SBT, Inc. Now Offers Brand New Engines With No Core


As technology marches on and the aftermarket following closely behind, professional tuners and performance-seeking weekend warriors are finding that today’s engines can take a lot of abuse. This, in turn, gives these very same speed hunters more room to push the envelope, and consequently, find where the limits of these machines truly are. Although the end result can be a little messy (ever seen a turbo Sea-Doo window the engine block? It ain’t pretty), there is one resource at the ready to keep every personal watercraft in full operation.

SBT, Inc. the world leader in PWC two- and four-stroke engine refurbishing and remanufacturing has just announced a program that is sure to ring loudly to those managing fleets of rental craft, repair shops with high turnaround and those needing a completely assembled (and dyno tested) engine fast; Announced earlier this month, SBT is offering brand-new SBT engines with no core required. Just check out the selection and find the engine you’re looking for! That’s it. And with that engine, you get an unparalleled one-year, fault-free warranty against failure of any kind with…wait for it… absolutely no questions asked!

And like all SBT and Watercraft Superstore purchases, your order is given a guaranteed ship Date or its FREE. It also includes an unprecedented two-year, fault-free warranty, and all the gaskets needed for installation. So whether you’re shopping for a new 4-stroke, be it a brand-new or remanufactured Premium or Standard engine, 4-stroke short blocks, cases, crankshafts or anything else, SBT, Inc. has got you covered!

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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  1. Steve 1 August, 2017 at 13:50 Reply

    SBT sucks! New engine from
    Them professionally installed last 15 hours and top end fell apart SBT got pictures admitted it but said oh well.

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