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Old 01-26-2011, 02:49 PM
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Crap on stay tuned - show me the pics!!!!! LOL

I assume it's ultra light weight, high reving etc, etc - can't wait to see something like that!
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I assume it's ultra light weight, high reving etc, etc - can't wait to see something like that!
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YANMAR ANNOUNCES V8 DIESEL ENGINE
Yanmar has developed a new 4.46 litre twin-turbo V8 diesel engine, coupled to a sterndrive or gearbox. The 8LV will be offered at 320 mhp (235 kW) and 370 mhp (272 kW). The engine is EPA Tier 3 compliant. It will be shown to the public for the first time at the 2011 Düsseldorf Boat Show.
The compact 8LV diesel can be installed in single or twin configration, with the new, hydrodynamic Yanmar ZT370 dual propeller sterndrive or KMH50 series transmission, down angle or V-drive.
It has a twin turbocharger and common rail fuel injection for superior performance in terms of fuel economics and acceleration. There are four valves per cylinder. In the Yanmar tradition of high power from low weight, dry engine weight is just 450 kg.
This is the first engine to use Yanmar’s own, newly developed CAN-bus vessel control system, the Yanmar VCS. It can be ordered with the new joystick, facilitating 360º turn, sideways and diagonal movement.
A key feature of the high torque 8LV is its wide power band. It idles at 550 rpm, capable of crawling speed in the marina, aided further by a hydraulic clutch, with both sterndrive and gear configrations. Maximum engine speed is 3,800 rpm – well ahead of other engines in this segment.
Further benefits are exceptionally low noise levels and minimised vibration, ease of installation and servicing, and the advantage of a powerful 12V / 180A alternator.
The 8LV is expected to attract a wide variety of boat builders producing craft up to 45-feet (14 metres) for applications ranging from water skiing to cruising. Additionally, the engine will be used for repowering, offering the advantages of diesel over similar-sized V8 gasolene units.
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Still not a performance engine for most people on here but for the CC market - WOW! That makes a huge difference in a fish boat.
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Time to get out Terrys Favorite video clip lol
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No! You did Great Matt as always! Terry has been teasing about a new 50' Cat but now it's a 52' with all the luxury and 1350's...? I did not know that part. Now I am going crazy to see it. I hope it has a killer paint job on it.

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The only thing better would be with Potter 1300/1500's.

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Terry, Sneak Peak Please....something, anything
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No! You did Great Matt as always! Terry has been teasing about a new 50' Cat but now it's a 52' with all the luxury and 1350's...? I did not know that part. Now I am going crazy to see it. I hope it has a killer paint job on it.

Nortech is #1

The only thing better would be with Potter 1300/1500's.

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Terry, Sneak Peak Please....something, anything
I was just goofing, but thanks for the kind words. Lots of news happening this week. Stay tuned.
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Now Matt you know I love your timely articles. You always have your finger on the pulse of the Marine industry.
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Cant wait to see it.... 52?.. wow their gettn bigger n bigger
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Toyotas Landcruiser 200 Diesel. Had one when they came 2008.
286 hp + 6-speed auto in the LC-version. Very nice combo.
Replaced it last year with a Tundra + TRD Supercharger.....


[QUOTE=HTRDLNCN;3308261]http://www.boot.de/cipp/md_boot/cust...news_datasheet

YANMAR ANNOUNCES V8 DIESEL ENGINE
Yanmar has developed a new 4.46 litre twin-turbo V8 diesel engine, coupled to a sterndrive or gearbox. The 8LV will be offered at 320 mhp (235 kW) and 370 mhp (272 kW). The engine is EPA Tier 3 compliant.
It will be shown to the public for the first time at the 2011 Düsseldorf Boat Show.
The compact 8LV diesel can be installed in single or twin configration, with the new, hydrodynamic Yanmar ZT370 dual propeller sterndrive or KMH50 series transmission, down angle or V-drive.
It has a twin turbocharger and common rail fuel injection for superior performance in terms of fuel economics and acceleration. There are four valves per cylinder. In the Yanmar tradition of high power from low weight, dry engine weight is just 450 kg.
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