NXT6

The legendary NXT6 sterndrive has racked up more national and world championships in the demanding arena of offshore racing than another other propulsion system. The drive features a race-inspired twin pinion gear shaft design. Patented by Mercury for outboard racing back in the 1950s, the innovative design splits the torque load for a higher power capacity while maintaining a slim, surface piercing gearcase shape for maximum efficiency. Forged lower gears, designed to handle the higher toque loads while an innovative dry-sump lubrication system ensures maximum efficiency and power-output.

 

 

 

 
   

Original

Debuted in 1988 with the first of many offshore world championships.

 

Durable

Built to take the abuse that comes with offshore powerboat racing and the ever increasing power outputs of the modern sterndrive engine.

     

Efficient

An innovative twin pinion gear shaft design splits the torque load for a higher power capacity while maintaining a slim, surface piercing gearcase shape for maximum efficiency.

 

System Engineered

Engines, controls, transmissions, drives and propellers are designed to work as an integrated system with the vessel.

     

Compatible with

     
700 SCI

Mercury Racing has expanded the versatility of the popular 700 SCi sterndrive engine package with …

 
1100

Compared to the 1075 SCi, it has a little more power and a lot more …

     
Class 1

Based off of the quad cam four valve (QC4v) engine platform, the 850 h.p. Class1 …

   

Specifications

Tech  
  • Swept-back skeg design.
  • Innovative dry-sump lubrication system for enhanced power and efficiency.
  • Upper gear housing allows for quick change of gear ratios.
  • Large, heavy-duty universal joint and driveshaft
  • Forged lower-unit gears provide greater strength
  • Input rated up to 1160 lb. ft. of torque.
  • Integrated hydraulic power steering cylinders.
   
   

 
   

 

 

 

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