Advanced Ultralight Marine V-6 is the Perfect Inboard Upgrade for Pleasure Cruisers
John Lehenbauer –
Feb 6, 2018
Photo 1/9 | Lead Hyundai SeasAll S270 | Lead Hyundai Seasall S270
Photo 2/9 | 002 Hyundai SeasAll S270 | After being drawn into the camshaft-driven pump, seawater goes through the intercooler into the heat exchanger (mounted on the lower front of the engine), then onto the oil cooler just above the exchanger. Upon exiting the cooler, seawater is routed to the exhaust elbow before being expelled.
Photo 3/9 | 003 Hyundai SeasAll S270 | The electronic variable-geometry turbocharger (E-VGT) is positioned on the upper-rear section of the engine. The exhaust manifolds’ temperature is regulated by engine coolant, while the exhaust elbow is cooled by seawater.