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  1. #1
    Registered mavrick10's Avatar
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    sterling vs. zul

    which is a better motor, 750 NA Sterling or 750 NA Richie Zul. Personally, from looks i like the looks of the Zuls, but looks
    doesn't always matter. those of you who have maybe had
    both, Which One????

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    Re: sterling vs. zul

    both are great engines. no lose in either case.... this will be very tough to compare the two, both are great. stecz..

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    Re: sterling vs. zul

    Look at the price of the Sterlings and the Zul's. I would go with the zul's and save the extra money you saved for a future rebuild.

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    Re: sterling vs. zul

    We run a Zul blower motor. We are very happy with it. Richie's tech. support has been great. Any questions he will always speak to you. A great guy to deal with.

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    Re: sterling vs. zul

    sterling but better tyler crockets but those 2 are really up there in money but i would have to agree with apache 21 go with the zul's and save the extra money you saved for a future rebuild

    donz jr mike

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    Re: sterling vs. zul

    I've owned Sterling's from 750hp "B class" engines to 1100hp Blowers, good stuff but Zul's got the best package in the 600hp -750hp na range. To be fair, Sterling's best efforts are the big hp blower motors, if you plan to really use the power, not just "have" the power (and they really do build the #'s as advertised) it's Mike and maybe now Merc. but both are DAMNED EXPENSIVE !

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