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    Mercury EFI maintenance

    I just got a new to me Mercury EFI (2 stroke), with smartcraft, and I'm looking for some general maintenance advice. The motor has hours on it, and seems to run perfect. So with that said, I am more familiar with carbureted motors without oil injection, so what are the things to keep an eye on on this motor?

    Is the Clymer a good manual for this engine?

    Is there a recommended schedule for fuel filter maintenance?

    Is there a recommended schedule for fuel injector maintenance, or a way to verify their condition?

    What about the oil injection, is the pump a wear item, or is there someway to assess the condition of it?

  2. Very reliable motors, with little care you should easily get hrs + out of it. I have a efi with about hrs and you can still see cross hatch on cylinders. Change fuel filters regularly unless you can get non ethanol in that case I would change them yearly, leave oil injection alone (very dependable) and if you or previous owner have never cleaned injectors I would send them out for a baseline. Water pump every three years, I change mine yearly cause I can and lower unit gear lube once a year. JMO

    Look for a Mercury Service Manual, not hard to find, some one on here might be able to supply you with a PDF of one if you ask nicely

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    Well I found the manual online, but it is from December , not sure how many changes were made to the motor since then. So when you say change the filters, are you referring only to the spin on filter on the motor and in the boat?

    And when you say baseline the injectors, can you elaborate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayhawkView Post
    Well I found the manual online, but it is from December , not sure how many changes were made to the motor since then. So when you say change the filters, are you referring only to the spin on filter on the motor and in the boat?

    And when you say baseline the injectors, can you elaborate?
    Your EFI is a very different animal than a Very little maintenance required. Change boat filter annually, as well as lower unit oil. Not a bad idea to change motor filter either,although I never change mine. Poppit valves like to leak, will fill the cowl up with water, check the weep hole while its running. Water pump every two or three years. Plugs every hrs or more often if you troll alot. Use high quality oil, synthetic smokes and stinks less. If you do decide to clean the injectors, put Chris Carson reeds in there while you are at it.

  6. I refer to baseline as knowing your injectors are clean. Currently you have no idea how clean or dirty they are. We change poppit and thermostats every 3 years with water pump. Spark plugs every season but we winterize a motor which like to foul plugs.Champion QL77cc some may tell you NGK but we never find them to run as well as Champions in this application.

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    As to the oil injection, your motor oils by an electric pulse controlled by the ecm. The only maintenance is a small filter in the feed line near the engine oil tank. I have seen the air pulse check valve in the block fail on occasion. It wont transfer oil, and the alarm will go off.

  8. is the oil prime check valve. It is common for these to go bad and not pressurize the oil tank in the boat which than will no longer push oil to tank on motor. I keep one in my boat just in case. $21 bucks well spent. It on the starboard side of motor. Has oil line coming off it going to tank in boat.

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    Thanks for all the advice guys. What do you guys recommend for the upper and lower motor mount bolts/nuts that are rusting? I was going to paint them with POR, any other suggestions?

  10. lowers are fairly easy to replace, uppers you would have to pull powerhead.

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Mercury four-stroke

The debut of Mercury's first big four-stroke outboard should be occasion for a major press event. So I was surprised to stumble upon a prototype Mercury four-stroke V6 at a recent dealer meeting for US Marine (parent company of Bayliner, Maxum and Trophy) at the Coeur d'Alene Resort in Idaho.

There was no advance notice. No fanfare. Not even a news release or flyer on the new Merc. An inauspicious occasion, to be sure. Yet there it was for us to see and run. In fact, an on-the-spot phone call to Mercury Marine's Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, headquarters revealed that some officials were not aware that the demo outboard was at the dealer meeting. "I guess you could call this a 'soft introduction'," said one Mercury manager.

Like a feature film that the studio refuses to promote, this V6 four-stroke is an outboard that Mercury seems hesitant to push. There could be a number of reasons behind this train of thought.

For one, Mercury does not build this engine. Yamaha Marine does. Aside from a new cowl, Merc prop and black paint, it is the same hp Yamaha four-stroke outboard we featured in the September issue of Trailer Boat ("Grudge Match"). In fact, the powerhead on the test unit was painted Yamaha blue-grey. These two companies have joint-ventured outboard design and production for nearly 30 years, so this engine is not a shocking development.

A second reason for the lack of Merc promotion: this engine may not be in the line for as long as most. Many industry people - including some Mercury insiders - view this engine as a stopgap measure, a quick way to add a big four-stroke to the Merc line and satisfy dealers, boatbuilding partners (such as US Marine) and loyal Mercury customers.

Though Merc says its supply agreement is for several years, the company will soon begin introducing a series of in-line six and in-line four-cylinder four-strokes ranging from hp and beyond in  - all built by Mercury.

Finally, Yamaha Marine may not want to supply the V6 four-strokes to Merc for long, as the situation has irked many Yamaha outboard dealers in the US who feel they have had a unique selling proposition pulled out from under them. To help placate these dealers, Yamaha has held back its hp four-stroke. It is not available as a Mercury.

In any case, the engine we found tucked away in the marina at the Coeur d'Alene Resort was the first hp four-stroke with Mercury badging. That alone made it worthy of a full test. Besides, it was bolted on the transom bracket of one of my all-time favourite boats - a kg (hull only) Trophy Pro walkaround hardtop.

Our previous tests with this powerplant (in Yamaha badging) had been on smaller, lighter hulls, including a kg Skeeter ZX bay boat and a kg KenCraft Challenger centre-console. The big Trophy gave us the opportunity to test the 's "oomph" on a boat with a cabin and hull designed for bigger waters. This was also a chance to see how the performed at moderate elevations. Coeur d'Alene is about ft above sea level.

LITTLE TO SPARE
We were not overly impressed with either acceleration or top speed. For example, our kmh acceleration times averaged 15 seconds, and that was with three adult males, a half tank of fuel (lt), safety gear and test equipment. Spinning a 15in-pitch Mercury Mirage three-blade stainless prop, the achieved a top speed of about 66kmh at rpm. The engine would not plane the Trophy until it revved to , and that was with the trim tabs deflected substantially.

For a point of comparison, US Marine touts a top speed of around 75kmh when the same boat is equipped with a Mercury EFI outboard.

Though slower, the four-stroke is more fuel-miserly. Its best economy occurred at rpm and 48kmh, where it achieved km/lt. This gives the a cruising range of km, based on 90% of its lt fuel tank's capacity.

US Marine's figures peg top fuel economy at km/lt at 62kmh with the EFI. Cruising range is dramatically reduced to km, based on 90% fuel capacity.

QUIET GIANT
Merc's four-stroke V6 is a quiet giant, particularly when powering the The boat's full transom shields the cockpit from engine noise, and the optional tempered glass enclosure virtually eliminates windblast.

Our sound meter registered only 53 decibels (dBa) at the helm at idle, 84 at cruising speed (rpm) and 94 at wide-open throttle (rpm). The idle and cruising speed readings are slightly lower than those we recorded when testing the Yamaha four-stroke, but we suspect this is due more to the shielding effect of the full transom than Mercury's cowl design for the four-stroke.

In rigging, we see some inconsistencies between this and other new-technology Mercs. For example, our unit would not accept SmartCraft gauges, though Merc says an add-on kit will be available in January. Also, if you upgrade from current Merc twin outboards, duals of this model must be mounted on 30in centres versus the standard 26in centres. So you'll have to patch the old mounting holes.

Overall, I liked this engine. After all, in its Yamaha iteration, we called it a technical knockout. Yet, in this test, it was overwhelmed by the heft of the Trophy  - and this would be true whether the four-stroke wore black or blue-grey paint.

Also, if you are a die-hard Mercury man and you crave a large four-stroke, you may want to wait a few months.

























































































































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Number of Cylinders: V6
Displacement: lt
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Weight (mfg. specs, dry): kg
WOT rpm Range:
Gear Ratio:
Propeller: Mercury Mirage /4in x 15in stainless three-blade
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TEST RESULTS
EngineSpeedFuelRange¹
(rpm)(kmh)(lt/h) (km/lt)(km)
NA NANA
NA NANA
NA NANA
M
(WOT)
¹Based on 90% fuel capacity
²Optimum cruising speed
Acceleration
kmh: seconds
Sound Measurements (dBa)
Idle at helm (rpm): 54
Idle at transom (rpm): 68
Cruise at helm (rpm): 84
WOT at helm (rpm): 94


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    Mercury EFI maintenance

    I just got a new to me Mercury EFI (2 stroke), with smartcraft, and I'm looking for some general maintenance advice. The motor has hours on it, and seems to run perfect. So with that said, I am more familiar with carbureted motors without oil injection, so what are the things to keep an eye on on this motor?

    Is the Clymer a good manual for this engine?

    Is there a recommended schedule for fuel filter maintenance?

    Is there a recommended schedule for fuel injector maintenance, or a way to verify their condition?

    What about the oil injection, is the pump a wear item, or is there someway to assess the condition of it?

  2. Very reliable motors, with little care you should easily get hrs + out of it. I have a efi with about hrs and you can still see cross hatch on cylinders. Change fuel filters regularly unless you can get non ethanol in that case I would change them yearly, leave oil injection alone (very dependable) and if you or previous owner have never cleaned injectors I would send them out for a baseline. Water pump every three years, I change mine yearly cause I can and lower unit gear lube once a year. JMO

    Look for a Mercury Service Manual, not hard to find, some one on here might be able to supply you with a PDF of one if you ask nicely

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    Well I found the manual online, but it is from December , not sure how many changes were made to the motor since then. So when you say change the filters, are you referring only to the spin on filter on the motor and in the boat?

    And when you say baseline the injectors, can you elaborate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayhawkView Post
    Well I found the manual online, but it is from December , not sure how many changes were made to the motor since then. So when you say change the filters, are you referring only to the spin on filter on the motor and in the boat?

    And when you say baseline the injectors, can you elaborate?
    Your EFI is a very different animal than a Very little maintenance required. Change boat filter annually, as well as lower unit oil. Not a bad idea to change motor filter either,although I never change mine. Poppit valves like to leak, will fill the cowl up with water, check the weep hole while its running. Water pump every two or three years. Plugs every hrs or more often if you troll alot. Use high quality oil, synthetic smokes and stinks less. If you do decide to clean the injectors, put Chris Carson reeds in there while you are at it.

  6. I refer to baseline as knowing your injectors are clean. Currently you have no idea how clean or dirty they are. We change poppit and thermostats every 3 years with water pump. Spark plugs every season but we winterize a motor which like to foul plugs.Champion QL77cc some may tell you NGK but we never find them to run as well as Champions in this application.

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    As to the oil injection, your motor oils by an electric pulse controlled by the ecm. The only maintenance is a small filter in the feed line near the engine oil tank. I have seen the air pulse check valve in the block fail on occasion. It wont transfer oil, and the alarm will go off.

  8. is the oil prime check valve. It is common for these to go bad and not pressurize the oil tank in the boat which than will no longer push oil to tank on motor. I keep one in my boat just in case. $21 bucks well spent. It on the starboard side of motor. Has oil line coming off it going to tank in boat.

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    Thanks for all the advice guys. What do you guys recommend for the upper and lower motor mount bolts/nuts that are rusting? I was going to paint them with POR, any other suggestions?

  10. lowers are fairly easy to replace, uppers you would have to pull powerhead.

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Mercury EFI Outboard Engine
Mercury hp V-6 EFI Outboard Specifications
  • Propshaft Horsepower: hp ( kW)
  • Max RPM (W.O.T.):
  • Cylinders/Configuration: 60 degree V-6
  • Displacement: cu.in. (cc)
  • Bore & Stroke: in. x in. (92mm x 76mm)
  • Fuel Induction System: Loop Charged electronic fuel injection
  • Exhaust System: Through Prop
  • Lubrication System: Single point variable ratio oil injection
  • Cooling System: Water cooled with thermostat and pressure controlled
  • Ignition System: Modular CDI with computer control
  • Starting System: Electric (turnkey)
  • Alternator: Belt driven 60 amp ( watt) with voltage regulator
  • Gear Ratio:
  • Gear Shift: F-N-R
  • Steering: Remote
  • Trim System: Power Trim
  • Shaft Length: 20 in. (mm)
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