December 23, 2013
As of 2012, all new Peninsular marine and low compression automotive engines come with the forged steel crankshaft as standard equipment. Previously, the forged steel crankshaft could be ordered as an option or purchased separately. This is a great enhancement to Peninsular performance!
October 21, 2010
This is a great story about one of our new customers. George Lotzer of Redondo Beach, California purchased a new Peninsular 310 turbo diesel engine to re-power his 28-foot Bayliner. The purchase was made in January of 2010 and the re-power was done by M&K Marine in Hawthorne, California. George called us recently to tell […]
October 1, 2010
For the road warriors among us, Peninsular Engines has re-powered many motor homes. Our expertise covers many manufacturers and models including Trek, Safari/Monaco and “Georgie Boy” Swingers. In fact, as this post is being written, we have a Swinger similar to the one pictured here in the shop receiving a new Peninsular P-400 6.5 L […]
November 2, 2009
Trouble starting your marine diesel after changing fuel filters? When you change your fuel filters, is it a tough job getting your marine diesel started again? Have you had to “crack” injectors or fuel lines to vent the air and get the fuel moving? Have you had to run back and forth between the manual […]