I have a symphony in my engine room. These are 454 Crusader’s with EFI.they are …

I have a symphony in my engine room. These are 454 Crusader’s with EFI.they are running at 3500 rpm’s in this video and doing 16kts. And some of our location sticker collection. She has acquired a cool travel history. #missmarianne

I have a symphony in my engine room. These are 454 Crusader's with EFI.they are running at 3500 rpm's in this video and…

Posted by Albert Bartkus on Wednesday, May 30, 2018

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  1. Jim Piersol
    Jim Piersol says:

    I could listen to that all day! Did the green stuff on your strainers just appear from the saltwater or was it that way when you left last fall?

  2. Maurizio Hublitz
    Maurizio Hublitz says:

    Diesel is not always much better on a planing hull, on a displacement hull definitely. I use 3 Liters per Nautical mile at 3000rpm and some 20 knots planing speed. 5 Liters per Nautical Mile at 12 knots. 2 Liters per nautical mile at 5-6 konts dead slow. So at the Marina there is a Volvo Penta sales place, I gave in so that he could calculate on two D4 with equal 260 Hp, as he claimed a return of investement as we do some 2000 nautical miles per year.. He came up with fuel consumption of 3.25 liters per Nautical mile at 20 knots, however only 1 liter per nautical mile at dead slow. I have two OMC 350 (Chevy) with 4 barrel carbs. Chris Craft 32ft Express. If someone has other experience it would be interesting, calculations are total fuel consumption for both engines.

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