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Old 05-26-2011, 09:14 AM
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I think you need long tube headers for full potential with this n/a package.
I am not sure long tube headers are required. The dyno results shown are with CMI sport tubes. Also, Keith, which posted earlier in this thread did the same this year, Raylar HO 600, and is running Dana's with no issues.

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change to a different style tail pipe to keep my Q&Q.

added several thousand $ to the re-power cost.....
With the added HP, 660 HP, the Corsa Q&Q is highly discouraged and not recommended at all. It has to be removed and stright pipe run thru the transom. Also there was no issues with the new headers and transom holes lining with the old.....no additional costs to fix .

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Old 05-26-2011, 09:54 AM
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If you have the choice, run longer risers. It is still a a pretty lopey cam. It doesnt even cost more to do the long risers with Dana exhaust - if it did it was only like $75 more.
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I am not sure long tube headers are required. The dyno results shown are with CMI sport tubes. Also, Keith, which posted earlier in this thread did the same this year, Raylar HO 600, and is running Dana's with no issues.



With the added HP, 660 HP, the Corsa Q&Q is highly discouraged and not recommended at all. It has to be removed and stright pipe run thru the transom. Also there was no issues with the new headers and transom holes lining with the old.....no additional costs to fix .
Sport Tubes ARE long tube headers! I only use the Quiet mode at idle like in a marina or talking to someone. It also helps prevent any water that might get past the flappers from entering the engine because any water that gets in there drops down the Y pipe. I was going to give it up but my mechanic, Brian, said he can save it and I needed new tails anyway, so...
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Sport Tubes ARE long tube headers! I only use the Quiet mode at idle like in a marina or talking to someone. It also helps prevent any water that might get past the flappers from entering the engine because any water that gets in there drops down the Y pipe. I was going to give it up but my mechanic, Brian, said he can save it and I needed new tails anyway, so...
I have been told I would have to get rid of my quick an quiet... so you didn't??? would be a lot nicer to keep them and my "big gun" tail pipes along with not haveing to move them, that would mean I just need headers...and 30-35k for work!

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I have been told I would have to get rid of my quick an quiet... so you didn't???
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I only use the Quiet mode at idle like in a marina or talking to someone.
That is the only time I wanted to use mine also but still was NOT recommended, seems to be a higher proability of reversion during these times with an aggressive cam. I am sure you are fine with just the stock 525....not sure the exact details of why Ray may be able to help out with this. But with more horespower and trying to force the exhaust thru a 2" outlet at bottom of y-pipe was not good.
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I have been told I would have to get rid of my quick an quiet... so you didn't??? would be a lot nicer to keep them and my "big gun" tail pipes along with not haveing to move them, that would mean I just need headers...and 30-35k for work!
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That is the only time I wanted to use mine also but still was NOT recommended, seems to be a higher proability of reversion during these times with an aggressive cam. I am sure you are fine with just the stock 525....not sure the exact details of why Ray may be able to help out with this. But with more horespower and trying to force the exhaust thru a 2" outlet at bottom of y-pipe was not good.
I was able to keep it using these longer Z shaped tails. The 525 service manual says that quiet mode can be used up to 2,500 rpm. I only use it at idle to be safe.
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[QUOTE=LAriverratt;3413299]I would have to start something like this late fall and have it back together way before now. there are a couple good shops close to me that I would trust but I've never used them personally so I'm not sure how they are time wise. Our boating season here is long and I would hate to be without the boat for very long plus the tickfaw 200 is the first weekend of may and I sure wouldn't want to miss that one!!


LA – I disagree… You need to start this project NOW! That way you can figure out everything in regards to the set up, props, etc and I can start planning for winter knowing what to expect.
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I would have to start something like this late fall and have it back together way before now. there are a couple good shops close to me that I would trust but I've never used them personally so I'm not sure how they are time wise. Our boating season here is long and I would hate to be without the boat for very long plus the tickfaw 200 is the first weekend of may and I sure wouldn't want to miss that one!!


LA – I disagree… You need to start this project NOW! That way you can figure out everything in regards to the set up, props, etc and I can start planning for winter knowing what to expect.
well I wish I could start now but I need to put a few more hours on my stock set up!!
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I am not exactly sure what header set Tyler used on this dyno test, but I know Wayne had a set of CMI Sporttubes to use on this engine.
Other customers have achieved slightly lower values (640-650HP) with E-Top dyno headers.

As for total cost you are correct that that approximate $15K cost does not include exhaust.

When Raylar does this engine upgrade on a customers Merc 496, we have a 1 year warranty on engine for recreational use only. I am not sure what Tylers warranty is possibly Tyler or Wayne will offer that information.

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Give up the goods on that SRC800 motor you show on your website...
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The Raylar HO 600's are good engines so far in my boat.

Here they are running a short stretch in Palm Beach

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsHFQORlfLU
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