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Old 03-29-2004, 03:15 PM
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Man....I thought 93 MPH was fast. I wonder about 112 MPH . Sweet boat Rick, I never get tired of it either.

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what kind of RPM's do you need to turn to make a Tunnel ram pay off??? they sure look COOL!!!!
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Like Dyno said. great speeds for no Blower, I wish I could have been out but I am in Ohio, it was 75 here last night at 5pm, now it is raining and 50 I am in a Hotel Internet area, I wonder what is restricted???? Good luck Jim, and for those who need help, Jim builds a great motor and it will hold together as long as you want it to Or until you decide to gernade it at 7000 rpms
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Mitch- how the survey go?
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Jim, Nice speeds you must have sent those heads
out to have them ported to achieve those speeds.
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Old 03-29-2004, 07:48 PM
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Sweet pic's

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"All motor... No boost" jim You the man
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Richie Zul 625's (557ci). Naturally aspirated.

The boat runs 92-93 all the time. In cold air and water it has seen 94-95, but that isn't consistent.
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