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Old 12-10-2002, 07:46 PM
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Has anyone else read the article in the new Power Boat Mag? There will be a new kid on the block at the Miami boat show. Millennium Motors will be displaying their new 1000 to 2000 hp engines. Beautiful engines and new technology with 2 x the warranty for custom engines. Overhead cams , 11 1/4 deck heights on a 540 block. Great article and the motors may change the way engines are built for the marine industry.
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no ****??? this soudns pretty interesting!!!
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hmmm........
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19' Baja

guess i wont do that, i would need a new drive then and thats to costly.
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i think a bravo could handle that much for at least 5 or 6 seconds, at idle.
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I got an alpha, so do you think maybe 3 sec at idle?
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I believe the article said the 2000 hp version was in a drag race car. I don't think a marine application would last very long even with the required race gas.
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aaaw, so i will have to settle with only 1000hp on the 19 baja with alpha?
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2000HP was a reliable marine engine version. The dragster version made a little more HP.......like 6000HP! Holy Crap!
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The shocking thing here is not the horsepower, it's the spelling.

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"i think a bravo could handle that much for at least 5 or 6 seconds, at idle."

Something's wrong, I've read over this many times, and I can't find any misspellings.....WTF, you've been pulling our leg all this time!


 
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MIND TAKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


as for eth alpha, just put a drive shower on it and you'll be fine!!!
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