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Old 02-11-2012, 09:31 AM
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They will probably end up costing as much as a whipple setup.
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I like it. I wouldnt use those ugly flame arrestors though. Some simply K/N round filters would look alot better IMO. I dont have a 525 but if I did I would consider it.
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They will probably end up costing as much as a whipple setup.
I bet they are more expensive than Whipple by $1000+.
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I bet they are more expensive than Whipple by $1000+.
Be careful not to bet too much of your money haha, Thank for the comments and opinions as we know everyone has many styling idea's they would or could possibly change on their own applications. Turbocharging has been around for years we all know that heck almost every Automotive manufacture is making the switch themselves. Technology is the game changer electronic engine controls is what will breed the future. It took Mercury to show everyone the real possibilities and to create market acceptance. Keep in mind this is only the first offering for you to see there is SOOOOOO much coming down the pipe you can't even fathom.

We have made huge investments into the future of these products and while not for everyone. The ones that do follow will be amazingly happy the benefits are huge. Hey were big supporters of supercharging and we love the Whipple product. There is a place for everything. Just wait until you see what's coming...This is just the beginning...

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Be careful not to bet too much of your money haha, Thank for the comments and opinions as we know everyone has many styling idea's they would or could possibly change on their own applications. Turbocharging has been around for years we all know that heck almost every Automotive manufacture is making the switch themselves. Technology is the game changer electronic engine controls is what will breed the future. It took Mercury to show everyone the real possibilities and to create market acceptance. Keep in mind this is only the first offering for you to see there is SOOOOOO much coming down the pipe you can't even fathom.

We have made huge investments into the future of these products and while not for everyone. The ones that do follow will be amazingly happy the benefits are huge. Hey were big supporters of supercharging and we love the Whipple product. There is a place for everything. Just wait until you see what's coming...This is just the beginning...

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That is great! Nothing about boating is cheap & going fast is even more expensive.
Can't wait to hear the details.
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Nice work,.....Keeps pushing the market
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This has been needed for a while,No belts and fits under a standard hatch.
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Sweet! Are the turbos water cooled? How is the heat from those things delt with?
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details & pics please
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Be careful not to bet too much of your money haha, Thank for the comments and opinions as we know everyone has many styling idea's they would or could possibly change on their own applications. Turbocharging has been around for years we all know that heck almost every Automotive manufacture is making the switch themselves. Technology is the game changer electronic engine controls is what will breed the future. It took Mercury to show everyone the real possibilities and to create market acceptance. Keep in mind this is only the first offering for you to see there is SOOOOOO much coming down the pipe you can't even fathom.

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Thanks again for all of the support many of you provide us.
Interesting, and this is going to work with the stock camshaft on the 525 or is that part of the kit? 8 degree's more duration on the exhaust side would create an awful lot of back pressure in those stainless headers and make very little power without stupid amounts of boost.
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