Force has a catalog of outboard marine engines that provide a wide range of power for boating applications. Force manufactured 50 hp models of their marine motors between 1995 and 1999.
The Force 50 hp outboard marine motor used a two-cylinder, two-stroke design to generate power. The engine used 13 splines to connect the shaft to the propeller hub.
Force 50 hp marine outboard motors featured a wide open throttle minimum of 4,750 rpm and a maximum of 5,250 rpm. The engine utilized a gear ratio that measured 2-to-1.
Force 50 hp outboard marine engines used three-blade, C-style propellers. At an optimal speed of 17 to 20 mph, the recommended propeller measured 12.25 inches in diameter with a pitch of nine degrees. For an optimal speed of 32 to 38 mph, the recommended propeller was 11.75 inches in diameter and 17 degrees in pitch.
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