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21 Shadow with 2.5 ROS
Just a fun ride in some rough water with an 80 mph pass at the end.





Harbercraft 1875 XS 200 Sport Jet Exstew River BC jetboating
Up 30km the Exstew River in Beautiful BC, Canada in late August 2011. 2011 Harbercraft / Jetcraft 1875 Extreme Shallow, Mercury 200 Sport Jet





Mercury 250 OptiMax Pro XS Engine Test 2013- By BoatTest.com
For more reviews, test, performance data, captain's report and more about Mercury 150 FourStroke Engine, go to http://www.boattest.com/engine-review/Mercury/14000056_250-OptiMax-Pro-XS_2 013 Mercury Marine's 250 XS has been highly successful in boat racing, and the 250 OptiMax Pro XS builds on that success. It is available in 20'' and 25" (50.8 cm - 63.5 cm) shaft lengths it is outfitted exclusively with the robust Torque Master gearcase. When designing the 250 OptiMax Pro XS Mercury set its sights on bass boats, deep-V walleye and saltwater bay boats. However this engine has quickly become a popular choice on the tournament circuit thanks to its power-to-weight ratio, which is the best in class.





2005 Pro-Line 23 Sport w/ 200hp Mercury Optimax 157 Hours!!!
2005 Pro-Line 23 Sport w/ 200hp Mercury Optimax 157 Hours!!!





Twin Mercury 300XS Optimax
Slowly Accellerating





Mercury Optimax 2.5L V6 DFI Rebuild Part 4
How to rebuild a Mercury Optimax 2.5L V6 DFI Outboard Powerhead





Triton 17 Pro with Mercury 115 Optimax Pro XS
Walkthrough on a Triton 17 powered by a Mercury 115 Optimax Pro XS. Available in Australia from Nitro Marine.





Mercury Optimax 2.5L V6 DFI Rebuild Part 2
How to rebuild a Mercury Optimax 2.5L V6 DFI Outboard Powerhead





Lake Nebagamon 2010-05-15 (Mercury OptiMax 250 Pro XS)
Quick trip about halfway around Lake Nebagamon. South bay to west bay to public landing. The boat is my 2000 Checkmate Pulsare 2100 BR with 2008 Mercury Optimax 250 Pro XS. I spent most of the day just floating in the middle of the lake, but I had to open it up a little on the way home. I burned 1.3 gallons of gas in 3+ hours if that's any indication of how laid back it was. I only have one camera, so I was only able to record in one direction. Since I'm a Mercury guy through and through (bleed Phantom Black) my direction of choice is "backward." I need these videos to get me through the long, cold northern Wisconsin winters, and the sights and sounds of a big Mercury outboard are very good for that. Notice the clever use of the camera strap to repeatedly slap the lens. This is my visual (and aural) metaphor for "I'm too stupid to realize ahead of time that wind strong enough to suck sunglasses off of your face is also strong enough to wreak havoc with a small loop of leather." I think it's very effective in conveying that idea. Also note that the engine is NOT loose on the transom. If it were, I'd probably be dead by now. The movement you see is all my overzealous effort to damp any chine walking or shimmying over other boats' wakes. It's early in the season and it always takes me a while to figure out what needs reaction and what doesn't. I err on the side of reacting to everything. It's more fun that way.





2008 Mercury OptiMax 250 Pro XS Maintenance: Fuel Filter
This is a quick how-to video on replacement of the water separating fuel filter on a 2008 Mercury OptiMax 250 Pro XS outboard. The procedure is very simple and probably applies directly to any of the high performance 3.0L V6 outboards. I intend to put together videos covering many routine maintenance items for these engines. Chassis and gearcase lubrication, spark plug removal and replacement (not completely straightforward on an OptiMax engine), water pump impeller replacement, etc. Hopefully the quality of future videos will be better. Lighting was not adequate for this one, among other things. This was done partly to help others, partly to help ME remember how to do these things, and partly as an exercise in video recording and editing. Mostly that last thing...I need a lot of practice. :)





Argo 19 Mercury 115 Optimax
This is my friend Marcus Holm. He has worked on his boat for nearly four years. He bought it from a guy in Sweden for almost 4-5 years ago, and when he bought it, it was an old yamaha 90 hp on the boat. The boat was ugly as hell. The bodywork was so bad that he had to repair the plastic work in many places. He then plastered and sanded the entire boat very smooth and nice, and brought it to a paint company , the result was not so bad ;) engine is a Mercury 115hp Optimax from 2005 who he has been renovated the past six months. 57.6 knots on the GPS. The hunt for 60 knots is almost done :) ENJOY, SUBSCRIBE, COMMENTATE and Check out for new videos!





Rebuilding BBS RS 7x15" to 9,5x16"
Rebuilding my friends 7x15" ET25 bbs rs' to 9,5x16" ET05 with 3.5" outerlip





2011 188 Hurricane Deckboat with 150 HP Mercury Optimax o/b acceleration
2011 188 Hurricane Deckboat with 150 HP Mercury Optimax o/b acceleration on the Ottawa River @ 5 am





Hydrolift R17 W/115 Johnson v4
Awsome boat, poor quality video, The wind ruins the sound :(





Tintorera testrun 2
Tintorera, Mercury XR2 head, Offshore midsection, CLE lower unit, chopper 28




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