The all-new 1550 dual calibration sterndrive features an advanced control system which enables the operator to switch engine power level via an electronic key fob. The Race key fob turns the engine into a pure bred race machine – pumping out one thousand five hundred and fifty horsepower on 112 AKI race fuel.
The 1350, featuring Mercury Racing’s exclusive 9.0 liter quad cam four valve (QC4v) cylinder block and head, provides big power with luxury-car-like drivability. The DTS system also features one-touch Smart Start and automatic throttle synchronization, as well as shadow mode for triple or quad engine applications (where two throttle levers operate all engines). Zero Effort Digital controls provide an intuitive control experience – precisely signaling driver intent to the potent powerhouses.
The 1100 pumps out 1,100 lb-ft of torque from 2500 to 5250 rpm and delivers 1,100 horsepower at its 6,500 rpm red line. All of this power and torque comes from 89 posted octane (R+M)/2, (95 RON, global) pump gas. Competitive engines with like power ratings require a minimum 91 posted octane. Like the 1350, the 1100 complies with EPA and CARB exhaust gas emissions limits.
The popular 700 SCi delivers unsurpassed power and performance. The combination of a powerful engine management computer with a 3.3 Liter Lysholm screw-type supercharger, roller camshaft, and sequential fuel injection results in impeccable idle quality, instant throttle response, and unmatched performance throughout the 4800-5200 RPM-rated engine operating range. The 700 SCi complies with EPA emissions requirements. CARB (California Air Resources Board) emissions compliant models are available upon special request.
The 600 SCi was the first Mercury Racing sterndrive engine package certified for sale in the European Union (EU). The popular engine, packed with Mercury Racing exclusive components, meets the emissions requirements as set forth in the EU Recreational Craft Directive (RCD). The certification expands the availability of the 600 SCi sterndrive engine package to all countries that fall under the EU’s RCD.
The 565 is based off a CNC machined cylinder block that is stroked for an additional 31 cubic inches of displacement to 533-C.I.D. (8.7 L). The larger displacement combined with redesigned cylinder heads, multiport fuel injection and twin electronic throttle bodies results in a whopping 565 horsepower at the 5000-5400 rpm operating range. All of this power comes from 89 posted octane (R+M)/2 pump gas. The 565 complies with EPA emissions requirements. CARB (California Air Resources Board) emissions compliant models are available upon special request.
The 540 features a CNC machined cylinder block packed with Mercury Racing designed components, including a balanced crankshaft, forged and shot-peened I-beam connecting rods and forged aluminum pistons. A carburized hardened camshaft is used for enhanced durability.
Mercury Racing is proud to introduce Mercury Joystick Piloting technology for the popular 520 sterndrive. The naturally aspirated engine provides recreational boaters a cost effective power option that fits nicely, in both value and performance, between the MerCruiser 8.2L MAG HO and Mercury Racing 540. The low-cost sterndrive features digital throttle and shift and is backed by an unprecedented two-year limited factory warranty.
Based off of the quad cam four valve (QC4v) engine platform, the 850 h.p. Class 1 race pumps out 850 lb-ft of torque from 2500 to 5250 rpm and delivers 850 horsepower at its 6,350 rpm red line. All of this power and torque comes from 89 posted octane (R+M)/2, (95 RON, global) pump gas.
FASTER. STRONGER. The 1650 is based on the same four valve technology with quad cams and dry sump efficiency as its consumer siblings. Larger turbochargers, packed with an improved compressor wheel design, provide greater airflow for enhanced power and torque. The 9.0 liter quad cam four valve (QC4v) cylinder block and head design, combined with SmartCraft Digital Throttle & Shift (DTS), provides big power with luxury-car-like drivability. Offshore racers appreciate Mercury Racing’s proprietary pulse-separated exhaust tuning which keeps turbos “spooled up,” virtually eliminating throttle lag and low-end torque deficit.