Fort Myers, Florida, United States
NEW ARRIVAL JUST IN FROM NY ... THIS ONE IS LOADED AND VERY CLEAN.... 8.2 MERCS BRAVO 3 with AXIUS, AIR AND GEN 150 hours Raytheon Radar , Tridata, UPGRADED SOUND SYSTEM ... TOMMY BAHAMA INTERIOR OPTION ...JUST REDUCED FROM 259,900
Custom quilted bedspread w/matching pillow sham and contrasting pillows
Engine freshwater flush system
Stainless steel security safe
VacuFlush® unit w/holding tank & macerator for discharge or dockside pumpout
Gray water holding system
Concealed quick-disconnect coiled-hose freshwater anchor/transom washdown system
Stainless steel bow docking lights
Remote-control halogen searchlight
Low maintenance teak-grain vinyl decking on swim platform
Low maintenance teak-grain vinyl decking on swim platform & full cockpit
VHF radio w/antenna
SeaKey satellite communication/boat data/security system
MerCruiser® Axius premier sterndrive docking system
Raymarine GPS navigational system w/E120 widescreen color chartplotter
widescreen color radar display/chartplotter
Continuous molded deck & cockpit liner
Molded in-dash deck access steps w/316L stainless steel handrail
Dash panels w/silver burl or wood finish & brushed metallic finish
Complete Livorsi® illuminated instrumentation, domed w/chrome bezels
Dash panel-mounted Ritchie® compass
Raymarine? ST-60 digital depth sounder
Livorsi chromed shifters/throttles w/in-handle outdrive trim switch
Safety ignition stop switches w/tethers
Dino? tilt steering wheel w/silver burl or wood & brushed metallic insets
Lockable under-dash storage compartment
Bennett® trim tab switches & indicators
Fingertip outdrive trim/trailer switches
Auxiliary 12V outlet
Illuminated waterproof accessory rocker switches w/E-T-A® circuit breakers
Kenwood waterproof dash-mounted multi-feature stereo remote control
Two arch-mounted & two cockpit 150W 6 1/2" marine-grade speakers w/600W amplification, polished stainless steel grilles & separate tweeters & 200W subwoofer iPod?/MP3 port
Twelve polished stainless steel drink holders
Cockpit/swim platform blue/white LED courtesy lights w/hand-held remote control
Weather-resistant cockpit seating featuring
PreFixx® coating, DriFast foam & StarLite® XL synthetic marine panel construction
Twin command seating w/dual-position helm & companion seats
Disconnect switches for auxiliary & starting batteries
U-shaped aft lounge seating w/storage
Aft-facing sun lounge package w/storage below for tables, cushions & four fenders-converts to full-length sunpad
Dual-height cockpit tables w/filler cushions
Molded wetbar w/integrated sink, Corian® countertop, 120V/12V pullout refrigerator w/stainless steel front and beverage racks, 171/2-quart Igloo® cooler, in-counter trash container & 120V GFCI outlet
Demand water system w/43-gallon capacity
Battery parallel emergency switch
Custom patterned cockpit carpet
Pneumatic-assist transom door
Bimini top, front & side curtains w/easy-mount zipper connectors & extended aft cockpit enclosure in color-coordinated non-fading Sunbrella® acrylic fabric w/SeaMark? vinyl undercoating
Cockpit cover in color-coordinated non-fading Sunbrella acrylic fabric w/SeaMark vinyl undercoating
Sliding/locking cabin door
Cherry woodgrain-finish entry steps
American Cherry woodgrain-finish flooring throughout cabin
Curved Ultraleather? sofa seating w/dual-height, high-gloss Deep Cherry wood dining table & filler cushions
Custom décor pillows & draperies
In-floor dining table/filler cushion storage
Entertainment center in high-gloss Deep Cherry finish w/Corian countertop & 26" LCD HDTV/DVD combo player w/dockside access cord
16,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioner w/digital climate control
Illuminated 120V & 12V electrical panels
Hanging locker w/automatic light
Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo w/changer control, 10-disc CD changer & iPod docking station
Two 150W 6 1/2" 2-way marine-grade speakers
Complete galley in high-gloss Deep Cherry finish w/storage & hardwood dovetailed drawers, full Corian countertop, 120V/12V polished stainless steel refrigerator, polished stainless steel sink, concealed electric stove w/safety shut-off switch, microwave oven, Krups® 5-speed blender & concealed trash container
Aft cabin stateroom/queen-size berth , full-width storage, cable TV receptacle, phone jack &
Demand water system
Water level gauge
120V water heater w/heat exchanger
Molded private head compartment w/vanity, high-gloss Deep Cherry-finish lower doors,
Corian countertop, polished stainless steel sink w/swivel faucet, porcelain Flush and
Forget® VacuFlush® head unit, 50-gallon holding tank & dockside pumpout, separate shower area w/molded-in seat & exhaust fan
Built-in WalVac® sweeper system
Automatic cabin bilge pump w/high water alarm
Cabin bilge pump w/high water alarm
Carbon monoxide detectors
Twin engine installation
Motorized hatch lift
Automatic fire extinguisher
Thru-bolted engine mounts
Starting marine batteries w/battery retainers
80-amp battery charger
Active & passive galvanic corrosion protection systems
Two automatic bilge pumps
Bilge high water alarm
7.3 KW/120V Kohler® low-CO emissions gas generator w/battery or 7.6 KW/120V
Westerbeke? diesel generator w/sound shield & battery
Bennett® hydraulic trim tabs
Polished stainless steel props
NMMA Yacht Certification
10-year Structural Warranty
Transferable 5-Year Formula Guard® Limited Protection Plan
Imron® Standard graphic & cockpit accent striping
Foam-filled continuous molded structural grid
Chemically bonded & thru-bolted deck-to-hull joint
Heavy-duty PVC gunwale w/stainless steel insert
Concealed electric windlass w/chain counter, 150´ chain, polished stainless steel anchor & hand-held remote
Stainless steel hardware & 316L stainless steel welded rails
Twelve custom Formula logo-cast cleats
Stainless steel fuel fills w/integral vents
Polished stainless steel vent trim
Four polished Bomar® cabin venting hatches w/screens
Six polished stainless steel portlights w/screens
Nonskid foredeck center walkway
Tinted, tempered curved-glass windshield w/center walk-thru and polished stainless steel frame
Radar arch w/mast light & white air horn
Kenwood® waterproof transom-mounted stereo remote control
Two transom-mounted 150W 6 1/2" marine-grade stereo speakers
Extended integrated swim platform w/concealed stainless steel swim ladder & pull-up cleats
Transom shower w/hot & cold controls
120V shorepower w/fail-safe galvanic isolator & two 30-amp cords
Polished stainless steel shorepower, cable TV & telephone hookups
Chromed city water inlet
ENGINE DETIALS FROM MERC....
Mercury MerCruiser 8.2 MAGMercury MerCruiser 8.2 MAG main video
The latest evolution of big block engines from the team at Mercury MerCruiser is the Catalyzed 8.2L sterndrive. This engine is available in two variation, the first being the 8.2 MAG ECT which produces 380 HP and the second being the 8.2L MAG H.O. ECT which produces 430 HP. This engine is designed to run on regular 87 octane gasoline with up a 10% ethanol. It was also designed with multi-port electronic fuel injection (EFI) and sequential fuel injection with digital throttle and shift. This engine has several drive options which include the Bravo One X, Bravo One XR, Bravo Two X, Bravo Three X and Bravo Three XR
Sequential multi-port fuel injection
Exclusive GEN III cool fuel module
High output alternator
Drive lube monitor
Exclusive engine guardian
Dry-joint exhaust design
Color-coded service points
Top Mount oil dipstick
Convenient air actuated water drain system
Full closed cooling
Mercury MerCruiser 8.2 MAG (Inboard) Specifications
Displacement (cu/cc) 502.00 cu / 8,226.31 cc
Number of Cylinders 8 Cylinders
Fuel Delivery Fuel Injected
Cooling System Closed
Weight (lbs/kg) 1,122.00 lbs / 508.93 kg
Charging System 65
Full Throttle RPM 4400-4800
Engine Control System Electronic Printer Frienly
Mercury MerCruiser 8.2 MAG Captain's Report
Mercury 8.2 MAG
The 8.2 tips the scale at 1,122 lbs. (509 kgs.) without the lower unit. This engine is the biggest, meanest block of iron in the neighborhood.
First, the Philosophy…
While Detroit is down-sizing both cars and engines and there is a growing global trend of getting by with less, Mercury Marine has made a conscious decision not to get ahead of reality -- and the marine market -- when it comes to propulsion. While some boats are getting lighter and there may be a trend for smaller boats, the fact remains that there is a big difference between pushing a boat through a fluid called water and rolling a car through a "fluid" called air. Boats simply need a lot more power than automobiles and always will.
Made in Detroit. Virtually all marine gasoline inboard and sterndrive engines come from blocks cast for vehicles made in Detroit. Because they are mass-produced for cars and trucks these blocks are far less expensive than if the marine engine makers cast them. (In fact, GM could theoretically cast all of the marine inboard and sterndrive engines needed annually in one eight-hour shift.)
As GM engine technology changes Mercury Marine has begun to design and manufacture its own engines specially for today’s marine applications. The 8.2 MAG is the first engine completely dedicated to Mercury’s own design and its exclusive use.
The only item purchased from GM is the bare 8.2L cast iron block which has an exclusive cylinder honing process owned by Mercury. This design is intended to improve long term endurance and low oil consumption.
Mercury 8.2 MAG
Made or Assembled in Fond du Lac.
All 8.2 components are Mercury designs and Mercury patents. It uses world class vendors that supply these components to its exact specifications.
Some of the more notable components are: the exclusive aluminum cylinder heads, forged steel crankshaft, roller lifter camshaft, lightweight aluminum piston rings, forged connecting rods.
The High-Inertia Induction System and the exhaust system are all Mercury designs and castings. Final complete assembly is done in Fond du Lac at the Mercury plant.
A Mushing We Will Go. The prospect of smaller and smaller engines for cars does not bode well for the marine industry which can only make its boats so light. Smaller gas engines would mean that boats will need multiple engines or just go a lot slower. Typically, cruisers up to as much as 42' or so have used big block V-8 engines and need them to get on plane and be able to travel in the high 20s. The alternative is much more expensive diesels or mushing along with under-powered gas engines.
Likewise, sportboat and express boat builders need the powerful V-8s to satisfy their performance-oriented customers. Some just like to go fast, but others need the performance because they have limited leisure time and must get there and back in a weekend.
Mercury Racing. By continuing to marinize the 8.2 L block Mercury Marine is making available a 430-hp, high-torque engine that has proven itself to be the best solution to many boaters' wants and needs. This engine, together with those produced by the Mercury Racing division which makes gas engines up to 1350-hp, assures the marine industry a reliable source of high-horsepower engines.
The Mission of the Mercury 8.2 L MAG
The 8.2 L Mercury sterndrive engine is the largest sterndrive block now on the market and its mission is to provide maximum horsepower and high-torque for a broad range of applications. The 8.2 L MAG ECT model produces 380-hp at 4600-4800 rpm. The 8.2 MAG H.O. ECT model produces 430-hp from 4600-5000 rpm.
These two engines are appropriate for small sportboats, large sportboats, express cruisers and express fishboats, sedans and cruisers, high-performance boats, offshore race boats, small convertibles, houseboats, ski and wakeboard boats, and utility boats of all kinds.
Mercury 8.2 MAG
The Gen II Mercury 8.2 L engine ready to ship. While manufactured on an assembly line they are pretty much put together by hand. Only a few thousand are made each year.
● Biggest Block on the Market. The Mercury 8.2 L is developed and built by Mercury exclusively for marine applications needing high horsepower and high torque. No other large, mass-market engine maker offers such a high-horsepower engine to the marine market.
● Tested and Proven in Offshore Racing. The 8.2 L block is the same one modified by world-famous Mercury Racing to provide high-horsepower engines for offshore racing boats all over the world. In fact, Mercury Racing has souped-up the 8.2 block to turn out as much as 700-hp. There is nothing tougher on engines and drives than offshore racing and Mercury Racing has had 50 years of experience in that field to find out the weak links in engines and drives -- and build equipment to handle that demanding environment.
● Dry-Joint Exhaust Design. This system separates cooling water and exhaust gas at junctions to prevent water leaks from reaching critical engine components.
● Gen II Cool Fuel Module. The new "cool fuel" module uses water to cool the fuel delivery system and thereby provides higher psi fuel to the injectors. This prevents vapor lock. The unit also has a water fuel separating system. All of this is to help prevent a lost weekend on the water.
● Air-Actuated Water Drain System. This patented system makes periodic maintenance easier and allows boaters to extend their boating season into cooler months. When a freeze is feared, simply use the pump provided with the engine to clear the raw water cooling system in two minutes, according the Merc techs.
● Optional SeaCore Anti-Corrosion System. Mercury's anti-corrosion system is generally regarded to be the best in the industry. It consists of a patented low-copper aluminum alloy (XK360) used in any component that touches the water, a special metal treatment, the MercFusion paint process, 300 Series stainless steel hardware and the incorporation of the MerCathode system, among other things.
● 4 Ways to Exhaust the Engine. The 8.2 L engine can be exhausted through the prop hub or through the transom, and it can be switchable from under water or through the transom.
● Lower RPMs For Max Horsepower. The rated 380-hp is developed from 4400 to 4800 rpms, and from 4600 to 5000 rpms for the 430-hp H.O. model.
● Higher Torque. Because the 8.2 L engine has 36% greater displacement than any other 380-hp engine on the market it naturally has significantly greater torque. This is particularly important in "0-to-plane" times.
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