Strainer Pro Awarded NMMA & BWI Innovation Award
Indmar Marine Engines, the worlds largest privately held manufacturer of gasoline inboard marine engines was honored today for innovative achievement by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and Boating Writers International (BWI) at the 2016 Miami International Boat Show during the State of the Recreational Boating Industry Breakfast, held this morning at the Rusty Pelican within it’s Biscayne Ballroom. Organized by the NMMA and judged by BWI, the award recognizes innovative distinction from other products currently being manufactured that benefit the marine industry and consumers; they must be cost-effective; offer practicality; and are available to consumers within 60 days of [...]
Solution Turned into Market-Winning Product
The first two-in-one sea strainer with a built-in flush kit system The patent pending two-in-one system gives boat owners the ability to extend the life expectancy of their engine, cleans the entire raw water-cooling circuit and adds protection when operating in lakes with heavy vegetation Available to original equipment manufacturers and to consumers as an aftermarket part.  Boat builders and consumers can easily and quickly install the technology on almost any inboard marine engine Indmar Marine Engines engineering team develops a solution for their boat building partners and turns it into a market-winning product.  They call it the Strainer Pro, [...]
First and only emissions certified catalyzed supercharged inboard available in its segment First to integrate ROUSH Performance supercharging technology into a marine engine, introducing ROUSH to the marine industry for the very first time Most torque ever offered in a towboat Features a non-traditional catalyst exhaust system that is the most compact catalyst exhaust available and delivers the lowest emissions for a catalyzed supercharged engine in it’s segment More fuel efficiency than comparable supercharged offerings in it’s segment Innovative features benefit the end user by making boating easier from operation to service  Indmar Marine Engines, the worlds largest privately held [...]
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Indmar to Unveil the All-New Raptor Series
Indmar Marine Engines will take the wraps off the all-new Raptor Series Thursday, September 4th at the largest boardsports and lifestyle tradeshow in the world,  Surf Expo.  The Raptor Series will make its public debut during the press conference to be held at 1:30 pm EDT.  Special guests from Ford and ROUSH Performance will be in attendance for the unveiling. Indmar’s engineering team took everything off the table and literally reinvented the inboard marine engine.  Purpose building every component and feature specifically to address the evolution of today’s towboats, which have grown into larger heavier boats with increased ballast and [...]
Indmar to be Built Ford Tough®
Ford Motor Company will re-enter the marine market in an agreement with Indmar Marine Engines, the world’s largest privately held manufacturer of gasoline inboard marine engines. Ford and Indmar Marine Engines made the announcement today at the Specialty Equipment Market Association premier event – the 2013 SEMA show. “Ford is pleased to be working with Indmar Marine as it plans to re-enter the marine market,” said Jamy Hall, president and CEO for Ford Component Sales. “Ford has a long history of bringing power to the marine industry and views this effort as a strategic opportunity for the company.” Ford’s 6.2-liter [...]
New Skiers Choice Assault 6.0L Inboard By Indmar
The newest addition to Skier's Choice Boats engine-line up for 2008 is the Assault 6.0L (364 CID) by Indmar. It is a new high-tech performance inboard that delivers enough power to give bulky big blocks a run for their money; all with less weight and a much smaller footprint. This new 6.0L powerplant is based on GM's Gen IV Vortec 6000 truck engine which has a strong following in automotive circles. The "brainpower" behind the new Assault 6.0L comes from Delphi's most advanced ECM (Electronic Control Module) the MEFI-5 hardware/software computer system. The MEFI-5 system is custom calibrated for Skiers [...]
Indmar. Where innovation is always hot!
Indmar is the first marine engine manufacturer to build catalytic converter- equipped engines in a standard production process. Indmar continues to develop the technology required for optimum performance and superior quality . Your engine was designed with the latest components that keep Indmar and your boat's performance ahead of the competition. One of the most important introductions involves post catalyst temperature sensors that allow the engine controller to monitor the status of the catalytic converters. These sensors are especially designed for top performance within the marine environment and deal with factors such as extreme temperatures, chemical compatibility, vibration and water. [...]
Indmar 2008 Engines Get Extra Measure Of Corrosion Protection
New SpectraMATE®25 plating is providing an extra layer of protection against corrosion on Indmar's 2008 inboard engine line. The newly adopted Indmar plating process is used on all exposed engine parts such as nuts, bolts and other metal fasteners; greatly extending the life of these parts. Highly-rated in the rugged 500-hour salt spray test, SpectraMATE®25 resists corrosion on a par with most stainless steels. Unlike other coatings and platings, surface scratches do not result in significant loss of effectiveness. This extra protective layer provided by the new plating process means longer Indmar engine life in the harsh marine environment. Indmar [...]
ETX/CAT (Extreme Tuned Exhaust with Catalyst) by marine engine manufacturer Indmar Products Company, Inc. has won the 2006 IBEX Environmental Innovation Award at the recent International Boatbuilders Exhibition & Conference (IBEX) held November 1-3, 2006 in Miami Beach, Fl. ETX/CAT BY Indmar, patent pending, is the marine industry's first and only catalytic converter system for gasoline inboard/sterndrive marine engines. Its innovative "green" technology reduces exhaust emissions to less than half of the hydrocarbons (HC) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) over engines of previous years. ETX/CAT's most dramatic achievement for boater safety is its ability to reduce poisonous carbon monoxide (CO) [...]