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    Gold Member Gold Member fandango's Avatar
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    engine help in Ft. Lauderdale

    Hello, I am a new member but have been following site for some time now. Looking for an engine surveyor or somebody in the Ft. Lauderdale area to look over engines in a Cig that I am looking at.
    Any ideas. Thanks in advance.

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    Registered spitfire1's Avatar
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    Ft. Lauderdale FL. USA
    I dont know if he still does this type of thing.....but Tommy over at Chief engines is one I would check with......I would definitely think about having a leak down done too.......that will tell you alot more than just a compression test........
    Last edited by Spitfire1; 02-26-2002 at 09:28 PM.

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    Charter Member#203 Charter Member Pete B's Avatar
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    Ft.Myers, Fl/ Atlanta, Ga/ Worldwide
    Check out Tres Martin's shop. Martin Offshore he deals with cigarette's as well.

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    Registered PP RACE's Avatar
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    Call Pat at Performance Marine in Pompano. He has a in house dyno and really knows his ****!! He has been doing my engines for years. 954-970-3335
    Last edited by PP RACE; 02-26-2002 at 10:21 PM.

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    Holland MI
    I had Marty Merolla survey a boat for me in Palm Beach Gardens, and he also surveyed the engines and sea-trialed the boat for me as I was not able to leave Michigan at the time. I was very pleased with the information he compiled and bought the boat.

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