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Old 08-21-2002, 09:39 AM
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JD, Dart Pro 1 Alum heads, I am not sure if there is any special name for them. Hey I spoke to a guy yesterday that had a 621ci blower motor from Beck that has 1068hp at 5900rpm he has it in a 2002 28ft daytona open bow, has 40 hrs on it so far this year and no problems. running in the 110+, hey cord this guy is putting a 2deg ext box on his daytona along with his Imco SC.
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I'm guessing the 345 Pro 1's for heads. It looks like BRE uses quality parts in their builds. With a 1 year warrenty I don't see how you can go wrong giving them a shot. I just don't think they will get 850hp with smaller heads, and a hydralic roller cam with a lot less lift. I would expect closer to 800hp, remember dyno headers can have a huge impact and timing can be higher for "short" dyno pulls. All that aside, it looks like a good program for the money and power.
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Didn't have time to read all these reply's.
But if nobody has already said it, Beck racing
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August issue of PowerBoat.

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Jd, we can probably end this thread but even though Beck has a good warranty since I live in the east coast it will still be pain to get thing fixed if there is a problem so I am continuing my search, Its amazing most all the builders are pushing the blower thing but I found a guy in NJ Kurts Marine who is a big fan of NA and has done 100's of big inchers so we will see, I will forward if you want his component list, he didn't think a problem with 850hp. The cool deal here is if it doesn't make the HP I don't pay any money.
Thanks all for the feedback, anything on Kurts Marine out of NJ would be great.
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