1999 Honda-bf130a Bf 130 Hp Outboard Powerhead Power Head Engine on 2040-parts.com
Denton, Nebraska, United States
This is a 1999 Honda 130 HP power head and tilt and trim bracket plus hood and hardware. Model Number: BF130A. Serial Number: BEBE1001359.
Power head and trim worked great before lower unit was damaged. A certified Honda mechanic inspected both the power head and trim and tilt bracket for damage and found none. Recent compression check: (1) 160 (2) 160 (3) 160 and (4) 160.
This unit has had good care and maintenance and is ready to bolt on to your outboard. Hood and all hardware is included and does not include lower unit.
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