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Old 01-26-2006, 01:14 PM
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I'm building a 496 blown motor and Ive been trying to find the best drive for my money,I was considering IMCO,however, I have found some threads saying they ere breaking with blown motors with @ 700-800 hp, and they all say that it happens around 20-30hrs. has anyone heard of this.
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Been there done that...twice.
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Max Machine Works is probably your best bet
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I have a pair of the Imco Extreme SC and they are being pushed by a pair of blower motors,never a problem one.
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they are my second choice since I hang out at havasu and they are there. SO I think they will be my first now thanks.
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hyper how much hp are you pushing
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Speedy,
What type of boat and how heavy is it?
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Been there done that...twice.

what kind of power did it take to brake your back4more?

I just orderd -2 shoties for my 650's want better luck then you had!
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800...Prop it way up there so your spinning them as fast as your motors WOT will allow.
Don't run RedLine Oil in them either.
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