• Mercury Racing Reveals Surface Piercing Outboard Propeller

    CNC Cleaver Is Designed For Verado 400R

    FOND DU LAC, Wis. (Feb. 16, 2017) – Mercury Racing is pleased to introduce the all-new CNC Outboard Cleaver propeller. Designed exclusively for 400R consumer performance outboards and the 400 ROS competition outboard, the precision machined five-blade propeller is produced on the same state-of-the-art CNC machines used to mill Mercury Racing’s legendary five- and six-blade sterndrive cleaver propellers.

    The surface piercing propeller is designed to maximize top-end speed on performance hulls powered by 400R and 400 ROS outboards fitted with the Mercury Racing Sport Master gearcase.

    Exclusive Features

    • 400 horsepower rating
    • Models range from 14-1/2” to 15-1/2” diameters, 15-degree rake and the following pitches: 32”, 32.5”, 33.5” and 34
    • Each carries a one-year limited warranty when used within its maximum powerrating on a 400R or 400R Carbon Edition outboard for recreational boating.

    Suggested retail price is $5,738.23. Contact Mercury Racing Performance Propeller Manager Scott Reichow at 920-921-5330 for additional information.

    About Mercury Racing

    Based in Fond du Lac, Wis., Mercury Racing, a division of Mercury Marine, is a leading provider of high-performance marine propulsion systems for discriminating boaters worldwide, offering an exciting and fulfilling power boating experience on the water. Using leading-edge technology, Mercury Racing produces high-performance outboards, sterndrives, propellers, parts and accessories. Mercury Racing also produces crate engines for the automotive aftermarket industry. Mercury Marine is a division of Brunswick Corp. (NYSE: BC), the world’s leading manufacturer of recreational products, including pleasure boats, marine engines, fitness equipment, and billiards.
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Krazymaan's Avatar
      Krazymaan -
      Is this machined from Billet Aluminum or is this sand cast stainless steel and then CNC'd?
    1. mjw930's Avatar
      mjw930 -
      They start out as cast stainless blanks that are CNC machined then hand finished according to this article. http://www.boats.com/reviews/mercury.../#.WKpj2pE8KhA
    1. WannabeRacer's Avatar
      WannabeRacer -
      How can you possibly justify such a price?
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