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Tohatsu Introduces New Outboards

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The 115 is the largest of the MFS outboards.

The 115 is the largest of the MFS outboards.

Tohatsu said it started to ship its new midrange MFS outboards, which are available in 75-, 90- and 115-hp models.

The engines are available in two colors.

The engines are available in two colors.

The Japanese company said in a statement that it developed an industry-first exhaust manifold that’s unique to the lineup and gives the engines best-in-class torque, hole shot and top speed. With passages that are the same length, the 4-2-1 Performance Tuned Exhaust eliminates interference and improves performance.

A short video explaining the 4-2-1 Performance Tuned Exhaust can be seen here.

Tohatsu’s 4-2-1 Performance Exhaust creates extra suction, eliminating exhaust interference. The design is an industry first.

Tohatsu’s 4-2-1 Performance Exhaust creates extra suction, eliminating exhaust interference. The design is an industry first.

“We are excited to introduce our new lineup of 4-stroke outboards,” Tohatsu America Corp. president Isami Hyuga said in the statement. “Tohatsu has spent years designing, developing and testing these models to exceed our customer demand. Our 4-2-1 Performance Tuned Exhaust has allowed us to achieve the best 75-hp, 90-hp and 115-hp in the industry.”

The outboards are available in aqua marine blue or beluga white, several shaft lengths, tiller or remote options, and carry a five-year limited warranty. 

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