Mercury rebuilds V8 engines


Remanufactured engines have double security

Mercury rebuilds V8 engines
Mercury rebuilds V8 engines

Mercury Marine has released two remanufactured V8 marine engines, the 350hp Stroker EFIT 6.2lt and the 325hp 357 Mag carburetted 5.7lt.

"These are great engines and a perfect option for so many boat owners around Australia," said Mercury Marine’s Peter Massina. "If you’ve got an old, tired V8 then this is the ideal way for you to upgrade."

Mercury Marine said what makes these engines stand out is the fact that so much is brand-new.

"Really, only the long block itself has been remanufactured," said Massina. "All the ancillary equipment — the fuel system, the ignition system, the drive, transom and manifold — are all brand-new."

As with its other remanufactured engines, Mercury Marine said the new additions carry a 12-month warranty.

"Your boat gets a new lease of life, it’s easy on the hip pocket and you have double security — a raft of brand-new parts and a one-year warranty," Massina said. "How do you beat that?"

RRPs are $15,317 for 383 Stroker (or $22,846 as an engine, drive and transom package) and $15,317 for the 357 Mag (or $18,957 as an engine, drive and transom package).

The company said components from Mercury Remanufacturing are factory rebuilt to original OEM marine performance specifications and are covered by a 12-month parts and labour warranty.

For more information, visit www.brunswick.com or www.mercurymarine.com.au

Photo: The 350hp Stroker EFI 6.2lt V8.

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