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Mercury Outboard Powerheads
Mercury Marine, founded in 1939, is a division of Brunswick of Lake Forest, Illinois, in the United States. Mercury provides engines for private, commercial and government sales. Mercury also has its own line of racing engines tailored for power and speed. The company's primary business is outboard motors. Mercury Outboards, 30 Hp and less, are made by Tohatsu in Japan.[1] Mercury Marine builds 40, 50 and 60 horsepower outboard motors in Suzhou, China.[2] Mercury also manufactures engines over 75 horsepower in their Fond du Lac, Wisconsin hub in the USA.

The company began when engineer Carl Kiekhaefer purchased a small outboard motor company in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Kiekhaefer's original intention for the Kiekhaefer Corporation was to make magnetic separators for the dairy industry. The purchase included 300 defective outboard motors. Kiekhaefer and a small staff of employees rebuilt the motors and sold them to Montgomery Ward, a mail-order company. The motors were much improved, so the buyer purchased more. Kiekhaefer designed motors that withstood the elements better than his competition and called the motor Mercury after the Roman god.[3] Kiekhaefer took more than 16,000 orders at the 1940 New York Boat Show.

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Mercury in the News
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First drive with Mercury Marine’s electric Avator motors: A smooth, quiet ride (for small boats) [Video]
Instead of rattling, vibrations, and nasty fumes, all you are left with is the calm hum of the motor (which you only notice at full bore), the splash of the wake at the stern, and the fountain-like ... continued..
Mercury Marine Intros MerCruiser T8200 Tow Sport Inboard
Mercury Marine, a division of Brunswick Corporation, recently introduced the all-new MerCruiser® T8200 Tow Sport inboard. The engine is built on Mercury’s successful 8.2L V8 big-block platform and ... continued..
Mercury Marine Launches the Avator™ 75e and 110e Outboards, Expanding the Range of its ...
Following successful previews earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and the Discover Boating Miami ... continued..

Latest Mercury Videos
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Steve Miller from Mercury Marine details the benefits and differences of the Mercury standard and Command Thrust gearcases continued..
Mercury pro angler Byron Velvick takes us on a all-encompassing tour of the Mercury Marine plant in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. See the makings of Mercury outboard and sterndrive products from metal shavings to finished engines. This is a glimpse into the world of Mercury you won't want to miss. continued..
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