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Old 09-20-2007, 05:47 PM
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Have two Latham Transome pick-ups left two.

$195. each new, I'll take 95.00 each.

Had them repolished to.

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I have two...excellent condition. $325 pr delivered.

Hows the vac pump working for ya? Nice engine bay and I like the fuel rail
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Can i use a one of these strainers as a strainer for the intercooler of do i have to use one of the mini strainers or something differant
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Old 09-20-2007, 07:35 PM
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Can i use a one of these strainers as a strainer for the intercooler of do i have to use one of the mini strainers or something differant
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There's no reason you can't it's more a question of what you would like and fits your needs or space.

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I have all the space in the world and im straining a SuperChiller underneither a 10-71 BDS charger
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If anyone knows or has a couple laying around or even one is ok let me know thanks
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I have 2 - powdercoated blue - one needs a new plex top.

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Ok just making sure that any sea strainer would have worked for the chiller that was my only real concern about the strainers and room and mounting want a factor i have a pretty open spot in which i can mount them
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Strip,
Vacuum system is working great; everything stays oil free. This last winter we re-rigged the vacuum pump lines (much cleaner), switched to external wet sump oil pumps, MM sea strainers, changed to SS hard water lines, and re-rigged new fuel/water separators.
This winter Mike Riley (MRE Power Products) is going to be working with KE on a EFI system. We are planning to use Keith's intake, scoop and throttle body set-up; the plan includes the Axcel ignition/software. It will include crank trigger, IAC, TPS, etc. As my carbureted engines have all been run on KE's dyno set-up, it will be interesting to see if we make any additional power with EFI. For sure, the final package should be more user friendly around the docks and more fuel efficient....and heavy in the bling!
More bilge rigging with a high pressure fuel system, return lines. etc.
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Vacuum system is working great; everything stays oil free. This last winter we re-rigged the vacuum pump lines (much cleaner), switched to external wet sump oil pumps, MM sea strainers, changed to SS hard water lines, and re-rigged new fuel/water separators.
This winter Mike Riley (MRE Power Products) is going to be working with KE on a EFI system. We are planning to use Keith's intake, scoop and throttle body set-up; the plan includes the Axcel ignition/software. It will include crank trigger, IAC, TPS, etc. As my carbureted engines have all been run on KE's dyno set-up, it will be interesting to see if we make any additional power with EFI. For sure, the final package should be more user friendly around the docks and more fuel efficient....and heavy in the bling!
More bilge rigging with a high pressure fuel system, return lines. etc.
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Looks good$$$, What power did ya make?
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I have 1 Hardin Marine strainer supplying both innercoolers,seems to be working ok
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