Yamaha F6SMHA Short (15″) Shaft, Manual Start, Tiller Controlled, Manf. 09/2021
Manufacturer Part Number: F6SMHA
Warranty: 3 Year
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Core Charge: $15.00
This is a NEW 4 STROKE Yamaha 6 horsepower, tiller controlled, manual start, short (15″) transom outboard motor. Manufactured 09/2021. This motor comes with a 3 YEAR WARRANTY Stock # 6EES-1059918 BIncluded with this OUTBOARD is an owner’s manual.An authorized dealership can set up a warranty on new motor. The “pre=delivery” inspection is not covered in the price of the motor or under warranty. Inspections usually take one to two hours depending. This service can be provided to you through our service department if you wish. It can be done by any Yamaha certified technician; it is not and cannot be done prior to shipping. PDI can only be done once the motor is installed on the boat. Engine Type1 cylDisplacement139ccBore x Stroke62 x 46mm (2.44 x 1.81in)Prop Shaft Horsepower6hp at 5000 rpmFull Throttle RPM Range4500 ~ 5500Alternator Output at W.O.T.6 AmpCompression Ratio8.9:1Fuel Induction SystemCarbWeight 27 kg (59 lbs) – 28 kg (61 lbs)Recommended FuelOctane 87Recommended Engine OilYamalube® 4M (See owner’s manual)Recommended Fuel FiltrationN/AC.A.R.B. Rating3-StarExhaustAbove PropellerIntake2IgnitionCDISpark PlugCR6HSBAlternator Output6 AmpStarting SystemManualLubricationWet SumpEngine Oil Capacity0.6LRecommended CoolingThermostatic ControlEthanol Blend Limit10% MaximumGear Ratio2.08:1Gear ShiftForward, Neutral, ReverseShaft Length15″ – 20″Degree of Tilt69°Degree of Trim-4° through +16°Dry Weight15″ shaft / 27 kg (59 lbs), 20″ shaft / 28 kg (61 lbs) Shipping Weight 96 lbsMounting CentersN/ASteering Angle (maximum)90° from center, either directionWarrantyLimited 3-Year Pleasure, 3-Year Government, 1-Year Commercial PLEASE READ Flat rate shipping applies to US addresses only. Outboard Motors regardless of size, make, or model cannot be ship outside of the Continental United States without special consideration and / or price quotes from a freight forwarding agency. This means if it involves transport by plane or boat an additional charge will be added to the freight. If you are receiving your purchase outside the U.S.A. you should wait to pay for your purchase until you have received an invoice from the seller where the freight has been properly adjusted. The U.S. has five permanently inhabited territories. The above restrictions apply to the following: Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands in the Caribbean Sea, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands in the North Pacific Ocean, and American Samoa in the South Pacific Ocean. These same restrictions also apply to Alaska and Hawaii. The least expensive way to ship freight is from business to business where both parties are accustomed to unloading from ground level by Fork Truck or a proper height Truck Ramp with an approved drive across Deck Plate. Trucking companies will furnish a lift gate service for an extra fee (most times $75.00 to $125.00) and also will deliver to a residence for an extra charge. (Usually around $200.00) These services can get expensive and must be requested by the shipping party. Limited Access Areas, such as: marinas, farms, campgrounds, parks, and other rural locations many times will be subject to extra charges. Even if you have a Legal Business License the commercial truckers may not recognize you as a Business. Most Trucking Companies will allow for consumer pick up at the destination terminal if it has been prearranged by the shipper. This is the best way not to be surprised by unforeseeable extra charges.