Mercury Racing is more than a name. The heat of competition warms our souls. The technology of the future excites our imagination. This passion defines the new Mercury Racing Apex Series, pure competition outboards designed to perform at the pinnacle of closed-course racing - the quickest, fastest, smartest four-stroke outboards to ever boil the water. There’s only one way to lead to the finish line. Wide Open, of course.
The Mercury Racing 200 APX is a race-tuned V6 four-stroke outboard designed to power UIM F2 and APBA OPC tunnel boat racing. The 200 APX outboard delivers quick acceleration and scorching top speeds from a durable, low maintenance powerhead equipped with the latest in low-emission, four-stroke engine technology.
The Mercury Racing 360 APX is a potent competition outboard designed specifically to power Formula One tunnel boats in the premier class of the UIM F1H2O World Championship. The 360 APX is tuned to deliver amazing torque from a durable, low-emissions four-stroke V8 powerhead that sets a new benchmark for circuit-racing performance.
APEX Series outboards are tuned by Mercury Racing strictly for competition on 91-octane fuel, with raised compression and increased peak RPM.
A 12-inch competition midsection features a wet sump driveshaft housing and integrated power trim and lift. An overdrive spur gearset produces desired left-hand propeller rotation.
A naturally aspirated powerhead features deep-breathing dual overhead cam/four-valve architecture with a short-runner intake manifold mated to a cold-air induction system.
Above-water exhaust offers unrestricted flow for increased performance, and produces an exciting tone for racing fans.
Mercury Racing expands its Apex Series of competition outboards with the introduction of the Mercury Racing 200 APX, a V6 four-stroke model designed for UIM F2 and APBA OPC tunnel boat racing. Rated at more than 200 horsepower, the 200 APX outboard offers racers a very durable powerhead and the latest in four-stroke engine technology, while reducing exhaust emissions by 90 percent compared to the Mercury Racing 200 SX two-stroke outboard currently in use in these classes, which is no longer in production.