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Old 04-14-2002, 11:43 PM
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Fred 25p mirage 3 blade 5600 rpm with old motors.Will need to bring it down a bit.
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Great numbers guys!! Sounds like another great Double D buildup. SuperV, you must be pumped!!
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Over the years I've had very good luck with the Federal Mogul parts and they are very reasonably priced. Dyno and SuperV, as well as Waterfoul and BGIII can attest to that. I think BGIII spent $440 for hypereutectic pistons, cam, lifters, timing chain, rod, main, and cam bearings, rings, gaskets, 2.25 intake valves, 1.88 exhaust valves, and brass core plugs. Federal Mogul also offers the 3/4 grooved hardened bearing sets for severe duty.
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Similar specs to my 454 - bottom end is almost identical. I am running a milder cam - Comp Cams 236/226 .550/.540 I think. Was there any work done to the heads, or are they box-stock? Can that cam profile be run in combo with silent choice without reversion concerns? Might be looking for a set of Merlin ovals down the road a bit.
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Dyno,
If you don't mind my asking what kinda $$$
Did you have into it redoing it.

Last night I was talking with a friend that has some tired 330's in a 32' AERO.

He would like new engines, I recommended rebuilding what he has instead of buying all new componets.

Anyways I said I would try to help him if I can with his project. So I'm trying to keep it lean on the dollar side for him as well. If you can say that in the boating world.

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Cougar man the entire package depends on what parts he has now.... I started with stock 330's rebuild the bottom end was around $500 in parts plus machining I dont remember exactly the ammount but I think with the bore it was $700 give or take. The heads Merlin ovals are around $1100 a set ,Rpm intake is $175 if you need a 800 holley you can find them on the board used I bought one on Ebay for $200 I put on MSD ignitions but you can get by with stock...The dyno pulls were done with tubular headers a set of Lightnings are about $1500. Thats a little under $4000. per motor with new exhaust.....You can get buy a little cheaper on exhaust if you buy Emi. manifolds around $1000. but you lose around 30hp....let us know if you need anything else..
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Budman I run mine through Silent Coice no problems to date....and SuperV's heads were pocket ported but not very much.....
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The cam you describe is very similar to the cam Waterfoul and BGIII are going to run, Fed Mog #CS1139R, 224/[email protected], .527/.553. Desktop Dyno projects 421 hp @5000, 486 [email protected] with 8.6:1 comp. ratio. At 9.5:1 c/r the numbers jump to [email protected] 5000, 505 [email protected] These numbers should be on the conservative side depending on your cylinder heads. A word to the wise though. The parts aren't the costly end of a job like this. The machine work is the expensive part. And the guy HAS to be good at what he does. Team Chaos has found a couple of machine shops that really take pride in their work.
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Dyno,

Just curious about your silent choice setup. Are you running the lightnings into it? I'd like to see a shot of your setup if you have one sometime.

I thought Waterfoul was running the larger cam, like in Dyno's boat. Is he switching back to the milder one? BTW, I got the exhaust and intake numbers transposed for that cam, if you didn't already figure that out.

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Very sorry to hear about your friend's loss. Condolences to him and his family.
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Waterfoul had the CS1140 cam last year but we decided to use the slightly smaller CS1139 this year to provide more low and midrange torque. His c/r is a point lower than Dyno and SuperV so this cam should offset the c/r difference.
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