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  1. #1
    Registered bouyhunter's Avatar
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    Who's repowering and wants to sell the remnants???

    OK, I have a line on a 24/7 hull that was almost sold, and blew up the motor prior to consumating the deal. It's not the Pantera I want, but a splash hull.
    I looked at it last summer, and the hull looked good, but I'd need further inspection.
    My question is, who out there is repowering, and has a stock low hour 454 to a 496 reasonable $$$$
    I don't want to go crazy on power - YET.
    Hooking up to a Bravo that is already outfitted with shower, but is also going to need Hydraulic steering.
    Anyone selling their old power??

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    Registered BY U BOY's Avatar
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    jeff1000man has some 454 short blocks

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    Gold Member Gold Member pkspx's Avatar
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    Fort Lauderdale, FL
    if your looking for some mods I have parts left over from my last 454 build.
    OSO's unofficial I.T. consultant :D

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    Registered offthefront's Avatar
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    2 502's MPI Mags ....13000 .....however there was a pair of 454 MPI's ... I think 8K ... in Classifieds .... I couldn't find em tonite though ....

    call me about the 502's .. should be great motors ... mike

    904 422 4806

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    Registered bouyhunter's Avatar
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    Apache Jct. AZ
    I'm just fishing at this point. I want to get the hull cheap, because I feel the dealer (a Bass boat / eggbeater shop) doesn't understand what they have, and don't really know what it needs. Not that they have that much - it's a late 80's Python, but I don't think they know what to do with it.
    Last summer when I was looking at it, the motor and rigging looked a little rough, and I knew it would need gone through. Thinking now, with a blown motor, I could cut a deal, and repower with something one of you guys are powering up from.
    Just trying to put together a budget at this point.
    I'm working with limited funds.
    The funny story is, I was interested last summer, and I thought it sold, but the dealer moved it to a different location. 2 weeks ago a Gal that works for my wife said they bought it - showed me pics - and then today I got the news it blew up this or the past weekend, and they backed out.
    I can deal with a new motor if the price is right, and I can replace reliable, and reasonable.

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    Deland, Florida
    Quote Originally Posted by bouyhunter View Post
    reliable, and reasonable.
    Pick one.

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