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Old 09-13-2007, 06:12 PM
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good? bad?, would you trust them to rebuild your engines?
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Old 09-13-2007, 06:34 PM
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have not had any thing done personly but have always hear good things about them helped me with little things on my outboards nice poeple
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Looking at a boat that had both 500EFI's rebuilt there 20 hours ago.
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Flag Ship Marine Has Been Around For A Long Time And There Quality And Craftmenship Is Second To None.
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They dont sell to end users though - need to be a dealer
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We Have Worked With Flagship For Many Years. Very Good People, Sell A Lot Of Engines, No Problems.
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Flagship Marine build engines for my father back in the mid/late 70's when they were located in Freeport Long Island. They were 454 cu in. turbo motors and about 600 hp each on very low boost with an intercooler and water injection for anti-detonation.... I was too young to remember but from what I hear it was pretty advanced for its time...

Someone told me they relocated down to Florida a long time back.
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They are a very solid operation. Easy to do business with and deliver on time. As mentioned above, they've been around for a very long time.

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I visited the Flagship marine shop in Punta Gorda back in 2004. Top notch operation. State of the art shop, and great people. Have heard nothing but good things about them, both here in SW Florida, and back in NJ.

If you need me to go there and check on something, I am only 20 minutes away

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I stopped in and baught some parts earlier this year. They never asked if I was a dealer. They stock alot of high performance stuff.
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