mercury racing max5 propeller

Mercury Racing expands MAX5 prop range

MERCURY Racing has expanded the MAX5 propeller family – now offering a larger 15.25”-diameter version as well as the all-new MAX5 ST.

The MAX5 lab-finished propeller is a proven performer, delivering tremendous results in both single and multiple-engine applications, including Mercury Racing’s 400R outboard and 600 SCi sterndrive, with a reduction in propeller slip of up to 12 percent. In fact, this prop is so efficient it can be run higher on the transom to take full advantage of engines fitted with the race-proven Sport Master gearcase.

Bigger is even better 

Building on this excellent base, the new 15.25”-diameter models offer an additional 3-4 percent reduction in slip (compared to the 15” models) on selected outboard and sterndrive applications that benefit from elevated transom heights. Half-inch pitch offerings enable engines to be dialled-in to their maximum rpm operating range for enhanced throttle response, optimised cruise fuel efficiency and ideal top speed.

MAX5 ST

The new Mercury Racing MAX5 ST propeller is designed for the 4.6-litre V8 300R FourStroke outboard with Sport Master gearcase. The shortened exhaust barrel enhances the performance of single-engine and twin-engine boats by keeping the stern planted for a confidence-inspiring ride, while the large 15.25”-diameter prop stays hooked up at extreme engine heights.

In testing, a Mercury Racing 300R FourStroke spinning a 31” pitch MAX5 ST prop powered a tournament-loaded Bullet 21 XRS bass boat to 157km/h with a mere 7 percent slip!

PVS

All MAX5 propellers feature the Mercury-patented Performance Vent System, which enables the user to fine-tune the amount of venting needed for quick planing.

Visit www.mercuryracing.com/boat-propellers to view The Artisans – a video on the hand craftsmanship that goes into every Mercury Racing propeller.

 

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