Mercury F80 ELPT EFI

£9,328.00

Mercury F80 ELPT EFI

£9,328.00

Quieter Than the Competition.

The Mercury 80 FourStroke is quieter than a competitive 80hp four-stroke across the rpm band.

  • At idle, the Mercury is four decibels quieter than the competition – the competitive outboard is 25% louder.
  • At cruising speed, where normal conversations occur, the competitive outboard generates almost 15% more noise.
  • At wide-open-throttle, the Mercury is more than eight decibels quieter – the competitive outboard is 50% louder.
Testing performed by Mercury PD&E NVH staff at a Mercury Marine hemi-anechoic chamber (Sound Lab).

Powerful & Efficient

Less weight and high displacement mean Mercury’s new 75 – 115 FourStrokes generate abundant torque and immediate power. Because they don’t have to work as hard as heavier engines or those with lower displacement, these engines make boats plane faster, accelerate better and provide optimal fuel efficiency at cruising speed.

Lightweight & Fuel Efficient

Mercury’s world-renowned engineering team has packed incredible power into these lighter, compact four-cylinder single-overhead-cam engines. The 80hp weighs 20 pounds less than its closest four-stroke competitor, making it the world’s lightest low-emissions outboard in its power range.

Dry weight specification is for the lightest-version model. Comparative weights refer to base engines without oil, propeller or integral steering cylinder. Weights based on Owner’s Manual specifications.

Bigger Footprint.

The larger Command Thrust gearcase creates a bigger footprint in the water, which provides more leverage to control your boat. The larger torpedo, combined with a bigger-diameter prop, can lift a heavy boat onto plane more easily and hold it there at lower speeds without impacting top speed.

Smoother Than the Competition.

The Mercury 80 FourStroke has less vibration and rides smoother than a competitive 80hp four-stroke.

  • At forward idle, the Mercury’s vibration level at the driver’s seat is up to 50% lower than the competitive outboard.
  • On the transom, the competitive outboard puts out nearly five times more vibration than the Mercury – both at cruise and at full throttle.
Testing performed by Mercury PD & E NVH staff at a Mercury Marine test location on a 2013 Bayliner 170.
HP / kW 80 / 59.2
Engine type 8-valve single overhead cam (SOHC)
Inline 4
Displacement (L) 2.1
Full throttle RPM 4500-5500
Air induction Performance-Tuned Scroll Intake Manifold
Fuel induction system Computer Controlled Multi-Port Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
Alternator amp / Watt 35 amp / 441 watt with water-cooled voltage regulator
Recommended fuel Unleaded 90RON minimum
Recommended oil Mercury FourStroke Oil 10W-30
Engine protection operator warning system SmartCraft Engine Guardian
Compatible with SmartCraft digital technology Yes
Starting Smart Start Electric
Controls Mechanical throttle & shift
Steering Big Tiller Compatible
Dual cable mechanical
Hydraulic power steering
Shaft length 20″ / 508 mm
Gearcase ratio 2.07:1
Dry weight *Lightest model available 163 kg
CARB star rating 3
Bore and stroke 3.5 x 3.2″ / 90 x 81 mm
Ignition SmartCraft ECM 70 Digital Inductive
Fuel system Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
Cooling system Water-cooled with thermostat
Gear shift F-N-R
Gearcase options Standard
Trim system Power Tilt
Power Trim
Exhaust system Through prop
Shallow water trim range (degrees) 20
Color Phantom Black
Lubrication system Wet sump
Oil Capacity 5.5 qts / 5.2 l
Maximum Trim Range 22° (-6° to 16°)
Maximum Tilt Range 70° (-6° to 64°)
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Model:  F80 EFI
RPM range:  4500-5500
Type & Power:  4 cylinder inline 2064cc 80hp (58.8kw)
Weight & Dimensions:  163 kg
Starting System:   Electric Start
Transom Height:   508mm