Selva Marine Motors Olbia

This compact 50 Hp outboard motor features double manifolds and carburettors, offering high performance and perfect tare of each individual cylinder. The choice of the two-cylinder configuration makes it more agile (lower weight and smaller size) and keeps its price to a minimum. Also available in a 40 HP version.


Technical Specifications


Power HP 50

Power kW 36.8

Max. engine speed. (r.p.m.) 5500

Motor type 2-stroke

Displacement 684 c.c.

Bore/Stroke ratio (mm) 80 x 68

Nr. Cylinders 2 online

Intake ports 4 ports, with corrected cross-flow

Fuel induction 1 pump + 2 carburettors

Mixing System Automatic Multipoint with variable ratio oil injection

Fuel Petrol (for specifications see the user manual)

Fuel Tank(L) 23

Ignition C.D.I. - Electronic capacitor discharge - fully sealed capacitor discharge for each cylinder

Ignition timing Automatic Electronic programmed to suit R.P.M.

Starting Electric

Alternator Standard 12V / 70W with regulator

Cooling Water cooled with pump-driven circulation

Exhaust Bilateral underwater with depression through propeller hub

Steering system Remote with remote control box

Type of remote control box provided Single side lever with safety switch

Sospension Controlled compression and traction silent block

Trim adjustment Power Trim/Tilt

Direction reversal Mechanical A-F-R

Transmission ratio13/27

Available shaft versions L.

Propeller type (Standard) Ducted, 3-bladed with built-in Silent block

Weight basic version (Kg) approx. 72


Some models may not be available in certain countries, or may have different power ratings, depending on the applicable national legislative requirements. (For more information consult the current price list).

The data contained in this table are to be considered as approximate and Selva Marine reservesthe right to modify the technical characteristics, materials,construction, weights, etc. without prior notice or obligations.

"The 2 stroke outboard engines are not intended for installation on recreational craft within the European Union, as they have not been certified for compliance with the requirements on exhaust emissions and noise of Directive 1994/25 / EC as amended by Directive 2003/44 / EC relating to recreational craft ".

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