A Yamaha outboard motor is a propulsion system for boats that consists of an automatic unit that includes an engine, gearbox and propeller or jet drive. In addition to providing propulsion, a Yamaha outboard motor also provides steering control for a boat because these motors are designed to rotate on their mounts and control the direction of thrust. Yamaha outboard motors in Dubai can be easily disassembled for storage or repairs.
The Waterman motorboat was the first gasoline-powered motorboat to be offered for sale in significant numbers.
The most successful early boat engine was created by Norwegian-American inventor Ole Evinrude in 1909. Between 1909 and 1912, Ewinrod built thousands of their boats, and the 3-horsepower units were sold around the world. The Evinrude Outboard Company was sold to other owners, and he found success after founding the ELTO Company to produce a two-cylinder engine. ELTO stood for Evinrude Light Twin Outboard.
Types of outboard engines in Dubai
Trolling motors, electric and gasoline outboard motors can all be used in our outboards. This guide will help you determine which one you need depending on your application and needs.
- Trolling engines
Trolling motors are a hassle-free option that require no adjustment, oiling or gas. To use this engine you need a deep cycle battery and a trickle charger. Lead-acid batteries have different prices depending on the quality and ampere-hour rating. These engines require little maintenance to ensure they last for years. In general, these engines are the most economical option for motoring a ship. All our trolling motors are compatible with both freshwater and saltwater. Our trolling motors come in 24" to 55" shafts to meet the needs of many boats.
Trolling motors are measured in thrust and should not be compared to horsepower. The more thrust you have, the more weight you can push. All trolling motors run at a similar RPM and produce approximately 3-4.5 mph. Trolling motors are a great option for fishing because they are very quiet.
- Electric inflatable boat motor
Electric boat motors use brushless direct drive technology, which is highly efficient, quiet and requires very little maintenance. Electric boat motors have much more power and produce more speed compared to trolling motors. These engines can reach speeds of 5.8 to 15 mph, depending on the model and conditions. Electric boat engines are an environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline engines. The lithium batteries that power the motor can be recharged hundreds of times. Another advantage is that electricity costs less than gas. They are maintenance-free, meaning you don't need to add oil or replace engine parts regularly. Like trolling motors, they should be washed with fresh water after each use and stored in a dry place.
- Gasoline inflatable boat engine
The advantage of a gas boat engine is that it can travel faster and farther in a shorter amount of time. We recommend using a 2.5-20 HP motor with inflatable boats. These motors can reach speeds from 9 to 25 mph depending on horsepower, boat type, weight, water and wind conditions. Motors can handle more significant wind, sloshing and current. These motors can move with more gas and need less fuel compared to trolling motors and electric motors. Most motorhubs used on boats have a manual pull cord to start the motor.
Uses of Yamaha Gasoline Boat Engine in UAE
Yamaha boat engines have different types that are used in different places depending on their application. In the following, we review some of these applications together.
- Big gasoline boat engine
Big boat engines have up to 100 horsepower. For these models, 2, 3 and 4 cylinder engines are used, which have 15 to 135 horsepower suitable for bodies up to 17 feet (5.2 meters) long. Yamaha spare parts are available in Dubai for this boat.
- Portable gasoline boat engine
Small gasoline boat engines, up to 15 horsepower or more, are easily portable. They are attached to the boat through a clip and are easily moved from boat to boat. These engines usually use a manual start system. The gas and gear controls are mounted on the engine body and have a steering wheel. The smaller engines of these boats weigh less than 12 kg (26 lb), have an integral fuel tank, and have enough power to propel the small craft at about 8 knots (15 km/h; 9.2 mph).
These engines are used to supply labor for small industries such as boats, barges, canoes and for auxiliary power for sailboats.
The development period of Yamaha spare parts in Dubai
Gasoline boat engines have recently been developed, like a regular gasoline engine, they have an alternating current (AC) or (DC) electric motor, with this setting an engine can produce 10 kW of output or more, and is capable of a gasoline engine of 15 horsepower or more.
The advantage of an induction or asynchronous motor is to transfer power to the rotor using electromagnetic induction. Since these motors do not use permanent magnets, they require less maintenance and run at lower RPM.
They create more torque. The first known boat engine was a small 5 kilo (11 lb) electric unit designed around 1870 by Gustave Trouvé and patented in May 1880. In 1896, about 25 gasoline powered boats were produced by the American Motors Company.
Gasoline boat engine manufacturing companies
Honda Motor Company introduced its first four-stroke engine, but in 1984, Yamaha introduced its first powerful four-stroke engine. These engines were only available in lower horsepower ranges.
In 1990, Honda introduced 35 hp and 45 hp four-stroke models. They continued to play a role in the development of four-stroke engines during the 1990s as US and European emissions regulations such as CARB (California Air Resources Board) led to the proliferation of four-stroke boats.
Initially, North American manufacturers such as Mercury and OMC used engine technology from Japanese manufacturers such as Yamaha and Suzuki until they were able to develop their own four-stroke engine. The inherent advantages of four-stroke engines include: less pollution (especially oil in water), reduced noise, increased fuel consumption, and increased torque.
Honda Marine Group, Mercury Marine, Mercury Racing, Nissan Marine, Suzuki Marine, Tawatsu Boats, Yamaha Marine and China Ocean-Haifong Marine have all produced new four-stroke engines, some of which are carbureted.
The new gasoline outboard engines benefit from advanced technology such as multiple valves per cylinder, variable camshaft timing (Honda VTEC), boosted low-end torque (Honda BLAST), 3-way cooling systems, and closed-loop fuel injection. Mercury and Rado four-strokes are unique in terms of being supercharged.
The difference between two-stroke and four-stroke gasoline boat engines
Fuel savings in two direct injection four-stroke boats improved from 10% to 80% compared to conventional two-strokes. Of course, we should not neglect to mention the important point that depending on rpm and load at cruising speed, about 30% improvement in mileage was more in four-stroke engines than two-stroke.
The gap between two-stroke and four-stroke fuel economy is starting to narrow. Two-stroke boat engine manufacturers have recently introduced new technologies that help improve two-stroke fuel economy.
Gasoline boat engine installation height
The height of the gasoline boat engine on the trans is an important factor in achieving optimal performance. The engine should be as tall as possible without venting with loss of water pressure, which minimizes the hydrodynamic drag effect during operation and provides greater speed.
Gasoline boat engine ventilation
Ventilation is a phenomenon that occurs when surface air or exhaust gas (in the case of engines equipped with a hub exhaust) is drawn into the rotating propeller blades. By pushing the propeller more into the air instead of the water, the load on the engine is greatly reduced, causing the engine to spin and the propeller to spin so fast that it causes pitting.
The main causes of ventilation are: the engine is over-ridden, the engine is over-modified, damage to the anti-injection plate, damage to the impeller, a foreign object lodged in the distributor ring.
Buying and selling gasoline boat engines
To buy or sell all kinds of gasoline boat engines, you can act in a traditional way and buy all kinds of gasoline boat engines by visiting marine stores in the north and south of the country.
With the emergence of specialized marine sites such as ship owners, marine industry activists can participate in the purchase or sale of all types of gasoline boat engines by referring to these specialized sources.
Gasoline boat engine price
For pricing on all types of gasoline boat engines, it is possible to refer to the number of hours of operation of the engine, the brand of the engine and the year of manufacture, along with the health of the engine body.
The Marine Dubai site, which is a specialized marine authority in cyberspace, can provide special assistance to marine operators for pricing on a variety of Yamaha spare parts.
To buy or sell a boat motor, once you have selected the desired inflatable boat or motor boat at the right price on the official Dubai Marine website, secure your purchase with just a few easy clicks. You can also use the free and specialized advice of this site's consultants to ensure your purchase.
Introduction of Yamaha spare parts in UAE
A wide range of engines that are capable of igniting a combustible material without the need for an electric spark are called diesel engines. The diesel engine uses the method of raising the temperature for combustion.
To raise the temperature, it needs different parts, each of which has a specific function. In this way, it increases the temperature of the combustion chamber very much and after the temperature rises enough, at this time, it combines the combustible material with the air.
Spark ignition engines differ from diesel engines in the type of feeding, fuel regulation and the type of parts used.
The parts and components of the diesel engine, regardless of their power and number of cylinders, are as follows
- Injector pump
which is responsible for adjusting the amount of fuel and the pressure required for fuel distribution
which causes the fuel to be powdered and helps to better combine fuel with air.
- Fuel filter
which filters fuel and cleans fuel and prevents damage to diesel engine components.
- Fuel pipes
These pipes must be resistant to fuel pressure and heat so that they can properly transfer fuel from the tank to the engine.
- Turbo charging
This device increases the air entering the cylinder and increases the efficiency of the diesel engine will be
Internal parts and skeleton of diesel engine including cylinder - cylinder head - bushings - piston - ring - gears - valves - oil pump or oil pump - radiator - propeller belt - thermostat - water pipes - air intake and exhaust systems - Auxiliary systems - steel chassis supporting the diesel engine.
Power supply systems that include warning lights, alternators, thermo starters, spark plugs, coils and wiring and are responsible for transmitting power to various engine components.
Diesel engine cooling system, which includes parts such as radiator, water hose and water pump, and has the task of transferring the heat of the diesel engine to the outside.
Two-stroke engines, like any other engine model, need two-stroke engine oil to lubricate and improve engine performance. These oils are special for this type of engine and are designed with special characteristics. Oil prevents damage to two-stroke engines.
Two-stroke engine oil is called engine oil that is made from mineral base oil. The use of this engine oil is to lubricate the internal components of two-stroke engines. This engine oil is for vehicles that work with engines and their engines are two-stroke, such as jet skis, chainsaws, boats, trolleys, cross motorcycles, electric motors, water pumps, karting, etc. are being used.