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  • NautiqueJeff
    started a topic PEG Earns Malibu Award

    PEG Earns Malibu Award

    Official PCM Press Release:
    Palm Springs, CA (November 26, 2018) - Pleasurecraft Engine Group was recognized at the Malibu Boats National Dealer Meeting with the Malibu Partnership Excellence Award.

    Malibu Boats presents this award to recognize supplier partners that have made a lasting impact on their business. Pleasurecraft has exclusively supplied engines to their Axis line of wake boats for the past four years and this year, Pleasurecraft has increased production to also fulfill the needs of their Malibu boat line.

    Director of Supply Chain at Malibu Boats, Brad Ditchfield commented, “Pleasurecraft’s consistent approach and ethics during this period speaks volumes to the business and personal values that its team possesses. All at Pleasurecraft should be proud of not only the products they build, but also the way in which they conduct business.”

    “We are honored and humbled to be presented with the Malibu Partnership Excellence Award,” stated Pleasurecraft President Mark McKinney. “We strive to provide customer service that makes life better for our partners and engines that create the best overall boating experience.”

    About Pleasurecraft Engine Group: Pleasurecraft Engine Group, owned by Correct Craft, manufactures four engine brands, PCM, Crusader, Challenger, and Levitator, from its headquarters in Little Mountain, South Carolina. For over forty years Pleasurecraft has led the industry in providing the highest quality, most innovative inboard engines, backed with exceptional service. For more information please visit www.pcmengines.com.

    About Correct Craft: Celebrating 94 years of excellence in the marine industry, Correct Craft is a Florida-based company with global operations. The Correct Craft family includes Nautique, Centurion, Supreme, Bass Cat, Yar-Craft, SeaArk, and Bryant boat companies, Pleasurecraft Marine Engine Group, Watershed Innovation and Aktion Parks. For more information please visit www.correctcraft.com.

  • SoCal G-Man
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    Originally posted by Miljack View Post

    Ha, yep, I couldn't figure out why people were drooling over that Ford power plant. We've used them in some one ton trucks, and honestly, you have to rev the snot out of them (at least for a truck) to get at the power. I'm talking at least 3,500 rpm before the 6.2 makes that truck move...
    1-tons need that diesel torque. I experienced the same thing with the 6.2 power band. I have driven a few Raptors, pushing one hard enough off-road to break a shock mount, so I did get a good feel for that 6.2 engine. I had to keep it above 3,000 RPM to maintain the level of throttle response needed to get out of trouble. Especially as I dropped into sandy washes, and needed that RPM immediately to keep my speed up.

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  • Miljack
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    Originally posted by SoCal G-Man View Post

    Or properly sucking up after the Ford mistake...
    Ha, yep, I couldn't figure out why people were drooling over that Ford power plant. We've used them in some one ton trucks, and honestly, you have to rev the snot out of them (at least for a truck) to get at the power. I'm talking at least 3,500 rpm before the 6.2 makes that truck move...

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  • SoCal G-Man
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    Originally posted by Miljack View Post
    Interesting that the supply chain guy had this to say...

    Director of Supply Chain at Malibu Boats, Brad Ditchfield commented, “Pleasurecraft’s consistent approach and ethics during this period speaks volumes to the business and personal values that its team possesses. All at Pleasurecraft should be proud of not only the products they build, but also the way in which they conduct business.”

    I think he was throwing some shade at the Indmar boys....
    Or properly sucking up after the Ford mistake...

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  • Miljack
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    Interesting that the supply chain guy had this to say...

    Director of Supply Chain at Malibu Boats, Brad Ditchfield commented, “Pleasurecraft’s consistent approach and ethics during this period speaks volumes to the business and personal values that its team possesses. All at Pleasurecraft should be proud of not only the products they build, but also the way in which they conduct business.”

    I think he was throwing some shade at the Indmar boys....

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  • SoCal G-Man
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    Impressive! Congrats to the hard-working people at PCM and PEG!

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Sure looks like it.

    Pleasurecraft has exclusively supplied engines to their Axis line of wake boats for the past four years and this year, Pleasurecraft has increased production to also fulfill the needs of their Malibu boat line.

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  • Phil8uga
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    Interesting. I had no idea PCM supplies engines to AXIS. Make me wonder if Malibu May have a PCM motor in the future.


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