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Mercury Racing’s Race to Repower program lets owners of boats with older high-performance engines install new power with improved technology.
by Eric Colby
A season later we check in.
By Brad Roberts
“The G2 has all the TRADITIONAL VALUES and benefits of two-stroke engines and the
Outboard performance enthusiasts have more choice than ever when it comes to high-output motors.
It could be argued that there is no better
Dave’s Custom Boats recently delivered this 170-mph M35 Widebody to a happy customer.
While other manufacturers have been relying on center console models to keep their
At the 35th annual Superboat International offshore racing world championships last November, Mercury Racing (www.mercuryracing.com) introduced its new ROS competition outboard.
This latest effort from Big Black raises the ante in the ever-competitive high-horsepower outboard market, providing an ideal power option for a series of offshore applications. I can clearly remember the day that my Father came home with our first new outboard. I was only 10 years old and the 25 hp motor was nearly
Boarding the plane to Milwaukee International Airport for an Evinrude press event and dealer meeting, I had no idea what was about to
When I took the phone call to accept this assignment, I was excited. We have all seen and read about Mercury Marine’s remarkable Zeus pod design and MeCruiser’s Axius system. We all know the technology works and that it has been proven (more than 25,000 hours of endurance testing) to be effective and function the
Mercury's press event inDuck Key, Florida, proved extraexciting after being given theopportunity to run three 300 XSOptiMax outboards bolted to thetransom of Donzi Marine's 38 ZFO cen-ter console. Utilizing this new outboardon such a platform represents a matchmade in heaven. The 300XS is based on a 3.2 liter, V-6powerhead. The exhaust port, com-bustion chamber and
In New Orleans, LA., in 1990, one of Reggie Fountain's largest milestone achievements in offshore racing came when Fountain and longtime navigator Joey Detore used a 47’ V-bottom to defeat actors Chuck Norris, Don Johnson and Kurt Russell in their more powerful, high-tech one-design racing catamarans with his V-bottom. This version of the 47’ Lightning