Mercury 9.9EL-BigFoot Outboard Motor (Four Stroke)

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Mercury 9.9EL-BigFoot Outboard Motor Four Stroke

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Detailed Mercury Outboards Motor Information
Type: Outboard Motor
Year: Current
Model: 9.9 HP Four Stroke
Model Number: 9.9EL-BigFoot
Part Number: 1F10312EK
Series: Four Stroke
HP: 10
KW at Prop:  7.28
Max RPM:  5000-6000
Engine Type:  Four Stroke Inline 2 Cylinder
Displacement CID/cc:  12.8/209
Bore Stroke:  2.16 x 1.73 in
Cooling System:  Thermostatic control
Ignition System:  CDI w/ electric spark advance
Starting System:  Electric
Gear Ratio:  2.08
Gear Shift:  F-N-R
Control Type:  Remote Steering
Alternator:  6 amp / 76 watt available
Trim Positions:  5
Exhaust System:  Through prop
Lubrication System:  Wet sump pressurized
Shallow Water Drive:  Standard
Recommended Oil:  Mercury 4-Stroke Outboard Oil
Oil Capacity:  800 ml / 27 oz
Fuel Induction System:  2-valve single overhead cam
Shaft Length Inches:  20 in
Remote Fuel Tank:  3.2 Gal Standard
Dry Weight:  84 lbs
Available Propellers:  Standard equipment
Warranty:  3 years
CARB Star Rating:  3
  • The multifunction tiller handle design provides one-hand operation of shifting, stopping, throttle control, tilting and steering.

  • A standard manual recoil, even on electricstart models, provides added safety in the event of a drained battery.

  • Easy starting and fast idle warm-up are provided by manual choke and primer.

  • Only 7 pounds heavier than a comparable two-stroke, it's one of the lightest fourstrokes in its class.

In compliance with Mercury's requirements, all motors must be installed at our facility. We cannot ship or export these units. We are pleased to offer our Central Florida customers Free Delivery or Pick-Up! Please call us for aggressive pricing on installation.