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Old 02-19-2012, 10:38 PM
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I did overhear Mike talking about the other engines that are going in it. I thought I heard that they were in the 1600-1700 hp area. I may be wrong and they may be 1800 like you mentioned. I'm obviously not sure
I do know that it is getting some considerably larger engines. I also know that the boat and workmanship is beyond words and description.
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Hey Ray, Scott told me today that it starts at $11,995, including the exhaust. Very affordable in my opinion...
http://speedonthewater.com/in-the-ne...-in-miami.html
Wow, $1696 more than our system, over 25 less hp and very little chance of fitting in a staggered engine application? Gotta love HP ratings before even running a system on the dyno to know what it actually makes.
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We didn't talk exact price yet since they don't even know for sure just yet. I was led to believe that it would be less than that 12K number. I was under the impression that it would come in at or below the cost of a comparable Whipple kit. That would make it a little less than 12K. Obviously, Whipple would be their main competition for the 525.
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Wow, $1696 more than our system, over 25 less hp and very little chance of fitting in a staggered engine application? Gotta love HP ratings before even running a system on the dyno to know what it actually makes.



Its about time..A little competition will be good for you.


BTW. nice looking motors as usual Eddie.
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The paint work was amazing. There is both matte and gloosy finishes on both the deck and hull sides. The top sides of the cockpit have the carbon showing, as do the darker spots you see on the hull sides. That is the actual carbon fiber of the hull showing. Absolutely gorgeous.
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Dustin, this is 1800hp on E85 with the big engines right?
I think that is what Outerlimits said.

I didn't want to make them more HP than they actually were.

Not that 1700hp is much less...LOL
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How is your SV43 coming along. Is it in paint yet.
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Dustin, this is 1800hp on E85 with the big engines right?
I think that is what Outerlimits said.

I didn't want to make them more HP than they actually were.

Not that 1700hp is much less...LOL
Well technically they were being refered to as 1750's but they certainly could and did make far more than that. They were E85, they are now setup for 116 octane. The customer is from Canada and E85 is harder to come by there, not to mention its very corrisve so its tougher to store. Needless to say, they had to be detuned for the 116 vs E85 so they are now at a conservative 1650hp. It should be at Desert Storm with the new engines.
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How is your SV43 coming along. Is it in paint yet.
OL was waiting for me to get the paint how I wanted it, so now its in paint. It will take a little bit, as I have a lot of pearls going in the paint, but should be awesome. Doing a few custom things here and there which may take a bit to do, but should be worth it.
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Well technically they were being refered to as 1750's but they certainly could and did make far more than that. They were E85, they are now setup for 116 octane. The customer is from Canada and E85 is harder to come by there, not to mention its very corrisve so its tougher to store. Needless to say, they had to be detuned for the 116 vs E85 so they are now at a conservative 1650hp. It should be at Desert Storm with the new engines.
Thank you! Looking forward to seeing out there.

Good luck on your new Hot Rod also.
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