Suzuki 250 Ss Outboard Maintenance Manual
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Suzuki's 250SS started it all. The first V6 4-Stroke that was specifically built to power tournament Bass Boats, larger Flats Boats, performance Pontoon Boats and even serious Ski Boats. The other guys were quick to notice and built a few copy cat outboards. But nothing comes close to the DF250SS. A Big Block 'Hot Rod' that will put an ear-to-ear grin on the face of any boater with a need for speed and power. Now available in Shadow Black Metallic and for the 'Special Ops Guys', you can opt for the Matte Black finish. Specs Specs: First Edition Recommended Transom Height (inches) L: 20 X: 25 Starting System Electric Weight LBS L: 578 X: Engine Type DOHC 24-Valve Fuel Delivery System Multi Point Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection No. Of Cylinders V6 (55°) Piston Displacement inches (cc) 245.6 (4028) Bore X Stroke Inches (mm) 3.81 x 3.46 (98 x 89) Maximum Output HP 250 Operating Range (RPM) 5300-6300 Steering Remote Choke N/A Oil Pan Capacity quarts (liter) 8.5 (8.0) Ignition System Solid State Direct Ignition Alternator 12V 54A Trim Position Power Trim and Tilt Gear Ratio 2.08:1 Standard Propeller Optional See Dealer Propeller Selection 17 - 32.
Advantages Model Name: DF250SS Verado™ F225 Sport Model Manufacturer: Suzuki Mercury Yamaha Horsepower: 250 250 225 Shaft Length (Inches): L (20) L (20) L (20) Weight (Lbs): L (578) 635 584 Cylinders: V-6 (55°) Inline 6 V-6 (60°) Valves Per Cylinder: DOHC 4 Valves Per Cyl DOHC 4 Valves Per Cyl DOHC 4 Valves Per Cyl Valve Train Drive: Self adjusting oil bathed chain with variable valve timing Single overhead timing belt Single overhead timing belt Displacement: 245.6 cu. (4028 cc) 158.5 cu in. (2598 cc) 204.6 cu.in. (3352 cc) Bore and Stroke (Inches/mm): 3.81 x 3.46 in. (98 x 89 mm) 3.23x3.23 in (82x82mm) 3.70 x 3.78 in (94.0 x80.5mm) Operating Range (RPM): 5700 - 6300 5800 - 6400 5000 - 6000 Induction System: EFI - Long Trade Intake EFI - Supercharged EFI - Long Track Intake Starting System: Electric Start Electric Electric Lubrication: Wet Sump Integrated dry sump Wet Sump Oil Tank Capacity: 8.7 qt. (8.2 lit.) 8.5 qt.
(8.0lit) 6.1 qt. Ignition: Direct Ignition Digital Inductive TCI Micro Computer Alternator: 12V 54A 12V 70A 12V 46A Trim Type: Power Trim and Tilt Power Trim and Tilt Power Trim and Tilt Gear Ratio: 2.08:1 1.85:1 2.00:1 CARB Emissions Rating: 3-Star Ultra Low 2-Star Very Low Emissions 3-Star Ultra Low Standard Propeller (Blades x Dia. X Pitches (Ins.)): Optional - See Dealer Unknown Unknown Range of Avail. Optional Propeller Pitches: 17 - 32 Unknown Unknown Steering: Remote Unknown Unknown DF250SS Advantages Over Mercury • Natural Aspiration vs.
Every Authorized Suzuki Dealer can service vs. Limited Authorized Service Centers • Offset Drive shaft. Better balance on the transom. • Self adjusting timing chain vs. Over head belt. No belt maintenance or adjustment necessary. • Easy access Shim and Bucket valve adjustment quick and accurate valve adjustment vs.
Expensive service • 245.5 cu. No replacement for displacement. • 2.08: 1 vs 1.75: 1. Lower gear ratio to swing a larger prop for improved acceleration • 578 lbs vs 635 lbs. Better Power to Weight Ratio. 2 Star Clean Emission Over Yamaha • 250hp vs.
225 • 55° vs 60° block for compact, lighter, design • Multi-Stage Induction, Boost torque and maximize power. • Offset Drive shaft. Better balance on the transom. • Self adjusting timing chain vs.
Over head belt. No belt maintenance or adjustment necessary. No replacement for displacement • Streamline Gearcase with 18% less drag for improved acceleration and top end speed.
• 54 Amp charging vs 45 Amp. More power for your electronics. Of oil vs 6.1 qt. More oil for better lubrication and cooling.
Suzuki designed the DF250SS to be a viable replacement for two-stroke power on bass boats. Excuse me while I'll pull my socks back on-they've just been knocked off by the new Suzuki DF250SS, a 250-hp four-stroke designed specifically for the bass-boat market, but also intended to power pontoons and some flats and bay boats. This sounds a lot like the mission statement for the Yamaha F225TRL I reported on last week, except that Yamaha was careful to position its new 20-inch four-stroke as power for fish 'n ski boaters and others who did not require maximum performance.
Suzuki has introduced the SF250SS with no excuses and no qualifiers-this is a serious, go-fast outboard. Suzuki says the performance benchmarks it used when developing the DF250SS were the Mercury Optimax 250 ProXS and the Yamaha Vmax 250 HPDI, both strong performers in the bass segment, and both direct-injected two-strokes. Suzuki is hoping the DF250SS is the first true four-stroke alternative in this market. In the bass segment, the two-stroke has remained dominant for two reasons. 93 Hd Flh Service Manual more.
One is weight. A bass boat by design carries a lot of weight aft (fuel tanks, stowage, batteries, live well) so that it can lift the bow for maximum top speed, running on a small area of the pad near the transom when it's really aired out. The extra 50 to 100 pounds a four-stroke adds to the transom can upset this balance, make it harder to get the boat on plane, and cause the boat to ride too low in the water at rest or when coming off plane. Hole shot is just as important as top speed to a serious basser, who hates to give a rival a head start. Two-strokes have an advantage on hole-shot performance because they make power on each down-stroke of the piston, rather than on every-other down stroke, as on a four-stroke. Two-strokes simply come up into their torque band more quickly. Faced with these challenges, Suzuki went to work about two years ago to build a four-stroke that could match the performance of the two-stroke.
Early-on, the company decided to take the 'no replacement for displacement' approach and use its big 4,028cc, 55-degree V6 block, which was designed for the 300-hp DF300, a motor intended mostly for use on heavy off-shore fishing boats. The standard Suzuki DF250 uses a 3.6-liter V6 powerhead, and that motor could have been re-tuned to produce the performance Suzuki was looking for, but according to Suzuki applications manager David Greenwood, it would have been under a lot of stress. 'Suzuki does not like to over-stress its motors,' said Greenwood. 'By using the big block we could get all the power we needed and still be very reliable and durable.' All of the technology found on the DF300 is retained on the DF250SS, and in fact it's that technology that made it possible for Suzuki to re-tune this motor and give it an all-new personality. To tune the engine to make more power at the bottom and mid-range, the program that controls the variable valve timing function on the intake valves was re-coded, as was the program that controls the motor's variable intake path function.