The OXE Diesel is designed and built for commercial users. Endurance, reliability, power and control is key. The world’s first commercial diesel outboard combines the reliability and endurance of marine inboards with the flexibility and agility of outboard engines, offering unprecedented efficiency, range and torque.
Our product name OXE pronounced ['əʊ, 'eks, 'i:] (swedish for ox) reflects the fundamental concepts from which this product has been developed - Endurance, Reliability, Power and Control – all significant attributes of an ox. Using OXE as the product name also pays tribute to the hard work, time, stubbornness and relentless effort our team has spent to fulfil the demands of the commercial marine market when inventing the OXE Diesel - worthy of end users trust.
The patented technology of the OXE Diesel provides a robust drive unit that effectively transfers high torque diesel power from the engine to the propeller. Combined with an innovative modular layout, easily accessible service points, closed coolant system, interchangeable gear ratios that allow the user to choose between high torque or high speed and proven diesel technology from the automotive industry, the OXE Diesel is designed and built for commercial use.
OXE 200 is the most powerful unit in the product line. It meets the demand of users who requires high-speed capacity. It delivers 200 HP and 415 NM (306ft-lb) of torque. With the high torque gear ratio on the primary belt, the unit delivers up to 900 NM (664 ft-lb) of torque on the propeller shaft.
The OXE 300 is a BI-turbo configuration that provides its full 680Nm of torque at the crankshaft already at 1750rpm, at 1000rpm the engine provides over 500Nm at the crankshaft. These are torque numbers that are previously unheard of in the outboard industry and that provides end user massive bollard pulling power as well as fast whole shot acceleration.
Kreta is the Swedish translation for the island of Crete. According to Greek legend, Poseidon brought forth from the ocean a snow-white bull for King Minos, confirming his absolute right to rule. Deeming the Cretan Bull too fine a specimen to sacrifice as commanded by the sea god, Minos kept it for himself.
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