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    Registered HyperBaja's Avatar
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    Hey guys, i got a new engine, what size prop should i start with?

    were a bit shy of 136,000 ci, around 20,000 horsepower, the starter is a 454!!!
    do i wish i could afford the gas on this for just a day!!!!!!!

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    Gone Fishin' Charter Member Waterfoul's Avatar
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    I'd start with one of those 40' in diameter ones the oil tankers have. Then get it labbed and cupped. That should do it.
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    Could you imagine running that with dry exhaust.
    I like the 950rpm WOT

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