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Old 02-20-2008, 11:59 PM
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I've been at the Miami Boat show until today. The Website repairs are next on my list. Some of you guys might wait to order Raylar kits until late March or April. Just to let you know thats a problem every year. We get slammed for orders in March, April and even into May. If you're thinking about it, do it now and avoid our back order time of the year. We came away from the Miami Show with a lot of kit orders for Europe and Florida that will most likely use up our current inventory. We are building the kits as fast we we can, but we always get behind in spring with demand.
If you want them for this season, order now so you don't get a lete start as the dealers and shops get behind every year at that time too.

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Old 02-22-2008, 06:50 AM
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Bob Lloyd of Full Throttle Marine installed mine back in 06 Approx 145 meter Hours ago....I have had Absolutly no problems with mine at all...I gained an honest 10 Mile Per hour...We also did the Driver Spacer (1 Inch) and also put on the Lightning headers....I think I am the one that Bob is talking about running hard all the time .....Yeah maybe just a little

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Old 02-22-2008, 06:58 AM
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I've done several Raylar kits and they work great. I've dyno'd them and they make the power claimed. One customer has a couple of hundred hours on his package and it gets run very hard. No trouble at all.

What it will do to the boat value? That's a tough question. It won't raise it to equal a 525 Merc engine. It will probably increase the value some, but it could also narrow the resale market. As with anything in boating, you don't do it for an investment.
So your saying I run my Boat Hard ...
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