Honda BF60 Tiller: Features and Specifications

Features

Honda Marine's BF60 EFI tiller model provides the perfect blend of powerful acceleration and best-in-class fuel efficiency for fresh and salt water boating applications.

The model's 998cc, in-line 3-cylinder engine features Electronic Fuel Injection, Honda's patented Boosted Low Speed Torque (BLAST) system, and Lean Burn Control for outstanding performance and fuel efficiency. Tiller models also incorporate Honda's adjustable trolling system, which allows for trolling speed adjustment in 50 RPM increments from 750 RPM to 1,000 RPM, as well as a handle-mounted power tilt/trim switch located at the operator's fingertips to ensure user safety and comfort. BF60 EFI tillers also boast an integrated 4-lamp warning system that uses visual, audio, and RPM reduction circuits to alert the operator of conditions that contribute to engine damage.

One of the lightest engines in its class, the 239-pound BF60 EFI features a lightweight, 22-amp alternator with best-in-class 17-amp charging capacity for multiple electronic accessories.

Specifications

Engine    
Type   Four-Stroke In-Line 3-Cylinder
Displacement   998 cc
Bore & Stroke   73.0x 79.5 mm (2.87 x 3.13 in)
Full Throttle HP Range   5,000 RPM - 6,000 RPM
HP Rating at Propshaft   60HP @ 5,500 RPM
Induction Scavenging   SOHC
Valves Per Cylinder   4
Fuel Delivery   Programmed Electronic Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
Ignition System   Microcomputer Controlled
Starting System   Electric
Lubrication   Wet Sump
Cooling System   Water Cooled
Alternator   22 amp
Battery Charging Power   17 amp
Trim Range   3-Stage: 7°, 13°, 21°
Tilt Range   60°
Steering Angle (left-to-right)   50°
     
Drive    
Gear Ratio   2.07:1
Gear Shift   F-N-R
Propeller   Optional
     
Dimensions    
Transom Height(s)   (L) 521 mm / 20 in
    (X) 648 mm / 25 in
Dry Weight   (L) 108 kg / 239 lbs
    (X) 115 kg / 253 lbs
  • Dry weight does not include propeller, battery cables, motor oil, or gear case oil
  • Specifications subject to change without notice.
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