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Old 01-06-2009, 02:06 PM
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thats the scorpion 400

there is also a 383 350 hp reman

and 357 reman

and they take ur trades!!!

look on ebay for the sellers
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357 is 4300
383 is 5000+
400 is $$$$$$$$$$
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Whipple! and oil cooler..
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JRZ... are those on a 350 MAG? If so, what are they, and where did ya get them...thanks
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Whipple! and oil cooler..
that looks like a great way to go! What was your increase with the Whipple's, stock exhaust?
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that looks like a great way to go! What was your increase with the Whipple's, stock exhaust?
It's the only way to go!! I can't remember exactly but I think that one picked up 12-13mph, stock exhaust and under 5lbs boost. There was a thread on it in the prop section but I deleted it by mistake and don't know how to retrieve it. I've done a few others and they all work great! Boost is your friend
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Could you tell me how much each package cost ya...w/ the oil cooler? It does look nice and clean, and wow 12-13 mph, huh...NICE!!!

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Contact Kirk at Elite Marine for the best prices. (708)989-6017 He'll hook you up!

Whipples, coolers, new props, full service on both engines, boost gauges etc. around 18-19k installed out the door. It might seem like a lot up front but there is no bigger power for dollar upgrade you can do. The whipple kits are complete right down to hose clamps and silicone sealant. And if you do it all yourself it'll be cheaper. It's not much more difficult then swapping an intake..
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Hey guys , Nick from Nuwave here. I just saw that you all were looking into some of our engines. we stock the 357, 383 and the Scorpion please feel free to call with any questions, I would be glad to help you out. 856 232 6969.

Thanks for the bump Dreamer!
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