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Old 01-15-2006, 10:44 PM
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Eastern Hills Marine located in Cincinnati, OH will sell a new 2" shortie set-up with your gears for $2,100.00 with other options available. Contact me at 513-561-4849!

We already have pricing of $1,799 or better on page 1
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Old 01-15-2006, 11:26 PM
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I'd really like a bit more solid proof how & why the polished are slower?

There has to be some kind of hydro-dynamic explanation to back this nonsense...
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Old 01-16-2006, 11:19 AM
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I'd really like a bit more solid proof how & why the polished are slower?

There has to be some kind of hydro-dynamic explanation to back this nonsense...
I just talked to Dave over at IMCO and he agreed that the black and polished finishes are slower than the satin...we did not get into the hydro-dynamic explanations because I figured as soon as I used the word slower, everyone would be ordering satin finish lowers...

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We already have pricing of $1,799 or better on page 1
Dose there price include setup ?
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Dose there price include setup ?

No my price of $1,799.00 does not include set-up so $2,100 complete is not a bad price.
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Old 01-16-2006, 01:02 PM
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No my price of $1,799.00 does not include set-up so $2,100 complete is not a bad price.
Set what up? And by complete, do you mean downshaft and lower gears and propshaft?
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Set what up? And by complete, do you mean downshaft and lower gears and propshaft?
Harper220, I was responding to racinfever's question about the $1,799 price, that does not include set-up and yes set-up means gears, propshaft, etc.
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I just got off the phone with Dean at the Bravo Shop in Fl about his lower foot for the Bravos .He makes the shorter housings also.He is saying that his foot is more hydrodynamic that the Imco making his faster. He said the Imco is too long is one reason .got me to thinking??????
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I'd really like a bit more solid proof how & why the polished are slower?

There has to be some kind of hydro-dynamic explanation to back this nonsense...
http://www.flow3d.com/pdfs/bib22-02.pdf

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anyone know the $$ on Deans lowers? I wonder if his have the increased water pressure issue the IMCO lower creates.
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