Engine V6 225


225 HP – Model-specific elements

E225DCX 524 lbs /
238 kgs
25″ /
635 mm
E225DPX 524 lbs /
238 kgs
25″ /
635 mm
DE225CX 524 lbs /
238 kgs
25″ /
635 mm
DE225PX 524 lbs /
238 kgs
25″ /
635 mm

Common Elements

Limited Warranty 3-Year, Non-Declining
Engine type V6 90° E-TEC DI
Displacement 200 cu in/3279 cc
Recommended fuel 87 Octane
Emissions compliance CARB 3 Star, U.S EPA, European Union
Recommended Oil Evinrude/Johnson XD100™ Oil
Propshaft HP 225 HP (168 kw) @ 5150 RPM
Full Throttle RPM Range 5250-6000 RPM
Alternator output 133 Amps Total Output/ 50 Amps Net Dedicated
Fuel induction E-TEC DI w/ Stratified low RPM combustion mode
Lubrication Multi-point, targeted oiling
Bore x Stroke 3.854 x 2.858 in / 98 x 73 mm


What’s the goal of power and performance? Simple. Beat everything on the water in everything from speed and torque to fuel efficiency. Whether you’re running slow, fast or anywhere in between.

Instant throttle response
When you say jump, we jump. Out of the hole and across the entire performance curve. Not just select points. The key is that every revolution is a power stroke. That means twice the power strokes of a four stroke. Plus, the computer-controlled engine management system delivers the perfect fuel mix directly to the combustion chamber for hair-trigger response.
Less fuel
The engine management system makes more than 8 million calculations per second. You get the precise amount of fuel you need at any given rpm. Not a droplet more. A big advantage when you’re running big water. Plus, you’re buying 87 octane fuel – not premium, like some two- and four-strokes require.
High torque
The natural two-stroke advantage combined with our super-natural fuel-injection and combustion system. That’ll give you up to 23% more torque than a comparable Yamaha four-stroke. Hole shots? More like sling shots.
High horsepower
Our horses never hold back. You get to your running speed faster. You hold it more consistently. Even when you’re pounding big waves on big water.
Less weight, more power
You’re on plane faster, with less bow rise so you can see the open water in front of you. Simply better control and better handling.
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