What does it mean?

What does it mean?


Understanding the Model Codes


The model names and code letters make it easy to select exactly the right outboard. As in the example below, the prefix letter indicates the basic engine type, the number gives a guide to approximate shaft horsepower and the single letter immediately after the number shows the `generation` of the model. Any additional code letters identify the variant of the engine (ie: electric or manual start, steering method, type of tilt, shaft length etc).

Product Name

F 350 A ET X



Prop Shaft



Shaft Length
( ): Suitable
Boat Transom

  • E: Enduro
  • F: Four stroke
  • L: Counter Rotation
  • T: High Thrust
  • K: Kerosene
  • Z: HPDI
  • No Marking: Standard two stroke
  • 2~350
  • A and Up
  • Starter
  • M: Manual Starter
  • E: Electric Starter
  • W: Manual & Electric Steering
  • H: Tiller Handle
  • C: Tiller & Remote Control
  • No Marking: Remote Control (without Tiller Handle)
  • Tilt system
  • D: Hydro Trim & Tilt
  • P: Power Tilt
  • T: Power Trim & Tilt
  • No Marking: Manual Trim & Tilt
  • Lubrication System
  • O: Oil Injection
  • No Marking: Pre- Mixing
  •     S: S (15in.)
  •     L: L (20in.)
  •     Y: LL (22in.)
  •     X: UL (25in.)
  •  U: SUL(30in.)



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