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Old 04-19-2011, 03:10 PM
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Default Teague Custom Marine 1335/1365 Engines Earn CARB Certification

Interesting news, http://speedonthewater.com/component...-certification.

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Transmission rated to 2500ftlbs torque.
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Transmission rated to 2500ftlbs torque.
Yeah, that caught my attention, too. Yikes!
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Great articule Matt.... There's also a youtube vid of Bob Driving an F32 DCB w/ 1335s at 177mph... Thats a great engine pkg...!!!
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Transmission rated to 2500ftlbs torque.
I would have thought the Velvet Drive main shaft would shear long before that figure was achieved.............but I'm no transmission expert. Sounds like they have improved quite a bit.

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Transmission rated to 2500ftlbs torque.
16 clutches BIG Daddy somebody done did there homework
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CARB certification is a big, expensive and complicated deal. I believe the only other builders who have it are Mercury Racing and Ilmor.
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CARB certification is a big, expensive and complicated deal. I believe the only other builders who have it are Mercury Racing and Ilmor.


Thats an understatement!!!!!!


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What is the advantage to have two offerings over 1300hp only 30hp apart? Why would someone that can afford an engine like that try to save money with a single SC and single IC?

Is it offered for tight clearance applications?
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nice looking motor!
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