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Old 10-12-2010, 08:49 PM
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I've got two 632 inch dry sump 950's with Bam trannies and dry sixes. Gotta go . . . . . complete installations, still in boat.
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They are Merc supercat engines that had 8.1 pistons put in them and 5 liter wipples put on. They put out more that 1000HP. I would turn them down to 900 and run them on 93 octane and put a smaller cam in. They have 2 seasons on them and the Obergs are clean. They do not have a lot of low end torque but have a wide power band at the top. I would not put them in a big heavy v bottom. They would be awesome in a small cat like a 36 or 388 skater.
Did you change the crank? What esle was done to them?
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It is with 510 inches of motor. Whcih will also not last a season at that kind of RPM. Remember ours are built on 598ci platforms. They are overbuilt.....produce gobs off power everywhere in the rpm band and you dont have to wind them much past 5500 rpm to get there. Thats why you have 300 trouble free hours on your motors. If someone buys those motors...goes through them... you still have a jacked up combination of miss matched parts. You could buy mine and be boating for years to come.

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It just seemed like a lot of rpm's to run and a 5.0 and make that amount of hp, seemed like it should make more. 598ci must make a big difference.
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In a Camaro
Funny!! Even that might be pushing it. That would be screaming at 7600 rpm's
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They are Merc supercat engines that had 8.1 pistons put in them and 5 liter wipples put on. They put out more that 1000HP. I would turn them down to 900 and run them on 93 octane and put a smaller cam in. They have 2 seasons on them and the Obergs are clean. They do not have a lot of low end torque but have a wide power band at the top. I would not put them in a big heavy v bottom. They would be awesome in a small cat like a 36 or 388 skater.
Do you have the dyno sheets?
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I've got two 632 inch dry sump 950's with Bam trannies and dry sixes. Gotta go . . . . . complete installations, still in boat.
take the boat and all for 125000.00 33 elimanator call me for specs 419 473 2628....john
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Few cabin shots....all brand new. The rigging is unbelievable in this boat.
Yes it is. Who did all the rigging???
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Yes it is. Who did all the rigging???
RIGGER PLEASE!
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I have seen Thunderusone's engines run several times. They start and idle like a 500 EFI. They totally changed my outlook of big carb engines. They hit hard but start at the hit of the key.
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Did you change the crank? What esle was done to them?
Not sure. Probably just like what Mercury had. The only other visual thing is MSD Ignition. Richie could tell you more.
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