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Old 11-28-2005, 09:16 PM
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Whatever package you buy, make sure it's easy to upgrade
Like 1400s
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That maybe a little light for the new ones
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That maybe a little light for the new ones
i would go centrifugal on the new one....
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Hey JC Perv,

Do you see Turbo's coming back over blowers? Some guys up in this area are starting to build big Turbo motors as they use less HP and have increased in reliability.

What are you seein'?
You will see alot more turbos this coming year.A friend of mine is building 2 engines for a new 50 Hustler.Should be interesting.Its one of the ways to surpass that 1500 supercharged horsepower.Centrifical blowers are coming in to play too.
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What kind of Cubes to make that power?
557 or bigger
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Old 11-29-2005, 07:39 PM
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Chuck the 750 will be nice because it is N/A they are very solid and will give you a solid 115-120mph boat . your 525's are worth 20k each, new dealer a little over 25k
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I have had a few pairs of 750's EFI's in my last 2 boats. Extremly reliable, very much like your 525's you presently have. Both of mine were 598 CI from TMP. The first pair has over 400hrs in the sonic and the last were in my 43 Nortech. Warranty is important, find a engine builder who you feel comfortable working with, and there are many on this board, JCERP, ZUL, Chief, Innovative,and Mesa, and I'm sure I missed a few. Good Luck. Jeff
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I have had a few pairs of 750's EFI's in my last 2 boats. Extremly reliable, very much like your 525's you presently have. Both of mine were 598 CI from TMP. The first pair has over 400hrs in the sonic and the last were in my 43 Nortech. Warranty is important, find a engine builder who you feel comfortable working with, and there are many on this board, JCERP, ZUL, Chief, Innovative,and Mesa, and I'm sure I missed a few. Good Luck. Jeff
Thanks Jeff. I really like dealing with both Ron and Tron. If there is a problem I think my best bet is with the manufacturer. What is going on with your project??
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What about just keeping them and possibly reinstall at time of resale?

Wouldn't it make an easier sale on the other end......they may be worth
more to you than get now.
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