The Evinrude G2 V-6 engines all feature integrated steering and trim/tilt controlled by a hydraulic helix, with digital controls, an onboard oil reservoir, removable cowl side panels attached to a fixed exoskeleton, and, of course, the E-Tec direct-injection two-stroke engine design. Some of that G2 goodness makes it down to the new 1.9-liter platform, and some does not. E-Tec remains in place, optimized to produce a uniform dispersion of very fine fuel droplets that encourage efficient and complete combustion. E-Tec requires that oil be injected into the crankcase, and a 1.9-gallon reservoir positioned under the powerhead holds more than enough for a typical season of use, according to Evinrude. New on the 1.9-liter powerhead is a pair of balance gears to cancel vibration. New only for the Evinrude 150 model is the Rotax Adjustable Valve Exhaust (RAVE), a two-position exhaust port that broadens the power band for that model.