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  4. Ebbtide Hydroacvtive Mazda 13b powered

    Ebbtide Hydroacvtive Mazda 13b powered

    WEST PALM BEACH, Florida

    The RX-7 of boats, powered by a 13b Supercharged Mazda Rotary Engine This 20 foot Ebbtide Jet boat is one of only a few of these unique rotary powered boats produced and to our knowledge may be the only still in use and in very good condition. It is very well constructed, solid and strong. The supercharged 13b produces nearly 300 hp making this boat fast and by far one of the smoothest power / speed boats ever built.     Produced in 1996 by Ebbtide Marine in conjunction with Rotary Marine Industries.  As the 2nd owner I purchased the boat in 1998 with the engine apart. Since my business was building Mazda race engines we built a fresh engine that kept the boat running great for nearly 20 years. Always well maintained and looking great, Even the Gel coat still looks good.  Then about 5 years ago we found oil in the bilge, a tiny rust hole in the oil pan was the cause.  We decided to update everything and make it better than new. It was completely stripped down. Both the engine and jet drive were replaced. Refurbished heat exchangers for the fresh water cooling and oil system. All new fuel system, tank refurb, pump and all the fluid lines and hoses for fuel. cooling and oil replaced. All new steering & control cables as well as a fresh mil spec wiring harness, lighting and switchgear installed at the same time with new upholstery and teak look soft deck as well. Really too much to list, even the trailer is brand new $5500 alone. It got all the love, less than 10 hrs time on it since. Special Features: It has a custom built high tech wet exhaust system built from 321 stainless steel, the original cast aluminum exhaust manifold and riser did not hold up well to the high exhaust temperature of the supercharged 13b engine. When we designed this exhaust we incorporated a dump valve at its lowest point.  In shallow water jet boats in general can suck up sand that can restrict the flow of cooling water through the heat exchangers and out the exhaust.. Should that happen simply open the dump valve, the sand comes out and cooling is restored.

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