2019 TOHATSU BFTW60ALRTA

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2019 TOHATSU BFTW60ALRTA

Designed specifically for heavier loads, the BFTW 60 hp “High Thrust” model has a larger gear case and lower gear ratio that is specifically designed to give additional thrust for pontoon boats, work boats and heavier fiberglass boats.

The BFTW 60hp also features Maximum Acceleration System to deliver exceptional hole shots and Lean Burn Control for outstanding fuel economy at cruising speeds. The BFTW60 comes standard with a high output 22 amp alternator that produces nearly twice as many charging amps as other competitors. The BFTW 60 hp High Thrust model delivers everything you need plus more in an outboard.

Tohatsu 60 hp 4-Stroke Benefits
  • High output 22 amp alternator that produces nearly twice as many charging amps as some competitors
  • A unique gear case designed to give additional power and thrust to push heavier loads such as pontoon boats, work boat or heavier fiberglass boats
  • The BFTW60 tiller version offers a full 50 degrees of steering to port and to starboard
  • Double sealed multi-layered paint process to help protect against corrosion
  • Ultra-low 3 star CARB emission approved
  • 5 Year limited warranty
Four Stroke Technology
  • Lightweight MikuniR intake helps build low end torque
  • Maximum Acceleration System helps to delivers an exceptional hole shot
  • Lean burn control for better fuel economy at cruising speeds
  • Non-linear rubber mounts provide smoother operation at all engine speeds
  • Optimized fuel injection delivers the precise amount of fuel/air to each cylinder
  • A crankshaft-driven trochoid oil pump ensures long-term durability of critical engine components
Fundamentals for User Convenience and Reliability
  • Through the prop exhaust for a quieter ride
  • Low 2.33:1 gear ratio
  • Built-in freshwater flushing system for easy routine flushing
  • Electronic Control Module protocols allow engine data to be interfaced with on-board systems and systems displays, such as SONAR or GPS
  • Easy access side-mounted oil filter and oil filler ports
Warning and Protection
  • Low oil pressure warning
  • Overheat warning
  • Start-in-gear protection
  • Over-rev. limiter
Features
  • 4-front Corrosion Protection System: A patented, “Double Sealed” multi-layered paint process, sacrificial anodes and stainless steel technology, along with waterproof connectors, all enhance corrosion protection.
  • Multi Function Tiller Handle: Ergonomically designed shift lever offers smooth shifting for convenience and comfort. Throttle friction allows fine-tuning of the tiller for safety. Up front shift lever, PTT switch, and engine alert lamps provide added convenience.
Model Specific Features
  • Model: BFTW60ALRTA
  • Shaft Length: 20
  • Cylinders: 3
  • Electric Start: Standard
  • Remote Control: Standard
  • Power Trim & Tilt: Standard
  • Power Thrust: Standard
Specifications
  • Engine: SOHC 3 Cylinder/12 Valves
  • Output: 60 hp (44.1 kW)
  • Displacement: 998 cc (61.0 cu.in.)
  • Bore x Stroke: 73 x 80 mm (2.9 x 3.1 in)
  • Starting: Electric
  • Control Type: Remote Control
  • Gear Shift: Forward – Neutral – Reverse
  • Gear Ratio: 2.33:1
  • Ignition System: MicroComputer Programmed
  • Transom Height: 20 in.
  • Fuel: Unleaded Gasoline (87 Octane) or higher
  • Oil Type: NMMA Certified FC-W® 4-stroke oil** SAE 10W-30 (SF, SG, SH, SJ)
  • Oil Capacity: 0.7 gal. (2.7L) with filter
  • Weight*: 262 lb. (119 kg)
  • Alternator Output: 12V, 240W, 22A
  • Max. RPM Range: 5,000 – 6,000
  • Programmed Fuel Injection: Standard
  • Direct Fuel Injection: Standard
  • Start In Gear Protection: Standard
  • Thermostat Controlled Cooling System: Standard
  • Through-The-Prop Exhaust: Standard
  • Overheat Buzzer: Standard
  • Power Trim and Tilt: Standard
  • Oil Pressure Warning: Standard
  • High Thrust Gear Case: Standard

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Brands

Tohatsu

Powers

60 HP – 75 HP

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