During Press Conference Held at the Largest Boardsports and Lifestyle Tradeshow in the World

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 passenger capacities and share the ultimate goal of producing bigger wakes.




More than three years in the making with over 4,500 hours of extreme lab, durability and open water testing, Indmar is pleased to deliver an inboard purpose built specifically to tow heavy weight while taking on the most unforgiving marine conditions and brutal tasks of towing rugged watersports.

The all-new Raptor series is based off a proven workhorse, the Built Ford Tough® 6.2L 16-Valve SOHC V8 engine that was designed, engineered, built and torture-tested by Ford. The same state-of-the-art engine that powers the F-150 SVT Raptor and F-Series Super Duty Trucks that boast best-in-class gas horsepower, torque and max towing ratings.

With 3 engine configurations that host more engineering innovations than you can count on your fingers, the all-new Raptor Series stands apart from the competition. From the not so standard base engine with best in class torque and horsepower to the heavy weight champ we call the ROUSHcharged Raptor 575, consumers will find each engine in the series was built on a foundation engineered to last and backed with a full 5-year Factory Warranty—Indmar’s commitment to the quality, durability and reliability of the all-new Raptor Series.  For more information on the all-new Raptor series visit

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