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Ear candy.. more like RIP headphones…
Are gas turbines better engines to have on these types of boats, or can
reciprocating engines be just as good?
armyrob211 The 1400/1450/1500hp Lycoming L13 is a pleasure boat engine. The
turbine class raceboats use the 1850/2000 Lycoming 703 turbine.
watched with the sound off. stilll eye candy
Devin Arch that fin was tested and it increased the stability of the boat a
That’s a smile to my face for the sound
You’re all wrong. Those engines were 1850hp Lycoming T53-703s turned up to
Add some wings and it will fly!!!!!!!!!!
T53 engines running in a race config = > 4000 HP…
However she is about the fastest thing on the water.
If commercially available, the Army’s newest T-55’s running on the Chinook
are rumored to go around 5600 HP ea.
I don’t think they have a drive system that will handle over 10,000 HP
or be able to put it to the water.
My wife said i can have one if i get a job
just 213 mph that nonthing my boat I just bult goes 320 mph and it has 6000
horsepower my dad clocked to at my local lake this boat a kids play toy
compare to my boat its a beast on the water
It didn’t go very fast.
I enjoyed your video.
That boat is amazing it’s powered by two T55 703 Lycoming turbines that
create around 6000+hp together
That tail fin is incredibly badass
if you haven’t realized the boat is powered by turbine engines from and
lol its not 6k hp or 4k hp….if you google these engines they are rated at
1400SHP or shaft horsepower so that’s 2800hp combined. granted that’s still
a lot and the torque is crazy high which is what gives it that huge power.
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