Racing 300R: There’s more tune-up on this motor, which features a Racing-designed intake with shorter runners, more-aggressive intake camshafts, an oil cooler and a re-calibrated ECU that takes the WOT range to 5800-6400 rpm. The standard 300R has the same Tri-ram Racing midsection and mount set-up as the 250R, but there’s also a 300R HD version with a heavy-duty midsection featuring solid upper and lower mounts, forged transom brackets with single-ram power trim and a remote trim pump designed to endure the harsh offshore environment. Select HD midsection models are equipped with an integrated rear tie-bar mounting plate for multi-engine installations. Optional side steering kits are also available for select high-performance applications. Three gearcase options are available for the Racing 300R: surface-piercing Sport Master for boats capable of speeds over 85 mph; Torque Master for partial-surfacing applications and heavier bass boats; the 5.44-inch HD gearcase for use on bay boats and multi engine performance center consoles where the application requires a more submerged gearcase. In the 20-inch length the 300R weighs 512 pounds, while the 300R HD weighs 546 pounds. Pricing ranges from $27,060 to $32,335 depending on gearcase, with a $1,430 upcharge for digital controls.