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Frequently Asked Questions

Why does Suzuki use such a low gear ratio?

Suzuki engineers have verified through countless hours of testing that an outboard propeller with a large diameter will carry a bigger load. Essentially, the large diameter will push more water. Also during the testing, the engineers verified a larger pitch propeller will have less slip. Armed with this information, the engineers have designed Suzuki outboard motors with a large Cubic Inch Displacement, (remember there is no replacement for displacement), light weight and an aggressive final drive ratio. This is why Suzuki can get down with the down low - ratio that is. See specifications for gear ratio.

As an essential provider of quality outboard motors, service, parts, and related safety equipment, we know that you count on Suzuki to be there for you, every day. We want to assure you, our customers, that you remain our top priority, always. During this critical time, Suzuki will continue its operations in order to meet your essential transportation needs.

Contact your local Suzuki marine dealer for questions concerning service, parts, accessories, or the need for a new Suzuki outboard motor. Please note, Suzuki marine dealers are independently owned and operated businesses, and may be subject to local directives. Contact information for Suzuki marine dealers in the continental United States and Alaska is available on this website.

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