SJX Jet Boats Unleashed "You gotta see this!" Vol. 1
A collection of videos and pictures from factory R&D testing in Idaho to
fishing and hunting in Alaska. These are just informational videos of what
we do in our SJX Jet Boats. (Video 1 of 4) (Not intended for marketing or
sale of boats)
This is our 24 cylinder Detroit that we are putting in a custom 359
Peterbilt. It will use an Allison Transmission, and the engine will be in
the front of the truck. We are starting off with 40 foot 4" X 14" rectangle
rails, not sure how long it will end up being.
Jet Boat Racing... Guaranteed Satisfaction!
See what up to 1000 horsepower sounds like from
these whitewater jetboats with their motors blasting through your systems
speakers. Nothing like good old fashion roaring engines. Don't try this at
home. Professional drivers on a closed course.
Nor-Tech 80 Roadster - TWIN 1900 HP - AMAZING!!
This second hull is a variation of the first 80. An open cockpit design
gives the look and feel of a true performance boat and less of a
A new 3 cabin floor plan is incorporated below decks. Without the roof and
heavy yacht décor materials this second version will come in lighter and
faster. This boat is powered by
CAT ACERT C32 engines producing 1900HP each. The boat has reached a top
speed in the 60 knot range.
The open deck features an abundance of seating and lounging areas such as
the "King Size" aft sun lounge.Amidships there is an outdoor entertainment
center that also houses a concealed telescoping radar mast.Facing sofas and
dining table are located behind the 4 person helm bench seat. The
Hi-Performance inspired helm pod houses 2 15" GPS displays.
Below decks skylights within the windshield brighten the salon and galley.
Aft are twin guest staterooms each with it's own W.C. and shower. Forward
there is an oversized master stateroom complete with a lounge, computer
workstation large closet etc. Throughout the cabins you find no shortage of
hull side "Vista" windows.
This new model delivers the ultimate in hi-speed yachting and style.
Blown mud truck
***This video was taken while the truck was still under construction***440
with 671 blower, Dynoed 680 horse@ 6600 RPM. We
decided to test out my transmission , the first run I think I accidently
bumped it to neutral, second run was clean all the way through 3rd gear.
Good thing I dont plan to shift in the mud anyway, its just nice to know
things are working properly! I need to upgrade to 70 shafts in the front
before I lock it! Heres a couple links to the videos of this in the mud:
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Innespace Seabreacher (or Sea Breacher) is a two-seat submersible personal
watercraft, with a shape based on that of dolphin, and the ability to
imitate a dolphin's movement.
Designed by Rob Innes and Dan Piazza of the American company Innespace it
is the production model of the single-seat Innespace Dolphin. The concept
came from VASH (variable attitude submersible hydrofoil), which was
invented by Thomas "Doc" Rowe and Dennis "Dusty" Kaiser in 1987 with his
boat, Noland Won.
The two seat vessel is powered by an Atkins Rotary Marine engine coupled to
a Hurth V-drive transmission.
The Seabreacher mini shark submarine - cool.
A midget submarine is any submarine under 150 tons,
typically operated by a crew of one or two but sometimes up to 6 or 8, with
little or no on-board living accommodation. Midget submarines normally work
with mother ships, from which they are launched and recovered, and which
provide living accommodation for the crew and other support staff.
Both military and civilian midget submarines have been built. Military
types work with surface ships and other submarines as mother ships.
Civilian and non-combatant military types are generally called
submersibles, and normally work with surface ships.
Most early submarines, such as the United States Navy's USS Holland (SS-1)
and the British Royal Navy's Holland 1, would now be considered midget
Most German midget submarines were developed late in World War II in an
attempt to stop the Allied invasion of Europe and used later to disrupt its
supply lines. As a result, the submarines mostly engaged in open water
attacks rather than harbour penetration. 
Biber (324 built by AG Weser of Bremen)
Delphin (2 built) 2-man 5-ton torpedo with top speed of 20 knots (37
km/h) and submerged radius of 30 nautical miles (56 km) at 3 knots (5.6
Hai (midget submarine) prototype of improved Marder.
Hecht type XXVIIA 2-man 12 ton submarine with 1 mine or 1 torpedo
carried outboard to a range of 38 miles at 4 knots.
Marder (~300 built) similar to Neger with breathing apparatus to allow
Molch Completely electric motordriven WWII (1944--1945) Midget
submarine. Total 393 built.
Neger (~200 built) 1-man 5-ton torpedo with underslung G7E torpedo. Top
speed 20 knots and range of 30 miles at 3 knots.
Orca class post-war swimmer delivery vehicle
Seehund type XXVIIB Most successful midget submarine in the
Kriegsmarine. Operational deployment was between January 1945 -- April
V.80 4-man 76-ton prototype completed in 1940 to test Walther geared
turbine propulsion system. Range was 50 nautical miles (93 km) at 28 knots
A submersible is a small vehicle designed to operate underwater. The term
submersible is often used to differentiate from other underwater vehicles
known as submarines, in that a submarine is a fully autonomous craft,
capable of renewing its own power and breathing air, whereas a submersible
is usually supported by a surface vessel, platform, shore team or sometimes
a larger submarine. In common usage by the general public, however, the
word submarine may be used to describe a craft that is by the technical
definition actually a submersible. There are many types of submersibles,
including both manned and unmanned craft, otherwise known as remotely
operated vehicles or ROVs. Submersibles have many uses worldwide, such
as oceanography, underwater archaeology, ocean exploration, adventure,
equipment maintenance/recovery or underwater videography.