Tohatsu is an outboard motor company founded in Japan in 1922. Originally it manufactured small gasoline engines for motorcycles. Today their outboard motor division makes both four-stroke and two-stroke engines with up to 140 horsepower.
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Tohatsu's 140 horsepower outboard is called the M140. It is a two-stroke, four-cylinder engine with power trim and tilt. As of late 2010, the M140 is not available in North America.
The Tohatsu M140 has a maximum output of 140 horsepower at its maximum operating range of between 5200 and 5700rpm. At wide open throttle it consumes 15.3 gallons per hour. It has a bore of 3.46 inches, a stroke of 2.86 inches and a displacement of 107.9 cubic inches.
The M140 features an auto mixing engine lubrication system and has an electric starter. It uses two-stroke oil and has an engine oil capacity of 1.6 gallons. The motor uses a remote-controlled speed control system. It comes with a digital tachometer, emergency starter rope and a 6.6-gallon plastic fuel tank.
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