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Thread: New 383 Stroker Scorpion 400 Horsepower @ 6000 RPM

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    New 383 Stroker Scorpion 400 Horsepower @ 6000 RPM

    383 Stroker Scorpion $7800.00

    400 Horsepower @ 6000 RPM

    This engine is basically new with only 6 hours only on it. These come from MerCruiser with CMI stainless steel marine headers.

    These are kinda rare. This engine is configured for Bravo Outdrive.
    This would really Rock a 16 or 18 classic. Call me, Scot VanAlstine at the
    office 713-910-2000 if you have questions.

    Specs are below:
    Part Number 865108R61
    Horsepower @ flywheel - 400

    Kilowatts @ flywheel - 298

    Maximum RPM (WOT) - 5600-6000

    Cylinders - V-8 Remanufactured Iron Marine Block
    Displacement (CID/L) - 383 / 6.3

    Bore & Stroke (in/mm) - 4.03 x 3.75in
    102 x 95mm

    Compression Ratio - 9.6:1

    Fuel / Ethanol Tolerance - 91 octane / up to 10% ethanol

    Engine Control System - ECM 555 W/Knock Control & Crankshaft Trigger

    Fuel Delivery System - GEN II Cool Fuel with Boost Pump

    Fuel Injection System / Carburetor Type - Multi-point electronic fuel injection (MPI)

    Induction System - Scorpion Tunnel Ram

    Induction with 90mm throttle body

    Charging alternator amp - 65

    Charging alternator watt - 917
    Water drain system - Multi-point drain

    Cooling System 160F Raw Water Bravo with Sea Water Pump
    Accessory Drive System - Serpentine belt

    Lubrication - System High Flow 100 psi Oil Pump

    Pistons - Forged Aluminum Alloy w/Teflon Coated Skirt

    Cranktrain - Forged Steel Rods and 4340 forged Steel Crankshaft

    Rocker Arms - 1.6:1 Full Roller Aluminum
    Length - (in/mm) 32in / 814mm
    Width - (in/mm) 30in / 740mm
    Height - (in/mm) 22in / 559mm
    Weight - (lbs/kg) 932lbs / 423kg
    Last edited by harbormaster; 01-06-2011 at 09:20 AM. Reason: left off price

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    Nice motor, for some reason I thought the scorpion was a 377? Whats the price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rchevelle71 View Post
    Nice motor, for some reason I thought the scorpion was a 377? Whats the price?
    Here ya go.....


    http://www.mercurymarine.com/repower...oker-scorpion/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumblefish View Post
    Gotcha,

    been a while since I tinkered with I/O's, or smallblocks at least.

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    OK,

    I am not retarded............

    They did make a 377 Scorpion also,

    http://brucebullockmarine.com/mercur..._scorpion.html

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    True!! 377 version aswell. Just letting you know that the 383ci was also produced...lower power 377ci Scorpion engines are also found in alot of ski - tow boats.
    Matt

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    They made a standard 383 from Merc reman. (6.2 bored 30 over) 320hp

    Then they made a Blue scorpion 377 377hp

    They also made 5.7 320hp and 6.2 340hp black scorpions

    This is the latest at 400hp

    The price is 7800. It actually has 4.5 hours on it.

    This will not last long. Call me for any questions.
    Last edited by harbormaster; 01-06-2011 at 09:26 AM.

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    Just curious to what makes this rare? and i am not trying to be a smartass. Is it the CMI up grade? Because that would explain it to me it is a good deal Is there a warranty?

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    Sorry guys, this engine has been sold.
    Scot VanAlstine

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJFASTECH View Post
    Just curious to what makes this rare? and i am not trying to be a smartass. Is it the CMI up grade? Because that would explain it to me it is a good deal Is there a warranty?
    No problem. You see most of these are usually set up for skiboats/inboard with transmission.
    They are a special build from Mercury Reman.
    Look up what they sell for on the web. I found from 11k to 13k. I sold mine for 7800.00. to me that's a good deal
    We sold it with a 6 month warranty.
    This is based on my experience.

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    They built a 377/377hp blue scorpion motor in 02

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    Ok, now I'm confused. Was there only one year that Merc built a 377HP Scorpion, 2001 sold into 2002? After 2002 it was no longer available? Thanks for any insights. Scott, was your 383 (someone got a nice deal) the next available option from Merc in 2003
    1972 16 OB - C16B-63 - "Surface Tension" Resto Project
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    Harbormaster-trying to send you some $

    Hey Scott, I have lost your phone # & email address, but I am trying to send you some $ for a donation. We sold a Donzi recently on the registry & wanted to send you a little something for the registry. Thanks, Tom email me at mishunaire@aol.com or call at 256-777-0844

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