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  • The RXT-X300 By Sea-Doo

    The RXT-X300 By Sea-Doo

    By BRP Media 300 Horsepower... 0-60MPH in 7 Seconds... 60-0 in 5 Seconds... WOT 72 MPH!!! There are few, three passenger watercraft that can do just that. And they're all made by Sea-Doo. Late last fall iboats.com and other media were treated to an exhibit of PWC performance only dreamt of by the competitors of Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) Sea-Doo division. You don't turn down an invitation from the top PWC manufacturer and the preeminent four stroke PWC engine manufacturer that suggests you'll see something totally new for the PWC arena with a promise you will be i...
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  • Mineral Oil vs Synthetic Oil

    Mineral Oil vs Synthetic Oil

    By Jim Self Marine Engine Oil is one of the most controversial topics with marine mechanics and boat owners today. It can be especially contentious when it comes to OEM vs. aftermarket products and about the manufacturer's requirements. These are confusing topics for many boat owners and particularly in the marine industry, there's a lot of rhetoric. This is primarily because some oil manufacturers and marketers have made a lot of inaccurate and self-serving claims. Most of this rhetoric is fairly opinionated to get you to remain loyal to a particular brand and in some cases insinuate that you may be risking your warranty coverage if you depart from an OEM branded product. As far as warranty coverage, you are protected by the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act. As long as you use an oil that meets the specifications laid out by the particular engine manufacturer you can rest assured you are not risking coverage. In the marine industry the National Marine Man...
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  • Power Inverters

    Power Inverters

    Inverter generators are perfect for boating, camping, RV travels, tailgating or other backup power needs. With these easy-to-transport portable generators, you can enjoy your electronics or small appliances with a quieter power solution compared to traditional camping generators. Inverter generators are a recent development and utilize a different type of alternator than standard generators to generate AC power. These are generally 3-phase generators that output AC current like most traditional generators, but that current is then converted to DC, and then "inverted" back to clean AC power. The raw power produced is converted from DC to AC power by a computer controlled inverter module. The inverter also smoothes and cleans the power to make it high quality. A special microprocessor controls the entire process, as well as the speed of the engine. The engine speed varies depending on the electrical demand, which significantly reduces noise and fuel consumption compared to a standard portable. Smooth Backup Power that's safe for sensitive electronics. With the DC power being inverted back into clean AC power at the desired frequency and voltage, the system products consistent and reliable power independent of the engine speed. The result is clean power that is essentially the same quality you get from the electric company. Clean enough power to run even the most sensitive electronic equipment. ...
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