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    Alpha One SS (shorty) drive, 1.32:1 ratio

    I've got an Alpha One SS (-2.75") shorty drive that I've decided to part with. It's a 1.32:1 ratio, brond new complete water pump kit, fresh paint and decals. Great for smaller boats, Donzi classics, etc. Getting hard to find.

    $2350, + shipping.

    Kurt 715-410-0735
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    Tempting.........I dig the groovy Jim Morrison picture on the wall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    Tempting.........I dig the groovy Jim Morrison picture on the wall
    Funny you caught that! Mugshot from New Haven, CT.

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    Wish I wasn't in the middle of building an engine right now,,,,,I'm gonna need that!!

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    really tempting for my 87 210 sport....are these any tougher than standard alpha (gear wise) or just a short case? have a 330 BBC in front of my standard alpha, and can't afford a blackhawk

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    that thing would be sweet on your 210 sport, i had a 196 sport with a stock 330 (said 454 magnum but was 330hp) and wanted a SS for it. The price on this one looks good.
    i say try it, i bet its a blast on that hull.

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    I'm using one behind a 502. Its fast, makes a big difference. I wouldn't use it on a hull over 22' (or one that's on the heavy side) but it will work for your baja. 1.32 is what you want for a big block. They like hydromotive 4 blades.

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    How much shorter are these then the standard alpha. I'm wondering what kind of gains can be had from the standard alpha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam007 View Post
    How much shorter are these then the standard alpha. I'm wondering what kind of gains can be had from the standard alpha.
    The SS is 2.75" shorter than a standard Alpha. It's not uncommon to see speed gains of 5-8mph. Great for Donzi Classics and similar smaller boats as the motors were installed fairly deep to keep everything under the engine hatch.


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