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HYUNDAI SEASALL diesel engine

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  • HYUNDAI SEASALL diesel engine

    Does anyone use or own one these engines? What are your thoughts please?

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    Good question! I thought about the 250S, now 270S for replacements for my Volvo Penta 41A's.
    But the price they want for the Hundai's I would buy a Volvo D4-260.
    36' x 12.5 ' Aluminum, Built by All American Marine, 1989, twin Volvo Penta AQAD41A , DP-A out drives
    Furuno 1623 Radar, (2X) Standard Horizon Matrix VHF radios , Si-Tex Color Max 11" plotter with black box fish finder. Furuno LS4100 depth finder. ZF Mathers Micro Commander Controls.
    Propex HS2800 propane forced air cabin heater.


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      We instaled HYUNDAI SEASALL S 270 in BAYLINER 2452 with BRAVO 2 last year . Realy very good engine .Powerfull .Cruising speed 3200 rpm . Fuel around 26 l/ hour . price we payed around 16 000 EUR.