Inboard engine DI13 070M
propulsiondieselprofessional vessel

inboard engine
inboard engine
inboard engine
inboard engine
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inboard, propulsion
Power source
professional vessel
turbocharged, direct fuel injection

400 ch, 450 ch, 500 ch, 550 ch (400 hp)


13-litre inline or 16-litre V8? Whichever you choose, you take onboard power plants that are developed for heavy duty operations, delivering impressive power, immediate response and the feeling of absolute trust and reliability. Available in a wide range of specifications with ratings up to 750 hp for continuous use and up to 1,000 hp for patrol craft, the Scania marine engine range delivers optimised performance for both planing and displacement vessels. Instant planing. Incomparable efficiency. With their unrivalled power-to-weight ratio and massive torque, our new engines get vessels on plane quicker and more effortlessly, meaning improved fuel economy and efficiency. Allowing high load factors, these engines are ideal for heavy duty operation. Powered to push limits and displacement hulls Scanias solid record of fuel efficiency, proven reliability and high uptime vouches for unequalled operating economy for displacement vessels. Furthermore, the prompt engine response and uncompromising low-rev performance enhances acceleration and simplifies manoeuvring. Designed to deliver uptime and productivity Scanias modular product system allows higher parts availability and easy servicing for a single technician. Together with long service intervals and proven reliability, this means high uptime and low maintenance costs. On top of this, the compact build and clean design mean plenty of free space and freedom of movement. And plenty of flexibility for boat designers and producers.


DI13 070M
DI13 070M
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