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2019 Evinrude E-TEC MFE 55 HP (E55MRL)
2019 Evinrude E-TEC MFE 55 HP (E55MRL)

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
Evinrude
Evinrude
Model Year
2019
2019
Model
E-TEC MFE 55 HP (E55MRL)
E-TEC MFE 55 HP (E55MRL)
Model Code
E55MRL
E55MRL
Color
Tactical Black
Tactical Black

Electrical

Alternator Output

Total - 81A

Net Dedicated - 25A

Total - 81A

Net Dedicated - 25A

Engine

Cylinders
2
2
Engine Type
Inline E-TEC D.I.
Inline E-TEC D.I.
Starting
Electric
Electric

Measurements

Power
55 Horsepower
55 Horsepower
Displacement
863 Cubic Centimeter
863 Cubic Centimeter
Bore x Stroke
3.601 x 2.588 in. (91 x 66 mm)
3.601 x 2.588 in. (91 x 66 mm)
Shaft Length
20 Inches
20 Inches
Dry Weight
277 Pounds
277 Pounds

Operational

Steering
Tiller
Tiller
Fuel Type
Unleaded
Unleaded
Full Throttle RPM Range
5,500 - 6,000
5,500 - 6,000
Fuel Induction
E-TEC Direct Injection with stratified low RPM combustion mode
E-TEC Direct Injection with stratified low RPM combustion mode
Lubrication

Multi-point targeted oiling

Oil Tank Capacity - 2 qt.

Recommended Oil - Evinrude / Johnson XD-100

Multi-point targeted oiling

Oil Tank Capacity - 2 qt.

Recommended Oil - Evinrude / Johnson XD-100

Gear Ratio
2.9:1
2.9:1
Gear Shift
Controls - Integrated Digital Shift and Throttle
Controls - Integrated Digital Shift and Throttle
Trim System

Power Trim and Tilt

Range - -4˚ to 16˚

Tilt Range - 65°

Power Trim and Tilt

Range - -4˚ to 16˚

Tilt Range - 65°

Other

Warranty
3-Year, Non-Declining
3-Year, Non-Declining

Features

Features

  • POWER AND GUTS: Only available to the U.S. Department of Defense, Evinrude’s Multi-Fuel Engine (MFE) has the power and guts to take on the toughest assignments. The MFE is the first outboard engine capable of running on multiple fuel types including standard gasoline, kerosene, and even jet fuel.
  • E-TEC TECHNOLOGY: While not designated as Evinrude E-TEC engines, the E-TEC technology is incorporated throughout the motor, including E-TEC injectors, the fuel system and an onboard computer. The E-TEC technology that the government depends on is available for civilian-use with the other Evinrude E-TEC engine horsepower ranges. Additional MFE innovations include special cylinder sleeve oiling, modified deflector pins and unique engine mapping systems.
  • CREATED FOR STEALTH: The MFE boasts minimal engine noise and low exhaust emissions. The multi-fuel outboard and its boat can be launched from a submerged submarine or airdropped from a helicopter or C-130 Hercules cargo plane.
  • MILITARY TRANSPORT: The Evinrude Multi Fuel Engine (MFE) allows the military to transport outboards via aircraft or ships without having to deal with volatile gasoline fumes. That's important because gasoline is forbidden aboard U.S. Navy ships (the US Department of Defense Common Fuels Initiative).

Features

  • POWER AND GUTS: Only available to the U.S. Department of Defense, Evinrude’s Multi-Fuel Engine (MFE) has the power and guts to take on the toughest assignments. The MFE is the first outboard engine capable of running on multiple fuel types including standard gasoline, kerosene, and even jet fuel.
  • E-TEC TECHNOLOGY: While not designated as Evinrude E-TEC engines, the E-TEC technology is incorporated throughout the motor, including E-TEC injectors, the fuel system and an onboard computer. The E-TEC technology that the government depends on is available for civilian-use with the other Evinrude E-TEC engine horsepower ranges. Additional MFE innovations include special cylinder sleeve oiling, modified deflector pins and unique engine mapping systems.
  • CREATED FOR STEALTH: The MFE boasts minimal engine noise and low exhaust emissions. The multi-fuel outboard and its boat can be launched from a submerged submarine or airdropped from a helicopter or C-130 Hercules cargo plane.
  • MILITARY TRANSPORT: The Evinrude Multi Fuel Engine (MFE) allows the military to transport outboards via aircraft or ships without having to deal with volatile gasoline fumes. That's important because gasoline is forbidden aboard U.S. Navy ships (the US Department of Defense Common Fuels Initiative).