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    Platinum Member Platinum Member WildWarrior's Avatar
    My Boats:
    2003 Hustler Talon ,1997-TopGun
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    Aug 2004
    PA/ MD
    We have had way better luck running our Bam Super Cyborg transmissions than we have with our Merc #6 Drysump drives.
    So far 120 hrs and no transmission failures.

    We have blown 3 new# 6 Drysumps to smithereens in the same time period.

    The Bam Dry sump Cyborgs are rated up to 1300 ft lbs of torque

    We run our 565Cis to 6500 rpms 14-71 high helix blowers @ 13 to 16 lbs of boost 1300 to 1400+ hp 1.24 ratio and Merc 36 P 17" cleavers

    The new Bam's appear to be stronger than our drives
    Good Luck!

  2. #12
    VIP Member VIP Member DirtyMoney's Avatar
    My Boats:
    368 Skater, 33 Scarab AVS, Fountain 48EC Yanmar/Arneson
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    May 2003
    Murrayville, GA
    Quote Originally Posted by boonville1963 View Post
    Beau, the one you are talking about is being built by Tyson {big yellow cat} here in Missouri, they are being installed now in one and soon to be installed in a 46 skater with big power at loto.yes they will handle 2,000 lbs torquem would be great for diesels
    I know this, hell we all know this but you were taking claim to it a while back.

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    Mar 2008
    I never took claim to it, I'm good friends with Tyson, and know he does his homework on his products and felt like this could eliminate a reliability issue on big torque diesels

  4. #14
    Registered Brad Zastrow's Avatar
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    Jun 2001
    McHenry, Illinois
    I would look at converting your setup to the air shift crashbox. You have half the parts now. We know the crashbox will take your power and the dry clutch pack on the air shift is similar to top fuel race cars with far more power. I am like you and grew tired of losing a tranny. I went wtih crash boxes 2 years ago without a single issue of paint damage so far.

  5. #15
    Platinum Member Platinum Member Tom A.'s Avatar
    My Boats:
    Necessary Evil .............Donzi 38 ZrComp.............
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    Nov 2002
    New Jersey
    Quote Originally Posted by LubeJobs42 View Post
    Whos using trannys with big power?
    I hope you don't have anything like that in your Costa Rica club!

    No Beak, No Bustle, No Bull. Donzi 38 ZRC

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