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"This question has as much to do with one's particular installation as"
Which all comes back to part and parcel of why a proper marine installation for an engine, doesn't just mean dropping in a car or truck engine. Too much oil in the pan, and it gets foamed and aerated by the crankshaft and rods bottoms, no good. Too little, and things don't get lubed. The same way that we, as sailors, get used to looking at things a little differently, marine engineers have to review the entire powerplant to make sure it doesn't mind having oil passages that may no longer, and other subtleties.
Unless you're motorsailing under engine power and high wind, or trying to motor under high wind with a lot of freeboard...I wouldn't expect long-term heel under power to be much of an issue, but if the builder is still in existence, it might pay to check with them to find out what their build parameters were.