MERCURY MARINE PROPELLERS

Mercury Marine Propellers

Maximize Your Mercury Engine’s Performance

Put a Mercury propeller behind it.

Stronger materials, more innovative designs, and unmatched engineering expertise keep Mercury ahead of the competition. And you ahead of the pack. From eye-watering top speed for tournament pros to unmatched pulling power for tow sports, Mercury propellers deliver.

Durability counts, too. Which is why the U.S. Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security rely on Mercury propellers.

Elite Series Propellers

Key Features

"Push/Pull” Propulsion

Prop blade rotates downward, pushing water down and back. Water rushes in behind the blade to fill the resulting void. This creates a pressure differential between the blade's two sides: positive push on the underside, negative pull on top. Result? Propeller is both pushed and pulled through the water.

Perfect Pitch

Finding yours means identifying what's most important to you for boat performance. More torque for better holeshot? Choose a lower pitch. Higher top-end speed? Go with a higher pitch. At a lower pitch, your engine reaches maximum rpm at lower speeds. That means more initial pull, but a lower top end. A higher pitch prop reverses the equation: less initial pull, higher top end. The goal is to find a propeller that works fine for both acceleration and top speed, but truly performs when you want most.

Acceleration

Push/pull forces draw water into the propeller from the front and accelerate it out the back. The resulting jet stream of higher-velocity water behind the propeller creates thrust. Now you're really moving.

Hub

Transmits propeller thrust through forward thrust hub to propeller shaft and, in turn, boat. Contains the Flo-Torq rubber hub or Flo-Torq II Delrin® Hub System.

Blades

As with pitch, your ideal number of blades depends on the performance characteristic you're after. A three-blade propeller typically delivers better top-speed performance. Four blades provide better acceleration and smoother cruising operation.

Bravo Three®

 

Innovative duo for amazing acceleration, fuel economy, and handling.

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Trophy® Sport

Quick holeshot and precise handling when you’re going for the gold.

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HighFive®

A favorite of freshwater fishermen. A powerful fit for your deep-V boat.

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SpitFire®

 

Aggressively advanced for faster acceleration and turning.

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Trophy® Plus

 

Four-blade design for great lift, high drive heights, and easy handling throughout.

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Tempest® Plus

 

Enhanced performance and acceleration for bass and tournament boats.

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SpitFire® X7

 

The impossible just became reality. The new SpitFire X7 is the first propeller for 75-115hp outboard-powered boats manufactured with Mercury Marine's proprietary X7 Alloy.

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Mirage® Plus

 

Great acceleration, unmatched drive. Highly recommended by offshore boat companies.

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Bravo Three® Diesel

 

Powerful performance for heavier diesel-powered boats.

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Bravo Two® – Stainless

 

Excellent mid- to top-level performance. Stainless-steel durability.

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Sport Series Propellers

Key Features

"Push/Pull” Propulsion

Prop blade rotates downward, pushing water down and back. Water rushes in behind the blade to fill the resulting void. This creates a pressure differential between the blade's two sides: positive push on the underside, negative pull on top. Result? Propeller is both pushed and pulled through the water.

Perfect Pitch

Finding yours means identifying what's most important to you for boat performance. More torque for better holeshot? Choose a lower pitch. Higher top-end speed? Go with a higher pitch. At a lower pitch, your engine reaches maximum rpm at lower speeds. That means more initial pull, but a lower top end. A higher pitch prop reverses the equation: less initial pull, higher top end. The goal is to find a propeller that works fine for both acceleration and top speed, but truly performs when you want most.

Acceleration

Push/pull forces draw water into the propeller from the front and accelerate it out the back. The resulting jet stream of higher-velocity water behind the propeller creates thrust. Now you're really moving.

Hub

Transmits propeller thrust through forward thrust hub to propeller shaft and, in turn, boat. Contains the Flo-Torq rubber hub or Flo-Torq II Delrin® Hub System.

Blades

As with pitch, your ideal number of blades depends on the performance characteristic you're after. A three-blade propeller typically delivers better top-speed performance. Four blades provide better acceleration and smoother cruising operation.

Laser II

 

Quick lift and acceleration for your bass or deep-V boat.

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Vengeance®

 

Stainless steel with powerful drive and consistent performance.

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Bravo Two® – Aluminum

 

Maximum thrust, for maximum performance.

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Alpha 4®

 

Get on plane easy and fast with a propeller that drives performance.

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Vensura®

 

Strengthening bow lift on single - or twin - outboards for excellent acceleration.

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Black Max®

 

Top choice of boat builders. Worldwide best seller.

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Comp Series Propellers

Key Features

"Push/Pull” Propulsion

Prop blade rotates downward, pushing water down and back. Water rushes in behind the blade to fill the resulting void. This creates a pressure differential between the blade's two sides: positive push on the underside, negative pull on top. Result? Propeller is both pushed and pulled through the water.

Perfect Pitch

Finding yours means identifying what's most important to you for boat performance. More torque for better holeshot? Choose a lower pitch. Higher top-end speed? Go with a higher pitch. At a lower pitch, your engine reaches maximum rpm at lower speeds. That means more initial pull, but a lower top end. A higher pitch prop reverses the equation: less initial pull, higher top end. The goal is to find a propeller that works fine for both acceleration and top speed, but truly performs when you want most.

Acceleration

Push/pull forces draw water into the propeller from the front and accelerate it out the back. The resulting jet stream of higher-velocity water behind the propeller creates thrust. Now you're really moving.

Blades

As with pitch, your ideal number of blades depends on the performance characteristic you're after. A three-blade propeller typically delivers better top-speed performance. Four blades provide better acceleration and smoother cruising operation.

Revolution 4®

 

Aggressive four-blade design for aggressive big-boat performance.

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Enertia®

 

Great acceleration and top speed for high-horsepower engines.

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Fury®

 

Boosts speed on outboards that run 200hp and higher. Zoom past the competition.

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Enertia® ECO

 

Boost fuel economy without penalizing holeshot for top-end speed.

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Maximus®

 

Ultimate five-blade performance to enhance big blocks and Mercury Racing® engines.

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Bravo I®

 

A perfect fit for high-speed V-8-powered engines with high-performance hulls.

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Fury® 4

 

The new Fury 4 propeller is the fastest offering from Mercury Propellers for the angler running heavily weighted tournament load boats.

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