OXE Diesel 300hp Outboard, Electric Start, Electronic Power Steering

The OXE300 provides significantly more torque and reduced emissions, fuel consumption and operational costs compared to gasoline-fueled outboards. OXE300 consumes up to 46% less fuel compared to a 300hp gasoline outboard. Carbon dioxide is reduced by more than 35% (when biofuels are used net Carbon dioxide is reduced by up to 94,2%), carbon monoxide by more than 99%, and combined hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides by more than 70%. This reduction significantly contributes to a reduced environmental impact. Reduced fuel consumption combined with reduced drag extends the operational range by 87%.

The powerhead of the OXE300 is a marinized bi-turbo automotive configuration from BMW that provides its full 680Nm (502ft-lb) of torque at the crankshaft already at 1750rpm, at 1000rpm the engine provides over 500Nm (369ft-lb). At the propeller shaft, the torque numbers translate to 945Nm (696ft-lb). These are torque numbers that were previously unheard of in the outboard industry and provide the user with massive bollard pulling power, as well as fast hole shot acceleration.

The primary customers for the OXE300 are governmental, transportation, and search and rescue organizations and other users with high load and speed demands.

300hp Data Sheet



Technical Data

Engine Type Diesel, L6
Displacement 3.0 L
Intake Turbocharged, intercooled
Torque 680 Nm at 1750 rpm
Power 300hp at 4100-4400 rpm
Fuel Diesel
EN 590, ASTM D 975 No. 1
No. 2 JIS KK2204, F54 & F75
Alternator Output 180 Amp
Rig length 25″ or 33″
Cooling Closed cooling circuit
Shift CANbus, Electro-hydraulic
Clutch Hydraulic multi-friction plate
Gear Ratios 1.59:1 and 2.37:1