Outboard Motors
Inflatable Boats with Outboard Motors
Boats with Outboard Motors

Outboard Motors: Two Stroke

ANTIBES 30

ANTIBES 30

The Antibes is a twin cylinder engine and is fitted with a rotary reed valve, with the function of crankshaft middle bearing, produced using a steel precision casting process. It is equipped with a rubber plopeller boss which protect the trasmission parts from any damage caused from impacts.
 
Technical Characteristics
Power Hp30
Power Kw22
Max. R.P.M.5500
Motor type2 Stroke
Swept volume c.c.489
Bore x Stroke (mm)72x60
N° Cylinders2 on line
Intake ports4 ports, with corrected crossflow
Induction1 pump + 1 carburettor
Oil/fuel mixingManual
FuelPetrol + Marine oil (for specifiations and mix ratios, see user manual)
Fuel tank (L)23
IgnitionC.D.I. - Electronic capacitor discharge - fully sealed capacitor discharge for each cylinder
Ignition timingAutomatic Electronic programmed to suit R.P.M.
StartingManual
AlternatorOptional 12V/70W with rectifier
CoolingWater cooled with pump-forced circulation
ExhaustBilateral, underwater with depression by propeller
Steering systemBar with twist grip throttle control and steering friction adjustment
Type of remote control box providedAccessory, Single lever
SuspensionDisk silent block
Trim adjustment5 positions by pin location
Direction reversalMechanical A-F-R
Transmission ratio13/27
Available shaft versionsC. - L.
Standard propeller type3-bladed with build-in spring drive
Weight basic version (Kg)53
  • Some models may not be available in all countries, or they may have different, non-standard
  • horse powers. Depending on the different national legislative requirements. (For further details
  • consult the current price list).
  • The data contained in this table are to be considered as approximate and Selva Marine reserves
  • the right to modify the technical characteristics, materials,
  • construction, weights, etc. without any forewarning or obligations.
  • The 2 stroke outboard carburated engines are not intended for installation on recreational craft
  • within the European Union, because they have not been certified for compliance with the exhaust
  • and noise emissions requirements of the DIRECTIVE 2013/53/EU relating to recreational craft.