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Thread: 300 pro max vs. 300X

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    300 pro max vs. 300X

    Is there a difference between these 2? Or are they the same just named different. Reason I was asking was I was just window shopping at some boats for sale and one said with a 2000 300 Pro Max and another said a 2001 300X. Either one would be a bad rig!
    Also are these the motors that need rebuilt ever 100 hrs or so?
    Just trying to add to my wealth of useless knowledge LOL!
    Thanks

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    note the rpm range differences

    GENERAL INFORMATION
    Specifications
    Models 300 - Pro Max 3.0L
    Propshaft Horsepower 300
    Propshaft Kilowatts 224
    ECU Box Rev Limit 6200
    Idle RPM (In or Out of Gear) 650 RPM
    Weight 465 lbs.
    (211 kg)
    Piston Displacement 185 cu. in. (3044cc)
    Bore 3.626 in. (92.1mm)
    Stroke 3.00 in (76.2 mm)
    Recommended Spark Plug Champion QL77CC (.035” Gap)
    Firing Order 1-2-3-4-5-6
    Idle Speed Pickup Timing Non Adjustable
    Fuel Pressure 38-40 psi. (262-276 kPa)
    Min. Water Pres.
    @ 7500 -5500 RPM
    12 psi. Minimum
    Fleetmaster
    Gear Ratio Torquemaster
    Sportmaster
    1.75:1
    1.75:1
    1.62:1 or 1.75:1
    Oil
    Mercury Precision Hi-Performance
    Gear Lube (92-802854A1)
    Gear Case Lubricant Cap. 27 fl. oz. (798 ml)
    Battery Rating Minimum reserve capacity rating
    of 100 minutes and CCA of 350
    Charging System Output 60 amps Max. (847Watts)



    Pro Max 300X

    Specifications
    Propshaft Rated Horsepower (HP / kW): 300/224
    Full Throttle RPM Range: 6100 - 6800
    Cylinder/Configuration: V-6 (60 degree vee)
    Displacement (CID/cc): 185 cu. In. (3032cc)
    Bore & Stroke (in): 3.63 x 3.00
    Bore & Stroke (mm): 92 x 76
    Fuel Induction System: Electronic Fuel Injection
    Ignition System: PCM 03 digital inductive
    Charging System: 60-Amp (756 watt) with Voltage Regulator
    Gear Ratio: 1.75:1 (TM) or (FM); 1.62:1 (SM)
    Lubrication System: Electronic mulitpoint oil injection
    Fuel/Oil Ratio: Electronic Multipoint
    Recommended Oil: Mercury Premium Plus (TC-W3)
    Fuel Requirements: 91 octane (R + M/2) or 96 RON
    Rotation: Left or Right Hand (SM)(FM) Right Hand (TM)
    Shaft Length (inches): 20/25
    Shaft Length (mm): 508/635
    Weight (lbs / kg): 480/208 with 20" center section and Torque Master gearcase
    Starting: Electric
    Steering: Remote
    Trim System: Power trim
    Counter Rotation: Available
    Operator Warning System: Overheat, low oil level
    Warranty: One-year limited warranty for recreational boating and three-year limited corrosion warranty. One-year limited Mercury Product Protection Plan available.
    SmartCraft: Yes


    Charlie B
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    That 300X has to scream!
    Life is too short, Go fishing!

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    Here's your ProMax.........

    Charlie, what would you do if you were stretching the Bullet's legs and looked over to the side and seen this going by ya?









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    No the X does not scream it growls LOL and REALY like the gas.

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    dont know tranz it aint ever happened


    Charlie B
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullet20dc View Post
    dont know tranz it aint ever happened
    lol..............
    http://www.usaoutdoors.org/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=8&dateline=1323572855

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    Ok couple things.....

    1.. they did 107 and not one of them had a life vest on... bad bad mojo!
    2.. I have a new look on the always hated pontoon boats. Imagine pulling up to the tournament with that, a troller on the front, and stainless grill strapped down to the deck. And then pass up those go fast bassers on the way to their hole.... epic!!!
    3. I need to figure out how I can strap 3 of them to a Bass Boat. That thing thru a bigger rooster than most bass boats do!
    4. Plans for retirement..... hoorah!
    Life is too short, Go fishing!

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    Holy Cow! Why would you do that to a pontoon!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by southernbassguy View Post
    Holy Cow! Why would you do that to a pontoon!?
    HAHAHA!! Why would you want to buy a Bullet? You had to ask. Notice that 107 mph was with three people. LOL
    http://www.usaoutdoors.org/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=8&dateline=1323572855

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