Yamaha T/f9.9 Powerhead on 2040-parts.com
Bellevue, Washington, United States
Very clean power head from a 1995 Yamaha T9.9 4-stroke outboard. This auction is for the powerhead and attached electronics only, although the lower cowl and upper casing are available as well. Unit shows very little use. Ignition system has been verified as working properly, and compression shows 162 psi in both cylinders. This powerhead should fit any T9.9 or F9.9 from 1995 through 2003, and may may fit other year motors as well. This engine shows no signs of corrosion or rust. If the unit is purchased between 12/15 and 12/25, it will not ship until 12/17.
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