Whether fishing, working in ports, transporting passengers or rescuing those in trouble, you should be able to rely on the most essential tool – your boat’s engine - any time, anywhere and regardless of the weather conditions. These engines are some of the most powerful on the water - not because of high RPM pleasure ratings, but because of solid deliverable low end torque and excellent fuel economy. Plus, it's all delivered in a compact, quiet engine package.
- SAE flywheel and housing options
- Auxiliary drives and front PTO
- Fuel systems with multiple ratings
- 12- and 24-volt electrics
- 3-5 percent or isochronous governors for gensets
- Wet or dry exhaust elbows
- Keel-cooled or heat-exchanger-cooled
- Prewired instrument panel
- Engine isolators with optional mounting legs
- Long-life dry-type washable air filters
- Closed crankcase vent
- Water-cooled exhaust manifold for cooler, quieter performance
- Internal coolant passages minimize leaks by eliminating hoses and fittings
- Low-friction, high-ring pistons for good fuel economy
- Strong, heavy-duty crankshaft
- High-capacity heat exchanger works through adverse conditions
- Keel-cooler option for application flexibility
- Compact design for easy installation
- Replaceable wet liners, precision-joint connecting rod/cap joint, and replaceable valve seats make building easy
- Dipstick and oil fill on either side, for faster maintenance
- Poly-vee belt drive increases durability and reduces maintenance
- Standard balancer shafts eliminate vibration in 4-cylinder engines
||Typical Load Factor
||Typical Annual Usage
||Typical Full Power Operation
|3,000 - 5,000 hr.
||16 of each 24 hr.
||2,000 - 4,000 hr.
||4 of each 12 hr.
||1,000 - 3,000 hr.
||1 of each 12 hr.
||300 - 1,000 hr.
||0.5 of each 8 hr.