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Old 02-10-2006, 06:11 PM
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I think it would be more like $6k a side with installation.


$3600 retail per set.
I can't hardly imagine $2400 to install??

even at 500 to 1000 for install, it wouldn't be worth it to me just for a few mph and a different sound..
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Old 02-10-2006, 07:27 PM
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20 hp for free see here just pull out the turbolators in your stock exhaust
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Old 02-10-2006, 07:31 PM
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if you want to supercharge your 496 - do not use stock pistons

the perfect 496 supercharged engine should use at least
forged pistons,forged crankshaft, allow heads and a special supercharger cam

find them all here

www.raylarengine.com
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if you like serios more power natural aspirated EFI up to 725 HP and over 800 pounds of torque look at these






our webside - european sale only

www.496power.de

for US sale look at manufactors webside

www.raylarengine.com
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doesnt look like there is much left of the black motor...that thing sure is puuuuurdy though!!
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20 hp for free see here just pull out the turbolators in your stock exhaust
Nice cut away view. I removed mine last spring, a bit more punch and a little throatier sounding too...

Is that you Ray using a different screen name?

The spot at the base of the riser that is flared to fit around turbulator, does that cause any flow restrictions?
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Were they easy to remove?

Also, don't forget the phitzer bearing. Its right next to the gonkulator
They were very easy to remove. Four nuts is all...

gonkulator??
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OK....I am pulling your leg. I figured that Ray made up the turbolator name so I made a few up, too


PS....Just what is the purpose of those 'turbolators' ??
I figured...

I did remove all that other stuff though...

Turbulator from my understanding traps and keeps condensation from re-entering the manifold.
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Harper is right... Merc labels it as a turbulator in their drawings.... very easy to remove. I took mine out and it did allow me to pick up 200 rpm. Which now when WOT I will hit the limiter, when before I was just under it....

As far as real numbers for the CMI set up...... Every once in a while Boating magazine puts out their "Speedboat" issue..... the latest one I just got has an article entitled.... "Heads, You Win". They take a 22' Scarab with a 2005 496HO and install the CMI's on it. Stock set up had a best of 71.2 MPH. They installed the CMI's and saw 74.3MPH. 3.1 MPH pick up. Test driver said you could feel the boat had a little more grunt during acceleration as well.

As far as the install, it look very easy. I would definately not pair for labor to get it done, and try it myself....... hope this helps.
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