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Old 17 May 2012, 18:44   #1
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90hp & 70hp

Is there any one out there that can answer this question.
Is a 2004 70hp 4 stroke suzuki outboard engine the same engine as a 90hp 4 stroke suzuki outboard?
As they weigh the same 341 pounds.
Any help would much appreciated.
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Old 17 May 2012, 19:18   #2
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No, the DF60/70 from 2004 are basically the same motor, while the DF90 is the same as the DF115.
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Thanks For that Downhilldai but dos that mean that the 2004 DF70hp & DF60hp have the same pawer head and if so could you actually tweak up the pawer on the DF60hp to become a DF70hp?
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Possibly. But you'd be looking at a different ecu for a start and probably different mechanical components too. I know the larger engines based on matching blocks have different valve trains for example.
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Best to check a parts listing to see which components differ.

Brownspoint marine are pretty good for checking Soozook parts
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