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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Bullhead's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillR View Post
    PLEASE stop w/ all the Active Thunder HYPE!!! I know you mean it in jest, but it is getting old!! MY EDIT: Sydwayz why did you edit your post? It wasn't offensive.

    Thanks for the ride offer Macklin - we'll see what the verdict is.

    Obviously I am not in a good mood! Headers pressure checked fine! So I have either a blown head gasket, cracked head or cracked block. Any ideas?

    Boat is now in NC and in the hands of Joey Griffin. I hope the Heck it is a head gasket!!!
    Bill sorry to hear about your bad luck.....but at least you've got the right man on the job...they don't get any better than Joey

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    Quote Originally Posted by seafordguy View Post
    I assume you had planned to do the rendezvouz.....
    I too assumed. . . . . . . . . .
    Still might happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillR View Post
    1:30 pm
    Motor is out of boat - crossing fingers for a simple / easy fix.
    Good Luck, I hope it is something simple.
    Some days all you can do is smile and wait for some kind soul to come pull your ass out of the bind you've gotten yourself into !!!!!!!!!

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    pressure check

    i just had our headers apart on our race boat and was trying to figure out way the was residue of some sort in the exhaust at the connection between tail pipe and headers. i found that the welds at the 4 into 1 connector plate had sprung a leak.

    i have a tig welding so i fixed it myself, but i pressure check them all before re installing them.

    get some extra hose and make a adapter from an fitting to a garden hose and block off the top outlet and fill em up. it was easy to spot the leaks.

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