This part is currently on back order with an estimated availability date of 5/21/2023 from the manufacturer. You may still order the part, but it will not be shipped until we receive the part. Cancellation Charges
will apply if you decide to cancel this part off your order before it ships.
T25 25 hp High Thrust (20" Driveshaft) Manual + Electric Start Power Trim Tilt 4-stroke Outboard Boat MotorNote:
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Yamaha requires that all motors must be shipped to an authorized Yamaha dealer. The authorized Yamaha dealer will then install any necessary rigging, test your motor, fill out a detailed engine checklist, and file your warranty paperwork with Yamaha. This will be an additional cost to you (contact your local dealer for that pricing). Dealers are not required to offer this service. Contact us if you need help locating a dealer willing to provide this service. When you check out, enter your local Yamaha dealer's shipping address in the 'ship to' address fields at checkout. Yamaha does not allow dealers to ship engines directly to the customer. If you see a competing dealer that is willing to ship directly to you, they are breaking Yamaha rules and your warranty may not be valid.
UPS allows shipments up to 150 lbs (dimensional weight). During the checkout process our website will calculate the shipping costs for any motor that is under 150 lbs. If the motor is over 150 lbs, the motor will have to be shipped via freight line. Our website will allow you to checkout, but will not include a shipping fee. We will determine the freight cost and have you do a second online transaction to cover the cost of the freight line delivery once we get an exact quote.
Once you place your order, it will take 7-10 days for our warehouse to receive your motor from Yamaha. We will then ship the motor to the authorized Yamaha dealer that you have selected to perform the warranty inspection and paperwork. We will notify you when we have shipped the motor.
Engine Type Two-Cylinder
Displacement 432 cc
Bore x Stroke 63 x 65.1mm (2.554 x 2.558 in.)
Prop Shaft Horsepower 25 hp at 5500 rpm
Full Throttle RPM Range 5000 - 6000
Alternator Output at W.O.T. 16 amps
Compression Ratio 9.3:1
Fuel Induction Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI); SOHC, 2 valves per cylinder
Starting System Manual + Electric
Recommended Engine Oil Yamalube® 4M 10W-30
Recommended Fuel FiltrationYamaha 10-Micron Fuel/Water Separating Filter (external) or Mini-10TM (external)
Shaft Length L=20"
Dry Weight T25LWTC = 64 kg (141 lbs)
Warranty 3-year Pleasure, 3-year Government, 1-year Commercial
C.A.R.B. Two-Star “Very Low Emission” engine.
Comes with aluminum propeller, power trim & tilt, and manual + electric start.
This motor requires a remote control box and throttle/shift cables (not included). This motor also offers an optional 6x4 multi-function tiller handle (optional; not included).
Best power-to-weight ratio of all high-thrust 25 horsepower outboards.
Battery-less Electronic Fuel Injection.
Patent-pending dual thrust propeller re-routes exhaust in the direction of the thrust to provide instant response and exceptional control.
Variable Trolling - Controlled by the Multi-Function Tiller Handle, Command Link display or helm mounted remote switch, Yamaha’s Variable Trolling RPM Switch (VTS®) allows the operator to adjust engine trolling speed from 750 to 1050 rpm in 50 rpm increments. The result is precise and consistent trolling speeds in an array of conditions. You can even set it up to 150 rpm slower than normal idle speed.
External oil draining system for easy maintenance, dealer or consumer.
The new T25 is 30 percent lighter than its predecessor.
**This part was showing on backorder with Yamaha when we checked stock on . Yamaha has an estimated availability date of 05/21/2023.
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|WARNING: Operating, servicing and maintaining a recreational marine vessel can expose you to chemicals including engine exhaust, carbon monoxide, phthalates, and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. To minimize exposure, avoid breathing exhaust, service your vessel in a well-ventilated area and wear gloves or wash your hands frequently when servicing this vessel. |
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