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Old 01-11-2006, 03:59 PM
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cigaretteman...Supposively most of it's life as been idleing around and running around 48 mph according to what he has diclosed to the broker.
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Old 01-11-2006, 04:43 PM
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I hate havivg to modify the inner part of the hatch becayse of its design.
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Old 03-20-2006, 12:29 PM
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i have the 525sc's in my 31 sonic...AWESOME !!! it's for sale & everybody's afraid of the power...don't think it's reliable but i've had more problems w/smaller stock power...u will love them!!!TORQUE & SPEED!!!
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Old 07-30-2007, 10:13 PM
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so what WOT rpm are you guys running
I am at 5000 on my 336 formula with 24pitch labbed props and 1.36 ratio. 72mph.
should i drop pitch to get to 5100-5200 or am i dialed in

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Teague has them.
Teague owns Superchiller
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JJONES... sO IF i PUT CHILLERS ON i WILL HAVE TO SCOOPS ON THE HATCH BECAUSE OF HEIGHT ISSUES??????
I have a 382 hatch with scoops if you need one.
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I love mine! 3 Seasons and no problems. I have the smaller pulleys and have Imco extreme drives. They pull hard!
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They are excellent motors. Also quite capable of many hundreds of hours. Call Teague, order up a set of chillers and smaller pulleys and you will be well over 600hp with good reliability. It's hard to beat a good carbed motor. Mercruiser was quite conservative with this package.



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