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Mercury Racing offers sterndrive upgrade

Mercury Racing is offering a limited-time upgrade for 525 EFI and 600 SCi sterndrive packages.

Through the "ITS Free Again!" promotion, 525 EFI and 600 SCi Bravo XR package orders will receive a free upgrade to the Mercury Racing Integrated Transom System (ITS) - a $6,437 retail value, according to the company.

The offer is good only on 525 EFI/600 SCi engine packages ordered from Mercury Racing between now and Feb. 26. To qualify, orders must be shipped by Feb. 26.

ITS, featuring integral power-steering cylinders as well as performance upgrades to the Bravo XR drive housings, enhances drive height flexibility while making the transom more aesthetically pleasing and simplifying installation, according to the company.

The ITS upgrade is available for 525 EFI/600 SCi engines outfitted with Bravo One XR and Bravo One XR Sport Master drives. 525 EFI engines outfitted with the Bravo Three XR drive also qualify.

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