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Old 02-17-2003, 06:16 PM
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Standard setup just uses a Bam Cyborg (FNR). Guess you could stick a Turbo400 on it or maybe one of those Allison bus transmissions if you wanted.
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Yeah...for $44K i would buy a set of old #6's and have them rebuilt.
Last July we spent $26K on a set of Imco boxes, steering assy., and the full-tilt SC drives...
Installed with the gimbles rebuilt/painted and some new large K planes cut to fit the turning angle...
I felt bad when I saw this new setup in HotBoat, but after talking to them about the $22K per unit.......I felt a little better.
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Old 02-17-2003, 06:40 PM
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I saw the article too,
they never explained how
l/h rotation is going to be
achieved,
are they going to have a
different lower unit ,with
the drive gear behind the pinion,
or are they going to run the
verticle drive shaft up thru the
bottom gear, and connect it to the
top gear
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My guess would be top gear.
In fact, if the driven gear had a splined insert that you could swap from top to bottom gear, then that would be cool.

Doesn't matter though, cause the pricing makes it a non-option anyhow. For those dollars, a Bmax is looking better all the time.
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Fred did say they are tinkering with a multi-speed transmission, but this may/may not ever hit the market.
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So everyone could see what we are talking about...
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The Pulse Drives are 22K for both, this includes Tranny's, Drives and Props
 
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I think they call it the 4x4 drive. 22K? Wow!!
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