Without Licence … Really?
According to Suzuki when navigating with the outboard motors DF40A or DF40A ARI there is need for a boating licence.
Reading this my initial reaction was some suspicion so I did research. This is what I’ve found:(more…)
This is a promotional video for the Marshall RIBs line powered by Suzuki outboard engines.
The video showcases the various features of the Marshall RIBs, including their inflatable pontoons, deep-V hulls, and spacious decks.
It gives a glimpse of the various Rigid Inflatable Boats models in action like gliding through gentle waters and creating a picture-perfect moment.
In addition to showcasing the boats themselves, the video also highlights the partnership between Italian RIB brand and Suzuki, emphasizing the synergy between the two brands and the quality of their products.
I’ve collected more videos of this brand here on RIBsONLY.com.(more…)
Thanks to the Suzuki keyless start system, you don’t have to use a key to turn your engine on. All you need is a remote control. The proximity sensor detects its signal and that unlocks the engine and ignition systems too.
The Suzuki DF175A is powered by a 2,867cc 16-valve DOHC engine with a high gear ratio of 10.2: 1.
The Suzuki DF40A Ari on this Marshall m4 offers 42% more forward thrust and is 12% more efficient. This outboard uses a timing chain instead of a rubber belt.
DF40A vs DF40A ARI
Compared to the classic DF40A, the DF40A ARI delivers 42% more forward thrust, improving outboard acceleration efficiency by 12%.
The thermal unit of this Suzuki 4-stroke outboard comes from the DF60AV and takes up 943 cc on its cubature, with three cylinders in a row, which makes it lighter and more compact.