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Old 10-23-2003, 12:00 AM
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Pic #3 Custom built thermostatic oil system

isn't that an off the shelf keith eickert product?
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Old 10-23-2003, 12:39 AM
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This is similiar, except the KE is made to mount externally (in the boat somewhere) These have been modified to fit on the engine itself. This eliminates alot of plumbing, and keeps the engine oil system self contained.
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Jeff looking good .Big ci with lots of tq= speed.24 days to Orange Beach . You going to make it?

The Dart M block That has the 10.200 deck can go to a max of 4.625 and a max stroke of 4.750 . The 632 ci is a common combo. He has room to grow. I have seen some taller blocks11 something with more ci 700 plus.
Hell Ive seen a small block 500inch motor make 1000 hp but the bore was sq and prob didn't last long. prob a test mule.

After you get them broke in, lets put some 14-71,s on them 599,s and over drive them see what it will do


totalmp why did you go with the Pro 1 ?, would the big M 420 or The 360 been better with the ci. I have seen some good #s on the 360,s Reher-Morrison creates a Dart 360 head that has an intake flow of 425 cfm @ .800"I dont know the frigures in the lower lifts With a port volume of 370 cc should be some good velocity with enough volume for big ci or blowers
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Old 10-23-2003, 07:20 AM
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Hey Rob, I know its only 24 days till Orange Beach, NorTech is trying hard to get the boat finished, and Im trying hard to be extremely patient We justed the paint graphics. As to the motors and drives, I just wanted an over built motor and drive combo that would be reliable and last for the second owner, and also I didnt have to worry about break downs, we plan on going to at least 8 poker runs next year. To this point I am happy both with NorTech and Total Marine, and it should be a enjoyable next year, and if I keep Xcess Wetness longer than 1 year, a blower will be in her future.
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Jeff looking forward to seeing it at Orange Beach, I bet its tuff waiting. Be patient it will be well worth it .It sounds like your close. You said you already got it painted ,I like the colors you picked.Thats pretty fast. Got any picks of the paint yet. Most of the paint guys keep them 6-8 months I've heard.Whats the compression ratio ? I bet they have a deep tone being so big. It does sound like to be a very reliable engine combo . Good luck
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Yeah, yeah. Nice motors. the real issue is what's in the fridge in the background?? Inquiring minds want to know,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Jeff everything looks sweet. Good luck with your new boat.
I spoke with the new owner of your old boat they got it up to 97mph also blew a drive too!He seems to be pretty happy with it.
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Jeff, you sure do know how to build an awesome boat/motor/tow package. I will forgive you on your choice of tow vehicle.
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Rob, numbers with that package should be around 85 with fuel and some people, thats the goal and should be obtainable. No, its not even painted, just started on the graphics, Ill no more by the end of the day whats going on. Hope to see next month.
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Nice looking set-up Jassman. Hey Too Old you know if you put a couple motors painted that color in the Sutphen your gonna have to repaint the winch stand again
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