125 HP Force Outboard

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From 1983 until middle 1992, listed here logic ended up being used in power Model figures:

example: 43F7A = 4-horsepower, "3F" Model, 1987. "A" adjustment (first)
example: 90LD90C = 90-horsepower L-Drive, 1990, "C" customization

HP Show
Number
Series
Letter (A-Z)
12 Months
Indicator
Modification
Suffix
3.5 7 (7.5)
9 (9.9) 150
1-9

The usage the Series Number just isn't constantly consistent,
nonetheless they're their typical indications.
1 ~ Power Trim Model
2 ~ Handbook Begin Handle control
3 ~ handbook Start Handle control, lengthy shaft (20")
4 ~ Electric Begin, Extended Shaft (20")
5 ~ Electrical Start, Energy Trim
6 ~ Electrical Start, Long Shaft (20")
7 ~ Electric Start, Long Shaft (20")
8 ~ Electric Begin, Power Trim
9 ~ Electrical Begin, Power Trim, Long Shaft (20")
null ~ normaly an L-Drive (show Letter will likely be "LD")

A-Z

Many Used
Serial Letters LD (L-Drive)

3 = 1983
4 = 1984
5 = 1985
6 = 1986
7 = 1987
8 = 1988
9 = 1989
90 = 1990
91 = 1991
92 = 1992
A Z

*Note: beginning in 1992 power used Mercury design number recognition. These Numbers started with E000001 on up. to learn more try the 1992 - 1996 motor resources.



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