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S2 Ep. 11: Getting the Engine Into the Hull

We're in the home stretch of fixing this engine before dropping it back in.

In this episode of Project X, watch as Joe Keene gets the final pieces of the Yamaha FX SVHO engine back together before getting it reinstalled into the hull.

This season of Project X is brought to you by SBT, the largest PWC aftermarket parts company in the world:

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