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The new 90 H.O. is the eighth member of Evinrude’s high output family, which also includes 250, 225, 200, 150,135,115 and 15 HP models.

It’s a powerful performer when compared to Evinrude’s normal 90 HP outboard, which is an in-line three-cylinder configuration that measures 79 cubic inches of displacement. The 90 H.O is essentially a detuned 115-HP V-4 and puts that extra cylinder and resulting added potential (105 cubic inches) to good use with quicker hole shots and the ability to push larger and heavier hulls, while still being rated with an engine decal that is under 100 sea horses.

Although four-strokes make up the majority of new outboards sold every year, both in new boat OEM sales and for repowering, there still is a place in the marine marketplace for two-strokes. It’s been my experience that two-stroke direct injection motors (like the E-TEC) actually get better fuel economy compared to four-strokes. The down side of two-strokes is the need to add expensive outboard oil, which can exceed $32 a gallon and adds significantly to daily operational costs. On the plus side, two-strokes tend to be more peppy than their four-stroke counterparts, since all cylinders are firing with every turn of the crankshaft, versus the four-stroke combustion process that is firing on only half of its cylinders for every rotation of the crank. That’s why four-strokes have traditionally been larger, heavier and with more internal displacement, to make up for this shortfall. Four-strokes also have many more moving parts compared to a two-stroke (valves, oil sumps, camshafts, etc.) and require expensive oil changes every 100 hours or once a season. You get the picture; there’s no right or wrong answer here. Both two-strokes and four-bangers have a useful place on the transom of a coastal or back bay fishing boat.

What’s unique about the Evinrude E-TEC family of outboards is the lack of initial maintenance. According to the factory folks, no maintenance is required for the first three years (or 300 hours) of ownership. That translates to zero inspections or adjustments, no changing gearcase lube, no spring tune-ups (the iridium spark plugs are good for 300+ hours), no nothing for a full three years, and then every three years after that. A lot of money goes back into your pocket, and will certainly help you to buy some extra two-stroke outboard oil! There are significantly fewer parts in an Evinrude E-TEC compared its typical four-stroke counterpart; approximately 195 fewer parts or so. There are no valves, belts, camshafts or pulleys to adjust or replace, which certainly eliminates numerous potential problem areas and enhances theoretical reliability. What’s really slick about the Evinrude E-TEC outboards is their “auto storage” feature. When it’s time to put it to sleep for the winter, the engine fogs itself automatically in minutes, with no trip to the dealer. It’s so easy, you can do it any time. If you keep your boat in the northeast, you’ll be able to go fishing if you get a winter warm spell and then bring your rig back home, hit the auto store function and put her back to sleep. Nice!

Evinrude recently ran some factory tests with the new 90 E-TEC H.O. set on the transom of a Carolina Skiff 198 DKV, which is a nice match of a semi-vee bottomed bay boat to a relatively modest horsepower outboard. With two people onboard, a full tank of fuel (30 gallons) and spinning a 14.75 x 17 Viper S/S prop, this boat and motor combination hit a top speed of 42 mph which is impressive. Dialing it back to more sedate throttle settings, the cruising speed range for the E-TEC 90 H.O was equally as appealing, netting four-plus miles per gallon from 3000 to 5500 rpms, which covers a wide band of operating speeds from 16.6 to 38.4 mph. So no matter what the wind and water conditions allow, you can speed up or throttle down to match the situation with no penalty in fuel economy. That’s special! Optimum cruise was at 4500 revs, where the Carolina Skiff 198 DKV hit 30.9 mph at 6.45 gph, for a net of 4.8 mpg. Not bad efficiency for a boat and motor combination that weights over 2,000 pounds. When dropping the 90 H.O down to trolling speeds, it sips fuel through a VERY thin straw. Setting the throttle to 1000 rpm will hit 3.9 mph on the GPS at an incredible 0.35 gph for a bottom line of 11.1 mpg. That’s better than some cars out there on the road! You can literally troll the beach for bass all day long for less than a couple of gallons of fuel.

Sours: https://www.thefisherman.com/evinrude-e-tec-90-h-o-two-stroke/

90 hp Johnson Outboard Boat Motor For Sale
Power tilt and trim, Runs Strong! Shaft Length 20" Strong Compression, Ready To Fish!

This is a 90 hp Johnson outboard boat motor. This 2-stroke 90 hp Johnson has power tilt and trim and a stainless steel prop. The shaft length on this motor is 20" which is considered long but standard for outboards over 40hp. This 90 hp Johnson is in very good running condition and is complete and ready to install. We have fully boat tested this engine and it runs perfectly. Compression on this engine is around 120psi even. That is very close to factory specs. We have a complete set of controls we can sell with this engine for $100.00. This engine pushes an 18 ft Carolina Skiff 35-40 mph. This is the perfect outboard motor for someone who is looking to get on the water inexpensively. The Johnson 90 hp will work great as a bass boat engine( short shaft model), Open Fisherman, Cruiser, Offshore boat, Bay Boat, Aqua Sport, Well craft, Hydra Sport, Flats Boat, Race boat. Etc. This is the V-4 model which is the same power head as most Johnson/Evinrude, 90 hp, 110 hp, and 115, hp 4 cylinder engines. Parts are very easy to find and inexpensive since these are some of the most popular motors around. We see a lot of these motors still running strong. The 2 stroke v4 cross-flow OMC outboards were very simple and reliable engines.

Sours: https://www.smalloutboards.com/j9094.htm
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Go to the Next Level With a 90-HP All-In-One Outboard Engine

Consider a 90-horsepower all-in-one outboard to increase your RPM or general horsepower the next time you’re out on the water. eBay listings provide a selection of cylinder models, ignition switches, and proper displacements to choose from.

How are outboard motors rated?

Motors are rated based on the horsepower they have. These contraptions use a combination of jet and propeller power that is rated as HP per RPM. These engines mount to the rear of your boat and then lift in and out of the water when live or stored. Each engine can be doubled or mounted as a single unit. Their aquatic engineering makes them completely suitable for water or rain while still operating with full efficiency. You can find eBay models with ratings from 5 HP on up to 750 HP.

What makes an outboard work?

These machines are internal-combustion chambers that use the same fundamental processes as does your car’s engine. Internal pistons are what move the crankshaft, which then transfers the engine’s power to its propellers. Here are some important parts and processes to consider:

  • Jet drive: This function works in conjunction with the movements of a propeller. There is an impeller in the engine that acts as a pump once water is sucked in. That water is then pressurized as a jet stream in order to create greater propulsion.
  • Mounting bracket: This bracket is essential for installing your engine at the rear of your boat and for the propellers to sit perfectly in water.
  • Powerhead: The powerhead is the main engine component that remains above the water’s surface.
  • Midsection: Here is where you’ll find an extended shaft that allows propellers to reach underwater.

What does a complete boat engine come with?

You have options for EFI or carburetor operated engines. Other components offer you a complete system that can be attached to a boat for immediate use. This includes internal pieces as well as the outer shell of an engine. These engines will be unused or completely refurbished based on factory specifications. Please refer to the model user’s manual for more details.

Sours: https://www.ebay.com/b/90-HP-Outboard-Motor-Complete-Outboard-Engines/177669/bn_60306442
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2018 Evinrude E-TEC 90 HP E90DSL Outboard Motor

2018 Evinrude E-TEC 90 HP E90DSL Outboard Motor

When the fish are biting, time is of the essence. An Evinrude E-TEC engine keeps time on your side with the quickest time to plane.


2018 Evinrude E-TEC 90 HP E90DSL Outboard Motor


  • INSTANT THROTTLE RESPONSE: Every revolution is a power stroke. That means twice the power stroke of a four-stroke. Plus, the lightning-fast microprocessor is the “brain” of the engine. It delivers the perfect fuel mix instantly to the combustion chamber for immediate response, to get you to your destination before anyone else.
  • MORE AVAILABLE AMPERAGE: All Evinrude E-TEC engines have bigger alternators, providing nearly twice the available amperage of competitive engines. Avoid lights dimming out when you need it most and maximize charging for all your accessories.
  • WORRY-FREE MAINTENANCE: No break-in period, no oil changes. No dealer-scheduled maintenance for 3 years or 300 hours.
  • MORE MILES PER HOUR: Get even more extra miles per hour with the Straight Leading Edge gearcase . The Evinrude SLE gearcase features high-efficiency water pickups and a weed-slicing shape up front, for a cooler-running engine and ultimate durability and reliability in the long run.
  • AUTO-STORAGE: The auto storage feature fogs the engines itself in minutes, with no trip to the dealer. An Evinrude E-TEC engine doesn’t require belts, camshafts or exhaust valves, which means there are fewer parts to wear down or malfunction than a four-stroke outboard. Extend the life of your outboard and your boating season.


2018 Evinrude E-TEC 90 HP E90DSL Outboard Motor

General Information


Alternator Output

Total – 81A

Net Dedicated – 25A


Engine Type

Inline E-TEC D.I.



1295 Cubic Centimeter

Bore x Stroke

3.601 x 2.588 in. (91 x 66 mm)



Remote (tiller accessory)

Full Throttle RPM Range

5,000 – 5,500

Fuel Induction

E-TEC Direct Injection with stratified low RPM combustion mode


Multi-point targeted oiling

Oil Tank Capacity – 2.4 gal.

Recommended Oil – Evinrude / Johnson XD-100

Trim System

Trac-1 Power Trim and Tilt

Range – -4˚ to 17˚

Tilt Range – 75°


Controls – Mechanical



3-Year, Non-Declining


2018 Evinrude E-TEC 90 HP E90DSL Outboard Motor

What’s in the box?

1 X Outboard Motor

1 X Outboard Tiller Handle

1 X Fuel Tank

1 X Quick Connect Fuel Line tilt switch

1 x Teleflex SL3 Throttle control Top or side Mount ? + Free Installation Universal Cables

1 X Outboard Warranty Card from manufacturer Valid 5 Years Depending on outboard type

1 X Standart Aluminum Propeller Depending on outboard Brands , type & Horse power.

1 X Trim limiter

3 X Gall Free Oil Depending on outboard Brands Yamalube, Honda Marine Oil, Mercury Premium Oil

1 X Stainless Outboard Anti-Theft

1 X Book Owner’s Manual Guide from manufacturer

1 X Ebook Installation Guide & And how to take care of the engine properly.

3 X Cable Protection System Length 800mm

Sours: https://www.fastoutboard.com/product/2018-evinrude-e-tec-90-hp-e90dsl-outboard-motor/

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Starting the Evinrude 90 HP 2 stroke outboard boat engine.


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