Indmar Products, Inc. manufactures stationary marine engines for use in speedboats for wakeboarding and water skiing, as well as jet boats for cruising rivers. The company was founded in 1971 in Millington, Tennessee by Dick Rowe, a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Indmar is engaged in the marinating of automobile engines, that is, adapting them for use on boats. This is a complex process that involves extensive rebuilding of all parts other than the cylinder block to meet small craft and US Coast Guard regulations.
The new INDMAR EcoBoost 2.3L Ti-VCT is powerful, lightweight, compact and economical.
Torque 440 Nm @ 2800 rpm
This is a great replacement for Mercury Optimax and Rotax hospitals!
50% more power for almost the same weight.
Standard dual-circuit cooling system, intercooler and instant acceleration not available to competitors! The INDMAR EcoBoost is also a great replacement for the outdated, heavy and voracious V-8!
For example, the new engine was installed on a test boat 20 feet long, 2.43 m wide, the total mass of the test boat was 1500 kg, acceleration to 48 km / h took only 4.7 seconds (!) And the maximum speed amounted to 87.5 km / h
When the boat was loaded up to a total weight of 2043 kg, acceleration to 48 km / h took 7 seconds, and the maximum speed was 78.4 km / h.
EcoBoost 2.3 fuel consumption - 25 l / h at a cruise speed of 46 km / h (SD312 Drive)
- The engine hull is separated by rubber shock absorbers from the boat hull to reduce noise and vibration
- Excellent performance
- Shallow draft
- 4 anchorage points against
- Lower maintenance cost
5 year warranty