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Two Hundred Horsepower in Your Hands

Mercury Racing Keyfob Boosts Marine Engine Output

June 1, 2015
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Introduced at the 2015 Progressive Miami International Boat Show, the Mercury Racing 1550 is a 6,800 rpm wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Mercury Racing 1550 keyfob

This new big block features dual calibration from an electronic key fob. Using the fob — a USB drive, really — to manage the engine’s advanced control system, operators can turn a 1,350 hp engine that runs great on 91 octane fuel into a 1,550 hp beast burning 112 AKI race fuel. Both fuel calibrations provide maximum torque and efficiency. All of this from a 552 cid engine that features sequential fuel injection with a Mercury Racing Dry-Sump Hydraulic transmission and Dry Sump M8R drive.

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Mercury Racing 1550 keyfob insert
The key fob: really a USB drive.
Mercury Racing 1550 many colors
The engine is available in many colors, besides this Raven Black.
The 1550 is compatible with a host of drives and accessories.
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