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Old 03-20-2004, 09:46 PM
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Pfaff has some nice 700Hp naturally aspirated engines...they look tough...built for the long haul I hear....do we go Pfaff or Sterling?
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http://www.powerpro2000.com/

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Old 03-20-2004, 10:51 PM
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what is the cost on this engine ?
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= money I'd go Sterling but then again I'm in Michigan...
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Yep, lots of guys putting together solid power, but I'd have to go with the local shop.
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Dude the motor picture is not naturally asperated its injected wich adds about $2500 to the cost of a carbed motor....
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the cost of injection would kill the project for me but then again I'm a tight a$$....
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It seems like the only cost effiecient way to do this is build'em yourself. But then again that only works for a handful of guys.
A majority of the so called "marine" engine builders are way too expensive in their pricing. And after seeing 1st hand how terribly incorrect alot of these engines are being assembled, by some of the very well known eng builders, makes me VERY leary of most of them.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not sayin they're all bad, but I've seen stuff assembled by prominent engine builders that just made me sick. And these people paid TOP $$$ for the garbage they received. It's really a shame.
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I've heard alot of great things about Ron Munson.
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