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Yes, same displacement…Pretty sure Evinrude did the same thing with the e-techs…my old Mercury 2 stroke came as 75, 90, 115 and 125. All the same displacement.
There 3.3liter e tec is the same for the 200,225 and 250hp models also. I'm sure this eliminates having to build from the ground up for every single hp option.

The auto industry motor that comes to mind is chevys 2.7 turbo 4cyl. The Colorado offers 3 power (tuned) options.
 
The auto industry motor that comes to mind is chevys 2.7 turbo 4cyl. The Colorado offers 3 power (tuned) options.
It’s pretty common that the same size displacement has different power levels. Ford Powerstroke and RAM Cummins 6.7s have standard and high output.

Ford 3.5 EcoBoost and Stelllantis Hurricane both of standard and high output.

But in vehicles a difference in output can be more than just turn and timing. Internal components are often beefed up. I know that’s the case in the CTD and Hurricane. So still need to be cautious.
 
There 3.3liter e tec is the same for the 200,225 and 250hp models also. I'm sure this eliminates having to build from the ground up for every single hp option.

The auto industry motor that comes to mind is chevys 2.7 turbo 4cyl. The Colorado offers 3 power (tuned) options.
I gel that, I think those are the 60 degree much larger format E Techs than mine. I think mine are 90degree models and something like 2.7 liters, a lot lighter. Everything in power is subject to its power to weight ratio as far as performance goes. That's why i'm a fan of smaller higher revving motors that do the most with what they have for less weight. Going fast is all about power to weight every time.
 
I gel that, I think those are the 60 degree much larger format E Techs than mine. I think mine are 90degree models and something like 2.7 liters, a lot lighter. Everything in power is subject to its power to weight ratio as far as performance goes. That's why i'm a fan of smaller higher revving motors that do the most with what they have for less weight. Going fast is all about power to weight every time.
Yes the 2.62liter block is shared in the 135,150,175 and 200hp models.
 
It’s pretty common that the same size displacement has different power levels. Ford Powerstroke and RAM Cummins 6.7s have standard and high output.

Ford 3.5 EcoBoost and Stelllantis Hurricane both of standard and high output.

But in vehicles a difference in output can be more than just turn and timing. Internal components are often beefed up. I know that’s the case in the CTD and Hurricane. So still need to be cautious.
I agree and that could be the case with your Verado, I would suggest talking to a trusted and respected mercury technician as to any modifications it can safely handle. It maybe more than efficient as is once you get some time on the water.
 
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