational corporation headquartered in the Japanese city of Hamamatsu.

 

 

 

She specializes in the production of cars, motorcycles, ATVs, Suzuki outboard engines, other equipment and many different small internal combustion engines. The corporation has thirty five factories in twenty three countries.

 

Outboard engines are manufactured by a division of Suzuki Marine.

Suzuki outboard motor service manuals
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Boat motors, regardless of the power and number of cycles, are thoroughly tested and tested before implementation. The materials and components used are of the highest quality, so all modifications are characterized by increased reliability and correspond to the stated characteristics.

  • Two-stroke engines (DT) are presented in five versions with powers: 2.2; 9.9; 15; thirty; 40 horsepower. Suspended boat motors (PLM) of this type are convenient in terms of frequent shipments, since they have a lightweight design. They are quickly gaining momentum, easy to manage and maintain.
  • Four-stroke engines (DF) are represented by a wide power range (from 2.5 to 300 horsepower). Moreover, the gradation occurs with an optimal pitch, which allows you to accurately select the desired engine for the swimming facility.

All products can be divided into two groups according to engine power. The first (2-10 horsepower) are models for small boats, intended for amateur use. The second group, with an engine capacity of 15-20 liters. forces already intended for pleasure craft of small capacity and yachts.

 

The second principle of division is associated with technical features and is based on the number of work cycles. Some engines operate on the principle of fuel intake - exhaust gases. Others besides these also have intermediate cycles: compression and working stroke. Two-stroke engines are lighter, they are simpler in terms of design, maintenance and cheaper. Four stroke is an example of excellence in technology. They are more economical, environmentally cleaner, have an increased efficiency, although they cost and are more expensive to maintain.

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