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    200 mercury 2.5

    can someone tell me what the stamped letters on side of block means year is 91 or 92 and the letters are EE

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    EE is one of earlier (1990 ish) 200 blocks-

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    looked it up and it is 1992 ,, what does the EE on side of block mean

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    EE is the block stamp. EE is 200 carb. FF is 200efi. 150’s are AA and BB. My xr6 says CC. DD is 175 ect.
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    FF- I believe the FF was also used in carb motors- I had a Quicksiliver remanufactured PH that was labeled 200 EFI/Carb - James Perry or Chris Carson can tell us.

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    Towards the end of the 2.5 production they were using whatever blocks they could at Mercury putting motors together. I’ve seen late carb (98-99) FF’s also. The block stamps tend to hold pretty true before that. Of course these are 20 year old motors now, so who knows what’s been replaced or swapped.
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