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Old 04-04-2011, 11:07 PM
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Question Mercury Racing NXT Drives...

HP700s, NXT Drives.... very popular package for performance and reliability,,, However,,, can any OSO member's tell me,,

Can an NXT drive be used with higher HP engines....

Can u replace an HP700 with an HP850sci and run the NXT drives,,, or were the NXT drives designed only for the Merc 700s........Can it handle anything over 700HP if you want to make an engine change,,, or do u have to go to a #6.....

Anyone got any feedback on the NXT Drives....???.....

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Dude you're wasting everyones time with your questions. With a simple search, you can find out everything you want to know. Your not buying an NXT drive and your not swapping out motors. Also, may I ask, why do you feel compelled to make a new topic in every owners forum asking what the fastest boat is?
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The NXT's are good with the 700's but anything higher than that and you'd be better off going to a pair of "Triple Digits Alphas"
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i agree with everyone on here...this information can be sought using the search feature. Unless you are actually buying NXT drives with 850's why ask the question??

It would be like me asking questions about the new m8 drives...why waste anyones time? I am clearly not buying them. If you are fixated with offshore powerboating look at previous threads to do research or google.
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The NXT's are good with the 700's but anything higher than that and you'd be better off going to a pair of "Triple Digits Alphas"
Dats funny chit right there - somebody please bring me a rag to clean the coffee off my monitor ....... LOL!
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