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Thread: Mercury Racing Unveils 860- and 1,750-hp QC4v Engines

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    Mercury Racing Unveils 860- and 1,750-hp QC4v Engines

    And the QC4v family continues to grow, https://speedonthewater.com/new-boat...p-qc4v-engines.
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    Matt,

    So it looks like Mercury has a 860 Consumer engine and an 860 for Class One racing. Any idea what is different in the two?

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    That 860 looks sick!!! Damn. I want two of those please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marginmn View Post
    Matt,

    So it looks like Mercury has a 860 Consumer engine and an 860 for Class One racing. Any idea what is different in the two?

    The racing engine is 850 with twin turbos

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    Quote Originally Posted by precisiondetails View Post
    The racing engine is 850 with twin turbos
    Thanks a bunch. I'll settle for two N/A 860's then - insurance will be cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marginmn View Post
    Thanks a bunch. I'll settle for two N/A 860's then - insurance will be cheaper
    So will rebuilds and time it will take to rebuild. Lol
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    OK who has them in a boat at the show? Lets see some pictures
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    What I think would be cool is if they made the 860 qc4v able to be fitted with a turbo kit to bring it to the 1100 or 1350 level. So guys could run them as is for however many seasons then as the need for more speed bug bites again turbos could be added to to motor to increase HP. Mercury racing could even require the motors be sent to them for the turbo install/upgrade...
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    Is the 1750 a new motor or just a hot ecm with new badging for new hype???

    .... and something Bob Bull's Race cat's have already run ??? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by speicher lane View Post
    Is the 1750 a new motor or just a hot ecm with new badging for new hype???

    .... and something Bob Bull's Race cat's have already run ??? LOL
    Same engine, bigger turbos and different calibration.


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