How many hours will a Mercury Pro XS last?

How many hours will a Mercury Pro XS last?

These engines are well capable of 1000+ hours with routine maintenance.

How much is a Mercury 250 Pro XS?

Re: 2020 Mercury 250 Pro XS V8 Four stroke $17,500.

How many hours will a Mercury OptiMax last?

Some go out at 70k, some at 330k, but in general, you should expect 240k out of them. Most with I/O or inboards figure at least 2500 hours before a rebuild. I’ve seen a lot of them with 3500 – 4000 hours.

What is the difference between Mercury and Mercury Pro XS?

In fact, the new 115 Pro XS is 16 pounds lighter than the 115 OptiMax it replaces, and 18 pounds lighter than the nearest competing 115hp engine. Fastest top speed: Up to 3 mph faster than its nearest competitor and more than 1 mph faster than Mercury’s standard 115 FourStroke.

What does Mercury Pro XS mean?

Mercury Pro XS® outboards are engineered for those boaters who demand ultimate performance – anglers competing on the highly competitive tournament trails and powerboaters who simply crave speed and acceleration. This subtle, automatic change produces additional torque for faster hole shot and acceleration.

Is the Mercury Pro XS a 2-stroke?

The new 4-stroke Mercury Pro XS replaces the 2-stroke OptiMax series of engines which have been discontinued. Like the OptiMax, the Pro XS specializes in having high low-end torque and lightweight. It has been specially designed for the demands of bass boat, multi-specie, and saltwater inshore anglers.

When did they stop making Mercury OptiMax?

In May 2018, Mercury Marine discontinued manufacturing all of its 2-stroke engines, commonly called the OptiMax series.

Is Mercury Pro XS a OptiMax?

The OptiMax Two-Stage Direct Injection System produces consistent performance and unmatched throttle response by providing a constant supply of atomized fuel and air. The Pro XS also offers a Higher Wide-Open-Throttle RPM Operating Range, giving you more propeller options to maximize the performance of your boat.

Is the Mercury Pro XS a four stroke?

Mercury’s four-stroke outboard stable continues to grow, with new Pro XS and Racing V-8 models.

Does Mercury still make OptiMax?