Suzuki Outboard 350ATX2

Features

  • Suzuki Contra Rotating Propellors
  • Multi Point Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection
  • O2 Sensor Feedback Control System
  • Suzuki Precision Control System
  • Suzuki Lean Burn Control System
  • Variable Valve Timing System
  • Two-Stage Gear Reduction System
  • Offset Driveshaft
  • Direct Ignition
  • Spherical Bore Throttle Body
  • Water in Fuel Warning System
  • Suzuki Easy Start System
  • Over-Rev. Limiter
  • Low Oil Pressure Caution
  • Fully Transistorized Ignition
  • Timing Chain
  • Troll Mode
  • Fresh Water Flushing System
  • Power Trim and Tilt
  • Tilt Limit
  • Streamlined Gear Case
  • Two-way low water inlet 
  • Speedometer Pickup of Gear Case
  • Standard Color is Shadow Black Metalic – Now Available in Cool White
  • Suzuki Anti-Corrosion System

It’s no secret that there is a growing demand for more powerful outboard motors. These new outboard motors have fueled a demand for larger boat designs that previously may have been powered by stern drive or other inboard power. As more powerful outboards are introduced, the boats get bigger and as the boats get bigger, outboards are getting more muscular. Suzuki has embarked on a major engineering expedition to build the Ultimate 4-Stoke Outboard Motor. In developing the new DF350A, Suzuki Engineers started with a clean sheet of paper and considered many factors for this design. Making more horsepower can be accomplished in many ways. The engine design can include larger displacement and adding turbo chargers or superchargers. However, larger displacement engines typically burn more fuel and increase the overall weight. While adding complex mechanical components can create reliability concerns. Once you have all of that horsepower, now the challenge is getting it to hook up or grab traction in the water. Suzuki Engineers labored through years of trial and success with computer simulations and on water testing to significantly improve the way an outboard motor converts engine power to underwater thrust. Join us as Suzuki introduces the next milestone in our history…..The 350 horsepower DF350A….Suzuki’s Ultimate 4-Stroke Outboard Motor.                 *Available in Cool White and Pearl Nebular Black*

Specs:

Body Color:

  • Shadow Black Metalic or Cool White

Recommended Transom Height (inches):

  • X: 25 XX: 30 With Suzuki Contra Rotating Propellors

Starting System:

  • Electric – Suzuki Start System

Weight LBS:

  • X 727, XX 747

Engine Type:

  • DOHC 24-Valve

Fuel Delivery System:

  • Multi Point Sequential Electronic Fuel Dual Injection with Lean Burn and Oxygen Sensor

No. Of Cylinders:

  • V6 (55°)

Piston Displacement inches (cc):

  • 267.9 (4390)

Bore X Stroke Inches (mm):

  • 3.74 x 3.82 (98 x 97)

Maximum Output HP:

  • 350

Operating Range (RPM):

  • 5700 – 6300

Steering:

  • Remote

Troll Mode:

  • Optional Troll Mode – See Dealer

Oil Pan Capacity quarts (liter):

  • 8.5 (8.0)

Ignition System:

  • Solid State Direct Ignition

Alternator:

  • 12V 54A

Trim Position:

  • Power Trim and Tilt

Gear Ratio:

  • 2.29:1

Standard Propeller:

  • Conta Rotating Propellors – See Dealer for options

Propeller Selection:

  • TBD

DF350A   Advantages

Model Name: DF350 Verado™ F350
Manufacturer: Suzuki Mercury Yamaha
Horsepower: 350 350 350
Shaft Length (Inches): X (25), XX (30) X (25), XX (30) X (25), XX (30)
Weight (Lbs): X (727), XX (647) X (649), XX (667) X (763), XX (780)
Cylinders: V-6 (55°) Inline 6 V8 (60°)
Valves Per Cylinder: DOHC 4 Valves Per Cyl DOHC 4 Valves Per Cyl DOHC 4 Valves Per Cyl
Valve Train Drive: Self adjusting oil bathed chain with variable valve timing Single overhead timing belt Belt drive with variable value timing
Displacement: 267.9 cu. in. (4390 cc) 158.5 cu in. (2598 cc) 325.2 cu.in. (5330 cc)
Bore and Stroke (Inches/mm): 3.74 x 3.82 in. (98 x 97 mm) 3.23×3.23 in (82x82mm) 94x96mm (3.70 x 3.78 in)
Operating Range (RPM): 5700 – 6300 5800 – 6400 5000 – 6000
Induction System: EFI / Suzuki Lean Burn & Oxygen Sensor EFI – Supercharged EFI
Starting System: Electric / Suzuki Start System Electric Electric
Lubrication: Wet sump Integrated dry sump Wet Sump
Oil Tank Capacity: 8.5 qt. (8.0 lit.) 8.5 qt. (8.0lit) 6.9 qt. (6.6 lit)
Ignition: Direct Ignition Digital Inductive TCI Micro Computer
Alternator: 12V 54A 12V 70A 12V 50A
Trim Type: Power Trim and Tilt Power Trim and Tilt Power Trim and Tilt
Gear Ratio: 2.29:1 with Contra Rotating Props 1.75:1 1.73:1
CARB Emissions Rating: 3-Star Ultra Low 2-Star Very Low 3-Star Ultra Low
Standard Propellers (Blades x Dia. x Pitches (Ins.)): Optional – See Dealer Optional – See Dealer Optional – See Dealer
Counter Rotation: Suzuki Dual Contra-Rotating Propellers Available Available
Range of Avail. Optional Propeller Pitches: 19.5- 31.5 Unknown Unknown
Steering: Remote Remote Remote

DF350A Advantages

Over Mercury
  • Lightweight, compact design can be mounted on 27″ center without contact
  • Natural Aspiration vs. SuperCharge. Every Authorized Suzuki Dealer can service vs. Limited Authorized Service Centers
  • Suzuki Lean Burn Control System and Oxygen Sensor for up to 14% better fuel economy.
  • Offset Drive shaft = Better balance
  • Self adjusting timing chain vs. Over head belt. No belt maintenance or adjustment necessary.
  • Easy access Shim and Bucket valve adjustment quick and accurate valve adjustment vs. expensive service
  • 257.4 cu. in. vs. 158.5 cu. in. No replacement for displacement.
  • 2.29 : 1 vs 1.75 : 1. Lower gear ratio to swing a larger prop for improved acceleration – Streamline Gearcase w/ Two-Way Low Water Inlet – 18 % less drag
  • Suzuki Dual Contra Rotating Propellers – Standard and Counter Rotation in one lower unit.
  • 89 Octane vs. 92 Octane
  • 3 Star vs. 2 Star
  • Cleaner Emissions
Over Yamaha 
  • Suzuki Lean Burn Control System and Oxygen Sensor for up to 14% better fuel economy.
  • Offset Drive shaft. Better balance on the transom.
  • Self adjusting timing chain vs. Over head belt. No belt maintenance or adjustment necessary.
  • Easy access valve inspection and adjustment with Shim over Bucket vs. Expensive Shim Under Bucket
  • 727 lbs vs. 763 lbs – Better “Power to Weight” ratio
  • 2.29 : 1 vs 1.75 : 1. Lower gear ratio to swing a larger prop for improved acceleration – Streamline Gearcase w/ Two-Way Low Water Inlet – 18% less drag
  • Suzuki – Dual Contra Rotating Propellers – Standard and Counter Rotation in one lower unit.