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  1. #1
    My Boats:
    2006 Larson Senza 206
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    Toronto, Ontario

    Why is the IMCO SCT drive not very popular?

    So I was reading through an old issue of powerboat magazine today, and their was an article on the diesel nordic with the scx drive. The next page had an advertisement for the sct drive saying the tranny can fit into the extension box and it will bolt onto your transom. How come we always hear about people going to the scx and the konrad ace but never the sct?

    I am sure their is a simple reason for this, so lets hear it!

  2. #2
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    DCB F-32
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Bowling Green, Kentucky
    I think it is because of the work or rigging that would need to be done to do this. I know one person who used them on a Spetre with good luck. Also cost of transmission. Much more simple to bolt on a new ring and helmet then bolt up a drive. The size of the SCT vertical shaft is huge. I think they would be a good option for some.

  3. #3
    Registered Airpacker's Avatar
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    little cat...BIG MOTOR
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    Aug 2001
    Aurora Ontario
    I considered going that route and truth be told, IMCO told me they had better results with the SCX as far as durability.

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    Registered JIMKID Motorsports's Avatar
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    2009 30 LS7 SKATER 711
    Join Date
    Mar 2001
    Livonia Mi Usa
    x power direct bolt on no tranny

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