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Old 01-12-2004, 07:32 AM
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what about the trs drives? wouldn't there be water left in those that would have cracked something?
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Old 01-12-2004, 07:53 AM
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what about the trs drives? wouldn't there be water left in those that would have cracked something?
that's the good thing about trs drives, no water. they are all drive oil. on trs and speedey drives the motors use a seperate water pickup to supply water to the engines and no water through the drives at all. my .01
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Talked with Steve the Owner this am. The marina where the boat ihas been stored NEVER winterized the engines!! Both engine blocks are cracked in the identical spot $20 K will take it away as is
What marina Bob?
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looked at the ad , those are most likely 420 hp motors, if so , it is a LS6 block ,steel crank, dimple rods and 9-1 flat top pistons. 2 new blocks ,gaskets, 5g's plus the labor , i go with impulsive 15 g's. you would also want to pull the tailstock and check the bearing there, if a bellow leaked that bearing is toast. look at the gimble ring at the top where there is the 2 bolts and see if there is a crack in the middle those will set you back 700 a piece other than that , going by pics , i'd say it is a clean boat. also , it does have dry pipes so i belive a freshing of the heads would be in order to be safe , but i dought it had water reversion issues. good luck. eric.........
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Old 01-12-2004, 09:33 AM
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That sucks about the Marina.
Sounds like they should be looking for a couple of Long
Blocks to me.
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Hey Otis, can you see if there are any pics of the cabin?
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Old 01-12-2004, 10:09 PM
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No cabin to speak of, Just carpet

As far as the $20-25k goes It is alot of boat in real nice shape for the price $15k is a low for a value(imo) After all it is still a Cig !!
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