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1st Mate Delivers Ultimate Boating Confidence and Safety

Chances are your favorite hours are spent on the water – you can’t wait to step from shore onto your boat and leave everything behind.  Now you can take that step with ultimate confidence with 1st Mate Marine Safety and Security System, the industry’s first engine-integrated intelligent hub and wearable...

Keep Two-Stroke Engines Running Strong

Your two-stroke marine engine is a hard-working machine. You ask it run under heavy load at wide-open throttle for extended periods, a duty cycle that could destroy an automotive engine. Even more challenging for two-stroke marine engines are extended periods of operation at low speeds,...

Repower Your Classic with Quicksilver

If you love your classic boat but wish its engines were more reliable, or more efficient, Quicksilver has a solution: repower your classic with an all-new sterndrive or inboard Quicksilver engine. The repower solution is often more affordable than buying a new boat, and all...

Choosing the Right Oil: NMMA Certifications

Are you wondering which engine oil you should use in your four-stroke outboard? Using oil approved for your engine will improve performFortunately, the ance, protect your engine and make it last longer. Marine engines require oil designed for wet, harsh conditions. National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA)...

Avoiding An Outboard Meltdown

Lubricants are the lifeblood of your outboard motor. Ask any mechanic and they’ll tell you, regular maintenance with the proper lubricants is essential to making them last. Regardless of brand, large or small, the engine that propels your boat requires lubrication to survive the rigors of...

Boat Prepping Starts Here and Now

A few simple maintenance steps can help ensure a great boating season. Spring has arrived and we’re all eager to get on the water. The weather’s improving – in some locations it’s already spectacular – and the fish are biting. But before you jump in the boat...

Time to Change Your Prop? It’s Easier Than You Think!

Do your palms start sweating at the mere thought of installing a new propeller on your boat engine? Well, sweat no more. Quicksilver Propellers and the Wired2Fish TV show have made prop replacement easy with their two-minute Quicksilver “Propeller Swap” video. You can get started by visiting...

Genuine Quicksilver

   Takes #1 at the Podium:  Again, and again, and again… Camden, Tenn., Oct. 31, 2019 – T.J. Herndon and Quicksilver CT engines have taken the season championship in the 2019 Quicksilver Street Stock Performance Series at the Camden Speedway. The wide banks at the three-eighths-mile Camden dirt...

1-2-3 Sweep for Quicksilver Circle Track.

The first race of the "Quicksilver Street Stock Performance Series" was held Friday, March 1 at Clarksville Speedway in TN. 25 cars took the field with about half using Quicksilver CT engines and the other half using another brand of crate engine. The result, a 1-2-3 sweep...

Coldest Fishing Temps in NAIFC History

With current weather headlines like “Coldest Temps Ever Recorded in All 50 States” and “Coldest Artic Outbreak in a Generation” many people are being exposed to conditions that competitors of the North American Ice Fishing Circuit (NAIFC) face every year. Last weekend on Lake Redstone near...

North American Ice Fishing Circuit – Back for 2019

 Happy New Year to all from Quicksilver.  Sorry we’re a bit late but, just because its been winter doesn’t mean Quicksilver has not been busy.  Quicksilver products aren’t just for water sports and boating.  Nothing proves that more than contestants of the North American Ice...

Winterization Tips

Winterizing is an important part of boat ownership, one that can be critical to the long-term performance of engines, lower units and other components. Gear oil is intended to emulsify water and leaving used oil in the lower unit will lead to separation, and eventually...

Is Marine grease the same as “regular” grease?

Marine grease has a tough job. Not only does it have to lubricate and protect bearings and other parts, it must withstand extreme moisture conditions, extreme to the point of being submerged in water. While marine grease and “regular” grease both have the same job,...

MotoAmerica Barber / Stock 1000 – Sam Kok

Well they don’t call it the Alabama Rollercoaster for nothing. The lows really made us appreciate the highs and there was no feeling greater than making the MotoAmerica Stock 1000 grid and finishing the race on Sunday. The two-man-crew made up of Mark Hein and Kim...

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