I always like an engine compartment with plenty of headroom. Right at the bottom of the entryway, you'll find the emergency crash pump system - one on each engine. A quick flip of the Y valve, and you instantly get a lot of horses drinking up any water in your bilge. All through-hull fittings sport quarter-turn sea valves, making them easy to handle as well. A single 25 kW generator comes standard, and a second is found on the options list. Like the machinery tunnel, the entire engine compartment gets faired and painted with Awlcraft 2000 engine-room paint for the absolute easiest maintenance and leak detection. In addition to the 1,650 hp CATs on this 68, Davis offers other power options, such as DDC/MTU 10V2000s rated at 1,500 hp; 1,800 hp Caterpillar C32-Acerts; and DDC/MTU 16V2000s at 2,000 hp each. It should run like a scalded dog with the latter.