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Old 02-27-2007, 12:07 PM
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Here's a nice new pair of small blocks for a 38 Cig KV we're rigging. These mills sound snotty idling on the bench, can't wait to get this puppy splashed.
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Old 02-27-2007, 12:09 PM
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Fresh paint. A little dated but appropriate for the hull year.
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Old 02-27-2007, 12:41 PM
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It looks pretty cool, I wouldn't change it.
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What kind of numbers are those small block producing?
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love the paint...got that classic look
 
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What kind of numbers are those small block producing?
I'd like know too.
A pair of SBC's in a 38' Cig?.....sounds under powered to me.
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Iggy,I agree..ya need that big block torque !!
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I always wondered if you could put small blocks in a 35+ ft boat and get atleast 70mph. Is it possible without blowers?
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This boat ran low 80's with small blocks, as it was originally rigged. I haven't seen the pulls but the owner is claiming 700hp. It's a half stagger, Bravos' on Box's. 3 man bolster and no cabin.
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that is cool as $hit we need more info on the performance!who did the motors? there must be tons of room , we need picks and lots of them!!!
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