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Mercury Marine, founded in 1939 as Kiekhaefer Mercury by Carl Kiekhaefer, is based in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and is now a division of the Brunswick Corporation. The company manufactures the Mercury line of outboard motors and the MerCruiser line of inboard/outboard sterndrives and inboard motors. Mercury Racing (Founded by Carl’s son Fred Kiekhaefer) is the company’s division for racing engines tailored for power and speed.

For Company Overview, History and Contact Information
see our Mercury Marine webpage.

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Specifications For MerCruiser
4-Stroke Cycle Gasoline Marine Engines

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TABLE KEY:
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = Vertical In-Line, s =Slanted, h = Horizontal, n = Inverted
-CYL: V = V, O = Opposed, R = Radial, WR = Wankel Rotary
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, C = Combo Wet & Dry Liners, P = Parent/Native Bore, S = Sleeved
−CYL:  ? = Not Published
RATING: COM = Commercial, R = Recreational, WB = Work Boat, PC = Pleasure Craft
RATING: CON = Continuous, INT = Intermittent
RATING: CON, CD, HD, MCD, MD, INT, ID, GS, HO, etc. (See Duty Ratings at end of this table)
ASP: NA = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged
ASP: TA = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, TI = Turbocharged & Intercooled
MC = Base Engine Manufacture’s Code
Model: MIE = MerCruiser Inboard Engine, MCM = MerCruiser Marine (IO Engine)
KW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower, ? = Not Published
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  –  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Renault ? IL-4−W ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / ?ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 60 NA ? ? 60 ? 1965-1968
MCM 80 NA ? ? 80 ? 1966-1969
MCM 90 NA ? ? 90 ? 1970-1972


BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 153 2.5 IL-4−P ?mm ?mm ?in ?in 2.5L / 153ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 110 NA ? ? 110 ? 1963?-196?
MCM 120 NA ? ? 120 ? 1963?-1983?
MCM 120R NA ? ? 120 ? 1984?-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 181 3.0 IL-4−P 101mm 91mm 4.00in 3.60in 3.0L / 181ci
MODEL ASP-FS MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 140 NA RK ? 140 ? 196?-1983?
MCM 140R NA RK ? 140 ? 1984?-19??
MCM 3.0L NA-? ? 99.3 135 4800? 19??-????
MCM 3.0LX Alpha NA-? ? 100 135 4800 19?? 87-??
MCM 3.0L NA-MPI ? 99.3 135 4800 20??-

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 194 IL-6−P 84.14mm 95.25mm 3.3125in 3.75in 3.2L / 194ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 140? NA ? ? 140 ? 1962?-196?

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
MC 224 IL-4−P 110.7mm 95.3mm 4.36in 3.75in 3.7L / 224ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 165 NA ? ? 165 ? 19??-19??
MCM 470 NA ? ? 170 ? 19??-19??
MCM 488 NA ? ? 188 ? 19??-19??
⇑NOTE: This engine had an aluminum block with cast in iron cylinder sleeves and was created by MerCruiser and cast like Mercury outboard engines. The cast iron cylinder head was from Ford’s 460ci V8. The engine suffered from frequent head gasket failures primarily due to the lower head bolt tightening torque allowed by the threads in the aluminum block. A version of this engine was sold to Ford who fitted it with a turbocharger and offered it as an optional engine in the Mustang automobile. It might be well to note that many of the aluminum blocked Chevy Corvette engines have been cast and assembled by the Specialty Motor Division of Mercury Marine.


BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 230 IL-6−P 98.43mm 82.55mm 3.875in 3.25in 3.8L / 230ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 150? NA ? ? 150 ? 19??-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 250 IL-6−P ?mm ?mm 3-7/8" 3-17/32" 4.1L / 250ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 160 NA ? ? 160 ? 19??-19??
MCM 165 NA ? ? 165 ? 19??-19??
⇑NOTE: The 165 hp manifold was originally developed for the 292ci MCM 200 hp with a 4 barrel quadrajet. An adapter plate allowed the 165 2 barrel carburetor to fit the bigger manifold. This manifold became the factory replacement for the MCM 160 which brought its rating to 165 hp.


BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 262 4.3 V-6−P 101mm 88mm 4.00in 3.48in 4.3L / 262?ci
MODEL ASP-FD MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 4.3LX NA LJ ? ? ? 19??-19??
MCM 4.3LXH NA LK ? ? ? 19??-19??
MCM 262 Mag NA LK ? ? ? 19??-19??
MCM 4.3L 180 NA-MPI ? 134 180 4800 20??-
MCM 4.3LX G+ Al Br NA-2BBL ? 142 190 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 4.3L NA-MPI ? 142 190 4800 19?? 98-??
MCM 4.3LX G+ Al NA-4BBL ? 153 205 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 4.3LXH G+ Br NA-4BBL? ? 153 205 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 262 Mag EFI G+ Al Br NA-4BBL ? 153 205 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 4.3LH NA-MPI ? 153 205 4800 19?? 98-??
MCM 4.3L EFI NA-MPI ? 157 210 4800 19?? 98-??
MCM 4.3L 220 NA-MPI ? 164 220 4800 20??-

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 275 4.5 V-6−P 102mm 92mm 4.0in 3.6in 4.5L / 275ci
MODEL ASP-FD MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM NA-MPI ? 149 200 5200 2???-
MCM NA-MPI ? 186 250 5200 2???-

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 292 IL-6−P ?mm ?mm 3-7/8" ?" 4.8L / 292ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 200 NA ? ? 200 ? 1962?-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM ? V-8−P ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / ?ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 190 NA ? ? 190 ? 19??-19??
MCM 225 NA ? ? 225 ? 19??-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford 302 V-8−P ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / 302ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 888 NA ? ? 188 ? 19??-19??
MCM 215 NA ? ? 215 ? 19??-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 305 5.0 V-8−P 95mm 88.4mm 3.74in 3.48in 5.0L / 305ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MIE 198 NA ? ? 198 ? 19??-19??
MCM 198 NA ? ? 198 ? 19??-19??
MCM 5.0L NA ? 164 220 4800 19?? 98-??
MIE 228 NA ? ? 228 ? 19??-19??
MCM 228 NA ? ? 228 ? 19??-19??
MIE 230 NA ? ? 230 ? 19??-19??
MCM 230 NA ? ? 230 ? 19??-19??
MCM 5.0L EFI NA ? 172 230 4800 19?? 98-??
MCM 233? NA ? ? 233 ? 19??-19??
MCM 230? NA ? ? 228 ? 19??-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 327 V-8−P 101.6mm 82.55mm 4.00in 3.25in 5.354L / 327ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? NA ? ? ? ? 19??-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 350 5.7 V-8−P 101.6mm 88.4mm 4.00in 3.48in 5.7L / 350ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MCM 5.7L Al Br NA-2BBL Carb ? 157 210 4600 19?? 97-??
MIE 5.7L CSki NA ? 160 215 ? 19?? 97-??
MCM 5.7L EFI Al Br NA-2BBL ? 164 220 4600 19?? 97-??
MIE 225 NA ? ? 225 ? 19??-19??
MCM 225? NA ? ? 225 ? 19??-19??
MCM 5.7LX Al Br NA-4BBL Carb ? 186 250 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 5.7LX EFI Al Br NA-2BBL TBI ? 186 250 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 350 Mag Al NA-? ? ? 250 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 5.7L NA ? 186 250 4800 19?? 98-??
MIE 260 NA ? 194 260 ? 19??-19??
MCM 260? NA ? 194260 ? 19??-19??
MIE 5.7L NA ? 194 260 ? 19?? 97 98-??
MCM 5.7L NA ? 194? 260? ? 19??-19??
MIE 350 MagSki NA ? 194? 260? ? 19??-19??
MCM 350 MagEFI NA ? 194? 260? ? 19??-19??
MIE 350 MagMPI NA ? 194? 260? ? 19??-19??
MCM 350 MagMPI NA ? 194? 260? ? 19??-19??
MIE 5.7L EFI NA ? 194 260 4600 19?? 97-??
MCM 5.7L EFI NA ? 194 260 4800 19?? 97 98-??
MIE 350 Mag TSki NA ? 197 265 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 5.7LX EFI G+ Br NA- ? 209 280 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 350 Mag G+ Al NA-? ? 209 280 4800 19?? 97-??
MIE 350 Mag EFI G+ TSki NA ? 197 290 4800 19?? 97-??
MCM 350 MPI G+ Br NA ? 224 300 5000 19?? 97-??
MIE 350 Mag MPI NA ? 224 300 4800 19?? 98-??
MCM 350 Mag MPI NA ? 224 300 4800 19?? 98-??
MCM 350 Mag ECT NA ? 224 300 5200 2???-
MIE 350 Mag MPI G+ TSki NA ? 245 315 4800 19?? 97-??
MIE Black Scorpion NA ? 235 315 5200 19?? 98-??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford 351 V-8−P 101.6mm 88.9mm 4.00in 3.50in 5.75L / 351ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MIE 233 NA ? ? 233 ? 19??-19??
MIE 255 NA ? ? 255 ? 19??-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 377 6.2 V-8−P 101.6mm 95.25mm 4.00in 3.75in 6.2L / 377ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MIE 6.2L 300 ECT NA ? 224 300 5400 2???-
MCM 6.2L 300 ECT NA ? 224 300 5200 2???-
MIE 6.2L 320 ECT NA ? 239 320 5400 2???-
MCM 377 Mag ECT NA ? 239 320 5200 2???-
MIE 6.2L 350 ECT NA ? 261 350 5400 2???-
MCM 6.2L 350 ECT NA ? 261 350 5400 2???-
MIE 6.2L 370 ECT NA ? 276 370 5400 2???-

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 427 V-8−P ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / 427ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? NA ? ? ? ? 19??-19??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 454 7.4 V-8−P 107.4mm 101.6mm 4.25in 4.00in 7.4L / 454ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MIE 7.4L NA ? 224 300 4600 19?? 97-??
MCM 7.4LX EFI Br NA ? 224 300 4800 19?? 97-??
MIE 7.4L NA ? 231 310 4400 19?? 98-??
MIE 7.4L EFI NA ? 231 310 4600 19?? 97-??
MIE 7.4L MPI NA ? 231 310 4600 19?? 98-??
MCM 7.4L MPI NA ? 231 310 4600 19?? 98-??
MIE 330 NA ? ? 330 ? 19??-19??
MIE 340 NA ? ? 340 ? 19??-19??
MIE 7.4L NA ? ? 340? ? 19??-19??
MCM 7.4L NA ? ? 340? ? 19??-19??
MCM 7.4LX MPI Br NA ? 246 330 4600 19?? 97-??
MCM 454 Mag NA ? ? 340? ? 19??-19??
MIE 7.4L MPI NA ? 254 340 4400 19?? 97-??
MCM 454 Mag NA ? 262 350 5000 19?? 97-??
MIE 454 Mag MPI Horizon NA ? 283 380 4800 19?? 98-??
MCM 454 Mag MPI NA ? 287 385 5000 19?? 98-??
MIE 454 Mag MPI TSki NA ? 295 395 5000 19?? 97-??
MCM 454 Mag MPI Br NA ? 287 385 5000 19?? 97-??

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
GM 502 8.2 V-8−P 113.5mm 101.6mm 4.47in 4.00in 8.2L / 502ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
MIE 8.2L NA HH ? ? ? 19??-19??
MCM 502 NA HJ ? ? ? 19??-19??
MIE 8.2 Horizon DTS ECT NA ? 280 375 4600 20??-
MCM 8.2 MAG ECT NA ? 283 380 4800 20??-
MIE 8.2L MPI NA ? 309 400 4800 19?? 97 98-??
MCM 502 MAG MPI NA ? 309 415 5000 19?? 98-??
MCM 502 MAG MPI Br NA ? 309 415 5000 19?? 97-??
MIE 8.2 H.O. DTS ECT NA ? 317 425 4800 20??-
MCM 8.2 MAG H.O. ECT NA ? 321 430 4800 20??-

BASE ENGINE CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Base# IL-?−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / ?ci
MODEL ASP MC KW HP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? NA ? ? ? ? 19??-19??

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Specifications For MerCruiser
4-Stroke Cycle Diesel Marine Engines

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TABLE KEY:
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = Vertical In-Line, s =Slanted, h = Horizontal, n = Inverted
-CYL: V = V, O = Opposed, R = Radial, WR = Wankel Rotary
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, C = Combo Wet & Dry Liners, P = Parent/Native Bore, S = Sleeved
−CYL:  ? = Not Published
RATING: COM = Commercial, R = Recreational, WB = Work Boat, PC = Pleasure Craft
RATING: CON = Continuous, INT = Intermittent
RATING: CON, CD, HD, MCD, MD, INT, ID, GS, HO, etc. (See Duty Ratings at end of this table)
ASP: NA = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged
ASP: TA = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, TI = Turbocharged and Intercooled
KW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower, ? = Not Published
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  –  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

ENGINE FAMILY CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Family IL-?−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / ?ci
MODEL/RATING ASP KW HP BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? NA ? ? ? ? 19??-19??
? T ? ? ? ? 19??-19??


ENGINE FAMILY CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Family IL-?−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / ?ci
MODEL/RATING ASP KW HP BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? NA ? ? ? ? 19??-19??
? T ? ? ? ? 19??-19??
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Specifications For MerCruiser
4-Stroke Cycle Diesel Inboard Marine Engines

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TABLE KEY:
CYL = Cylinder Configuration-Number−Liner: IL = Vertical In-Line, s =Slanted, h = Horizontal, n = Inverted
-CYL: V = V, O = Opposed, R = Radial, WR = Wankel Rotary
−CYL: W = Wet Liners, D = Dry Liners, C = Combo Wet & Dry Liners, P = Parent/Native Bore, S = Sleeved
−CYL:  ? = Not Published
RATING: COM = Commercial, R = Recreational, WB = Work Boat, PC = Pleasure Craft
RATING: CON = Continuous, INT = Intermittent
RATING: CON, CD, HD, MCD, MD, INT, ID, GS, HO, etc. (See Duty Ratings at end of this table)
ASP: NA = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged
ASP: TA = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, TI = Turbocharged and Intercooled
KW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower, ? = Not Published
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute
YEARS MFR’D: Beginning-Ending, Trailing  –  (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production

ENGINE FAMILY/MODEL CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Family/Model IL-?−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / ?ci
MODEL/RATING ASP KW HP BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? NA ? ? ? ? 19??-19??‚
? T ? ? ? ? 19??-19??

ENGINE FAMILY/MODEL CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Family/Model IL-?−? ?mm ?mm ?in ?in ?L / ?ci
MODEL/RATING ASP KW HP BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'D
? NA ? ? ? ? 19??-19??‚
? T ? ? ? ? 19??-19??


Specifications For +ΞVendorΞ ΞModelΞ
ΞDescriptionΞ

Including Other Marinized Versions including Marine Generators

>> Specification Table Under Development <<

TABLE KEY:
Types of Engine Vendors: Engine design owners may produce the engines in-house as manufacturers.
^ Licensees are licensed by engine design owners to produce base engines and/or marine engines.
^ Marinizers buy base engines from the producers at wholesale, marinize them for marine service,
^ ^ and then sell them to boat builders, resellers, etc. at wholesale or to end users at retail.
^ Resellers buy marine engines at wholesale and resell them at a markup including retail.
BASE ENGINE: Manufacturer/Vendor & Model of Base Engine followed by Specifications.
^ CYL: Cylinder Orientation & Configuration - (Dash w/no spaces) Number of Cylinders: (example: "V-8")
^ ^ Cylinder Orientation: v... = Vertical Crankshaft (Pistons are always horizontal).
^ ^ ^ Horizontal Crankshaft: No Code = u… = Upright (Vertical). s… = Slanted (Inclined).
^ ^ ^ h… = Horizontal (Flat, Pancake). i… = Inverted (Crankshaft Up, Head Down, Upside Down).
^ ^ Cylinder Configuration: …S = Single Cylinder. I = In-Line. …V = V Pattern (eg V-8).
^ ^ ^ …W = W Pattern. …Y = Y Pattern. …X… = X Pattern. …+… = + Pattern. …Δ… = Delta.
^ ^ ^ …o = Outward Facing Pistons (eg Boxer). …i = Inward Facing Opposed Pistons (O-P).
^ ^ ^ …R,R2,R3,R4 = Radial (Single,Double,Triple,Quad Banks). …® = Radial Rotary = Rotary Radial.
^ ^ ^ …Θ… = Rotary. …∞ = BiQuad Rotary. …ω = Wankel Rotary.
^ BORE & STROKE: …mm = Millimeters. …in = …" = Inches.
^ DISPLACEMENT = Swept Volume: …cc = Cubic Centimeters (cm³). …L = Liters. …ci = Cubic Inches (in³).
MODEL RATINGS: Base Engine Model, Vendor Rating Code, Duty Ratings, Power Ratings, etc.
^ A-F: Aspiration-Fueling: Intake Air uncharged or charged - Petrol or Diesel Fueling.
^ ^ Aspiration: N = Naturally Aspirated. T = Turbocharged. TT = Twin Turbos. S = Supercharged.
^ ^ ^ …c = Crankcase Scavenged. …h = Crosshead Scavenged. …b = w/Blower.
^ ^ ^ …i = Intercooled. …a = Aftercooled. …A = Air Cooled Intercooler/Aftercooler (Charged Air Cooler).
^ ^ ^ …R = …r = w/RawWater (Seawater) Cooled Intercooler/Aftercooler (Charged Air Cooler).
^ ^ ^ …F = …f = w/FreshWater (Engine Coolant) Cooled Intercooler/Aftercooler (Charged Air Cooler).
^ ^ Petrol Fueling: C = Carbureted. T = Throttle Body Injection. M = Multiport Injection.
^ ^ ^ D = Direct Injection. …a = Compressed Air Assisted Injection.
^ ^ Diesel Fueling: M = Mechanical Injection. …d = Distributor Injection Pump. …I = In-line Injection Pump.
^ ^ ^ …ii = II = Integral Injector. C = Common Rail. E = …e = Electronic Injection.
^ ^ ^ …d = Direct Injection (into combustion chamber). …i = Indirect Injection (pre-combustion chamber).
^ DR = Duty Ratings: See the Engine Duty Ratings Description at the end of the Table.
^ ^ ♦♦ = Highest Power Rating from Data Sources.
^ ^ C = Continuous (eg Workboats). I = Intermittent (eg Pleasure Craft). M = Max = Maximum.
^ ^ BS = B. S. Rating. OL = B. S. Overload.
^ POWER: kW = Kilowatts. HP = Horsepower. BHP = Brake Horsepower. SHP = SAE Horsepower.
^ ^ sHP = Shaft Horsepower. MHP = Metric Horsepower. PS = Pferdestärke (Metric Horsepower).
^ RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute.
^ YEARS: Beginning∼Ending. Trailing "–" or "∼" without an Ending Date = Still in Production/Available.
^ ^ YYYY usually = Model Year. MM/YY = actual Month/Year.
^ ^ Vendors typically market products after production ceases, often until stockpiles are exhausted.
^ DS = Data Source: Click DS Link to view DS. ♦♦♦ = Summary of Data Compiled from Multiple Sources.
^ ^ DS's 1st Letter = Vendor's 1st Letter (example: F = Ford). Wik = Wikipedia. BD = BoatDiesel.com.
^ ^ DS's 2nd Letter:  ...d = Directory. ...w = Webpage. ...c = Catalog. ...b = Brochure. ...s = SpecSheet.
^ ^ ^ ...o = Owner's/Operator's Manual. ...m = Service/Repair/Technical/Workshop/Shop Manual.
^ ^ ^ ...p = Parts Catalog. …# = Serial # List ...h = History. ...y = Years Vended (History). ...f = Forum.
^ ^ DS's Last Digits: ...1,2,3,A,B,C,etc = Source #, Version, Revision (example: Fc1 = Ford Catalog #1).
Data: ⊗ = Data Not Available from Data Source. ¿... = ...? = Data Unconfirmed/in Question.

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MODEL CYL DISPLACEMENT ASP kW HP MHP @RPM YEARS
ΞModelΞ ⊗-⊗ ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci ⊗-⊗ ⊗∼⊗
ΞModelΞ ⊗-⊗ ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci ⊗-⊗ ⊗∼⊗

NOTES:

From ΞSourceΞ.

Specification Table Under Development

BASE ENGINE:
+ΞMANUFACTURERΞ CYL BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
+ΞMODELΞ ⊗-⊗ ⊗mm / ⊗in ⊗mm / ⊗in ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci

MODEL RATINGS:
+ΞVENDORΞ A-F DR kW BHP MHP RPM YEARS DS
+ΞMODELΞ (ΞNotesΞ) ⊗-⊗ ♦♦♦ ⊗∼⊗ ♦♦♦
  ^ ΞMODELΞ (ΞNotesΞ) ⊗-⊗ ⊗∼⊗ ?
PRODUCERS:
LICENSEES:
MARINIZERS:
RESELLERS:
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Engine Duty Ratings

This section is under development and may contain rough drafts.

Agricultural:
C = Continuous: Power available continuously.
I = Intermittent: Power available for 1 hour out of 8 hours with low annual hours.

Automotive:
C = Continuous: Power available continuously.
I = Intermittent: Power available for 1 hour out of 8 hours with low annual hours.

Industrial:
C = Continuous: Power available continuously.
I = Intermittent: Power available for 1 hour out of 8 hours with low annual hours.

Marine:
C = Continuous: Power available continuously.
I = Intermittent: Power available for 1 hour out of 8 hours with low annual hours.
Cm = Commercial.
Pc = Pleasure Craft.

Power Generation:
C = Continuous: Power available continuously.
I = Intermittent: Power available for 1 hour out of 8 hours with low annual hours.
P = Intermittent Peak Load.
G = Generator.
GC = Generator - Continuous.
GI = Generator - Intermittent.
GP = Generator - Intermittent Peak Load.
NOTES: AC Generators use 1500 RPM for 50 Cycle and 1800 RPM for 60 Cycle.


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02.03.03 – Classification Societies: TD
02.04 – Boat Building & Refitting Tools‚+: (Vendors‚ Specs‚ Manuals‚ Recalls‚+). TD
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02.06.08 –  ^  Reciprocating Piston Engine Configurations T
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16.02 –  ^  10 Wooden Boats You Can Build For Sail‚ Motor‚ Paddle‚ and OarPeter H. Spectre B
16.02 –  ^  12 Volt Bible for BoatsMiner Brotherton B
16.02 –  ^  12 Volt Doctor's Practical HandbookEdgar J. Beyn B
16.02 –  ^  Aluminum BoatbuildingErnest H. Sims B
16.02 –  ^  Aluminum Boatbuilding Guide — Glen L. Witt B
16.02 –  ^  American Merchant Seaman's Manual : For SeamenSeamen? B
16.02 –  ^  Basic Navel ArchitectureKenneth C. Barnaby B
16.02 –  ^  Basic Ship TheoryK.J. Rawson & E.C. Tupper B
16.02 –  ^  Boat Engines : A Manual for Work and Pleasure BoatsP. J. Bowyer B
16.02 –  ^  Boat Maintenance : The Essential Guide — William Burr Jr B
16.02 –  ^  Boat Mechanical Systems Handbook — Dave Gerr B
16.02 –  ^  Boat Owner's ManualIntertec B
16.02 –  ^  Boat Repair Made Easy - EnginesKaufman B
16.02 –  ^  Boat-Building and BoatingDaniel Carter Beard B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilder’s HandbookUSCG B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilder's NotebookGlen L. Witt B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding Manual — Robert M. Steward B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding MethodsPeter Cook B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding on a Glass Fibre HullDave Gannaway B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding One-Off In FiberglassAllan H. Vaitses B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding with AluminumThomas Colvin B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding with AluminumStephen F. Pollard B
16.02 –  ^  ^  Boatbuilding with Aluminum : A Complete Guide … — Stephen Pollard B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding with PlywoodGlen L. Witt & Ken Hankinson B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding With SteelGilbert C. Klingel B
16.02 –  ^  Boatbuilding with Steel & Boatbuilding with AluminumKlingel & Colvin B
16.02 –  ^  Boater's Pocket ReferenceThomas McEwan B
16.02 –  ^  Boating Magazine's Powerboater's Guide to Electrical SystemsEdwin R. Sherman B
16.02 –  ^  Boating Magazine's Quick & Easy Boat MaintenanceSandy Lindsey B
16.02 –  ^  Boatkeeper : … Maintenance‚ Repair‚ ImprovementGladstone & Bottomley (Eds) B
16.02 –  ^  Boatman's Handbook : The New Look-it-up BookTom Bottomley B
16.02 –  ^  Boatowner's Fitting Out ManualJeff Toghill B
16.02 –  ^  Boatowner's Illustrated Electrical HandbookCharlie Wing B
16.02 –  ^  Boatowner's Illustrated Handbook of WiringCharlie Wing B
16.02 –  ^  Boatowner's Mechanical & Electrical ManualNigel Calder B
16.02 –  ^  Boatowner's Practical & Technical Cruising ManualNigel Calder B
16.02 –  ^  Commissioning & DecommissioningPractical Sailor Library B
16.02 –  ^  Complete Guide to Outboard Motor Service & RepairPaul Dempsey B
16.02 –  ^  Complete Powerboating ManualTim Bartlett & Simon Collis B
16.02 –  ^  Concrete BoatbuildingGainor W. Jackson B
16.02 –  ^  Cost Conscious CruiserLin & Larry Pardey B
16.02 –  ^  Diesel Engine MechanicsWayne A. Kelm B
16.02 –  ^  Diesel EnginesJ. W. Anderson B
16.02 –  ^  Diesel TroubleshootierDon Seddon B
16.02 –  ^  Diesels Afloat : The Must-Have Guide for Diesel Boat EnginesPat Manley B
16.02 –  ^  Don Casey's Complete Illustrated Sailboat Maintenance ManualDon Casey B
16.02 –  ^  Electrical Handbook for RVs‚ Campers‚ Vans‚ Boats & TrailersHerb Gill B
16.02 –  ^  Electrics AfloatAlir Garrod B
16.02 –  ^  Engines Afloat : From Early Days to D-Day Vol 2Stan Grayson B
16.02 –  ^  Essential Boat MaintenancePat Manley & Rupert Holmes B
16.02 –  ^  Fiberglass Boat Survey ManualArthur Edmunds B
16.02 –  ^  GammelmotorenValdemar Steiro B
16.02 –  ^  Handling Troubles Afloat : What to Do When It All Goes WrongJohn Mellor B
16.02 –  ^  Handyman Afloat & AshoreKen Bramham B
16.02 –  ^  How To Repair Diesel EnginesPaul Dempsey B
16.02 –  ^  Inboard Motor InstallationsGlen L. Witt & Ken Hankinson B
16.02 –  ^  Inspecting the Aging SailboatDon Casey B
16.02 –  ^  Internal Combustion Engines — USCG B
16.02 –  ^  Inboard Engine‚ Transmission and Drive Service : ManualIntertec B
16.02 –  ^  Kawasaki Jet Ski Shop Manual‚ 1976-1988Ron Wright B
16.02 –  ^  Know Your Boat's Diesel EngineAndrew Simpson B
16.02 –  ^  Look Inside : Cross-Sections · SHIPS — Moira Butterfield B
16.02 –  ^  MaintenanceTime-Life B
16.02 –  ^  Managing 12 Volts : How to Upgrade‚ Operate‚ and TroubleshootHarold Barre B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Diesel Basics — Dennison Berwick B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Diesel Engines : Maintenance‚ Troubleshooting‚ and RepairNigel Calder B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Diesel Engines : Maintenance & Repair ManualJean-Luc Pallas B
16.02 –  ^  Marine DieselsM. David Burghardt & George D. Kingsley B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Electrical Care & RepairDavid MacLean B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Electrical Electronics BibleJohn C. Payne B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Electrical SystemsDIY Boat Owner Magazine B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Engine Room Blue BookWilliam D. Eglinton B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Engines & PropulsionRanger Hope B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Fire Prevention‚ Firefighting and Fire SafetyUS DoC MA B
16.02 –  ^  Marine InvestigationsDavid Pascoe B
16.02 –  ^  Marine Metals ManualRoger Pretzer B
16.02 –  ^  Metal Corrosion In BoatsNigel Warren B
16.02 –  ^  Metals Handbook — ASM B
16.02 –  ^  Modern Boat MaintenanceBo Streiffert (Ed) B
16.02 –  ^  Motor Boat EnginesAlan C. Wilson B
16.02 –  ^  NYNEX Boaters DirectoryNYNEX B
16.02 –  ^  Oars‚ Sails and SteamEdwin Tunis B
16.02 –  ^  Outboard Motors Maintenance and Repair ManualJean-Luc Pallas B
16.02 –  ^  Powerboat Care and RepairAllen D. Berrien B
16.02 –  ^  Powerboater's Guide to Electrical Systems (Boating Magazine)Edwin R. Sherman B
16.02 –  ^  Practical Small Powerboat MaintenanceAllen D. Berrien B
16.02 –  ^  Preliminary Design of Boats & ShipsCyrus Hamlin B
16.02 –  ^  Primitive BenchmarkJerry N. Selness B
16.02 –  ^  Propeller HandbookDave Gerr B
16.02 –  ^  Quick & Easy Boat Maintenance : 1‚001 Time-Saving TipsSandy Lindsey B
16.02 –  ^  Reeds Diesel Engine Troubleshooting HandbookBarry Pickthall B
16.02 –  ^  Reeds Outboard Motor Troubleshooting HandbookBarry Pickthall B
16.02 –  ^  Refrigeration For PleasureboatsNigel Calder B
16.02 –  ^  Replacing Your Boat's Engine (Adlard Coles Manuals)Mike Westin B
16.02 –  ^  Run Your Diesel Vehicle on BiofuelsJon Starbuck & Gavin D. j. Harper B
16.02 –  ^  Running FixTony Gibbs BF
16.02 –  ^  RYA Book of Diesel EnginesTim Bartlett B
16.02 –  ^  RYA Book of Outboard MotorsTim Bartlett B
16.02 –  ^  RYA Diesel Engine HandbookAndrew Simpson B
16.02 –  ^  Sailboat Electrics SimplifiedDon Casey B
16.02 –  ^  Seaworthy: Essential Lessons from BoatUS — Robert A. Adriance – BoatU.S. B
16.02 –  ^  Seloc Bombardier Sea-doo Personal Watercraft … ManualClarence W. Coles. (T) B
16.02 –  ^  Seloc Kawasaki Personal Watercraft‚ 1992-97 Repair ManualJoan Coles B
16.02 –  ^  Seloc Yamaha Personal Watercraft … ManualClarence W. Coles B
16.02 –  ^  ShipsRichard Humble B
16.02 –  ^  Ships & Boats : Sail‚ Navigation‚ Radar‚ Anchor‚ Keel …Chris Oxlade B
16.02 –  ^  Shipshape - The Art of Sailboat MaintenanceFerenc Mat B
16.02 –  ^  Simple Boat MaintenancePat Manley B
16.02 –  ^  Small Boat Engines - Inboard & OutboardConrad Miller B
16.02 –  ^  Sorensen's Guide to Powerboats — Eric W. Sorensen B
16.02 –  ^  Stability and Trim for the Ship's OfficerWilliam E. George (Ed) B
16.02 –  ^  Stapleton's Powerboat Bible : How to Buy‚ Equip‚ and Organize …Sid Stapleton B
16.02 –  ^  Strength of Aluminum vs Strength of SteelKasten B
16.02 –  ^  Surveying and Restoring Classic BoatsJ C Winters B
16.02 –  ^  Surveying Fiberglass Power BoatsDavid Pascoe B
16.02 –  ^  Surveying Small CraftIan Nicolson B
16.02 –  ^  Take the Mystery Out of Boat MaintenanceLawrence A. Diamond B
16.02 –  ^  The Adlard Coles Book of Diesel EnginesTim Bartlett B
16.02 –  ^  The Adlard Coles Book of Outboard MotorsTim Bartlett B
16.02 –  ^  The Boat Repair ManualGeorge Buchanan B
16.02 –  ^  The Boatman's Guide to Modern Marine MaterialsErnest A. Zadig B
16.02 –  ^  The Boatowner's Guide to Corrosion — Everett Collier B
16.02 –  ^  The Care and Repair of Small Marine DieselsChris Thompson B
16.02 –  ^  The Classic Outboard Motor HandbookPeter Hunn B
16.02 –  ^  The Complete Book of Pleasure Boat EnginesErnest A. Zadig B
16.02 –  ^  The Diesel CompanionPat Manley B
16.02 –  ^  The Essential Boat Maintenance ManualJeff E. Toghill B
16.02 –  ^  The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Ships‚ Boats‚ …Graham Blackburn B
16.02 –  ^  The Motorboat Electrical and Electronics ManualJohn C. Payne B
16.02 –  ^  The Napier WayBryan Boyle BB
16.02 –  ^  The Young Sea Officer's Sheet AnchorDarcy Lever B
16.02 –  ^  Theory and Practice of Propellers For Auxiliary SailboatsJohn R. Stanton B
16.02 –  ^  This Old BoatDon Casey B
16.02 –  ^  Troubleshooting and Repairing Diesel EnginesPaul Dempsey B
16.02 –  ^  Troubleshooting Marine DieselsPeter Compton B
16.02 –  ^  Understanding Boat Corrosion‚ Lightning Protection…John C. Payne B
16.02 –  ^  Understanding Boat DesignEdward S. Brewer B
16.02 –  ^  Understanding Boat Diesel EnginesJohn C. Payne B
16.02 –  ^  Watch It Made in the USA : Visitor's Guide to the Best Factory Tours — Karen Axelrod B
16.02 –  ^  What Shape Is She In?. A Guide to the Surveying of BoatsAllan H. Vaitses B
16.02 –  ^  Your Boat's Electrical SystemConrad Miller & E. S. Maloney B
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16.03 –  ^  The ANCHOR — Anchors Aweigh Academy M
16.03 –  ^  DIY Boat Owner - The Marine Maintenance MagazineBoatUS Mad Mariner (OoB) M
16.04 – Videos: (How-to-Tutorials‚ Documentaries‚ Travelogues‚+). D
16.05 – Websites: (Incl. Articles‚ Forum Posts‚ Tech Tips‚ Tech Notes‚ Social Media‚+). D
16.05 –  ^  Anchors Aweigh Academy V
16.05 –  ^  BoatDiesel.comPeter Compton W
16.05 –  ^  BoatUS V
16.05 –  ^  ^  Aluminum CareDon Casey WA
16.05 –  ^  ^  Carbon Monoxide = Silent KillerDon Casey WA
16.05 –  ^  ^  Winterizing Your EngineDon Casey WA
16.05 –  ^  International Institute of Marine Surveying (IIMS) V
16.05 –  ^  ^  Ship and Boat Building TermsIIMS WA
16.05 –  ^  Wikipedia W
16.05 –  ^  ^  Marine propulsion WA

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