1500HP of Boat Engines Have Arrived!

In todays episode were unboxing our Texas Speed 454 LSX engines for my italian yacht.

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28 thoughts on “1500HP of Boat Engines Have Arrived!

  1. Holy fuck I REALLY hope you are not putting automotive engines in your cruiser. It’s not going to last 200 hours. There is a reason marine engines are used in boats…these things run near redline for hours on end.

  2. so this might not be an issue due to the size of your boat, but would a regular oil pan work? your not worried about the boat being in rough sea's and the oil sloshing to the front or back of the pan, possibly allowing the oil pickup to suck air?

  3. So many people still don't realize the real reason he went with these LS engines is VIEWS, his vehicles are a big part of this, and going with something radical for the boat, is far more interesting than something regular, doesn't matter if the end result is good or bad

  4. For the cost of two LS engines + two transmission + months of labor + all new plumbing + questionable engine mounts – you could have bought a pair of brand new Cummins turbo-diesels and installed them in a week – and motored away with a big chunk of change in your pocket

  5. Torque counts for nothing in boats … it's all about the horsepower. You'll blow these within the first couple of hours of running at 40 knots. Enjoy looking at them now, as you'll be picking the bits out of the hull soon enough. Way, way over-stressed.

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