1951 Mercury 10 HP
KG-7 Hurricane Super Ten


This 1951, 10 hp Mercury is made for freshwater. This outboard engine weighs approximately 70 pounds. It has 2 cylinders. The pistons have a 19.8 displacement. The bore width is 2.44" and the stroke length is 2.12". This model has a recoil starter and power steering.

RPM Information: 4000
Your engine's RPM range is important in choosing the right propeller for a given application. For example, if you look at your tachometer at top speed and it is not within the engine's RPM range then that is generally not good. You want your RPM's to be within the proper range while at wide open throttle (WOT). Be sure to do your testing under your normal boating conditions and with a good propeller (not bent, cracked, or excessively chipped).


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Engine Manual:
Mercury Outboard Manual
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