Don Morton Marine: Adelaide, South Australia. When choosing to buy a marine engine, you’ve probably noticed three different types of engines: outboard, inboard and inboard/outboard (I/O). Although you may have preset ideas about one or the other, before you make a decision you should consider many factors.These include Performance, Fuel Efficiency, Functionality, Steering Systems & Tilt, Environmental Controls, Maintenance and Lifetime Costs.
Outboard Motors: Outboard motors are found on a wide variety of motor boats and watercraft, including recreational leisure and and fishing boats. They are reliable and easy to service or replace. They are also simple to store during the off-season which many motor boat owners and operators find appealing as it allows the engine to be completely out of the water when not in use.
Evinrude: The Evinrude E-TEC G2 is a revolutionary concept in outboards, with combustion so clean burning that its reportable emissions are lower than any other engine in its class. Not just clean, but lean too. With 15% better fuel efficiency than its closest competitor, you go further on a tank of fuel. With the Evinrude Difference you get an outboard that performs, and looks like no other outboard on the planet.
All Evinrude E-TEC outboard engines are today assembled at BRP state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Sturtevant. Sturtevant is a village in Racine County, Wisconsin, United States. All Evinrude outboard engines undergo intensive testing which includes real world boating applications at the BRP secure on the water facilities of Illinois and Florida. Evinrude manufactures all of its own aluminium cylinder blocks using a lost-foam casting process. Want up to date information? Join the Evinrude Community and become a News Subscriber.
At Don Morton Marine, we can help you choose the right outboard motor for your watercraft - with options that include Evinrude E-TEC G2, Evinrude E-TEC Jet, Evinrude HO, Evinrude Inline, Evinrude Pontoon and Evinrude Portable. Need assistance with your outboard motor selection? Our knowledgeable staff look forward to being able to assist you with your enquiries. Enquire Now.
Inboard Motors: A typical inboard engine can be positioned in various locations on a boat. The power from the engine to the propeller is transferred through a shaft. Inboard motors typically have more horsepower and better fuel efficiency than an outboard motor. With a low center of gravity inboard motors are a popular choice for commercial fishing and charter boat operators that work in heavy seas. Inboard motors can also help create a smaller wake behind the boat making them ideal for surface water sports such as water-skiing, water tubing or wakeboarding and Volvo Penta Tow Mode.
Volvo Penta can help you find the right engine for your boat with Volvo Penta Repowering & Replacement kits and the Volvo Penta Engine Configurator. The engine configurator is intended as a guide to help you to find the best Volvo Penta engine for your boat. Specify your boat specifications and the performance you want and the Volvo Penta Engine Configurator will show a list of engines that should fit your boat based on the data you provide. Each boat has unique requirements and features in many aspects and calculations from the Volvo Penta Engine Configurator are the result of approximations and estimations.Once you have selected your choice of engine please select Enquire Here for more information or alternatively contact one of our Local Volvo Penta Dealer Network members.
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