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Old 05-15-2004, 08:09 PM
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Just got them painted and cleared. There will also be a stainless breather hose that connects to the valve covers as well. This will be the standard on all motors to come out of the shop. Tell me what you guys think, thanks Jeff
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That should really dress up the engine compartment
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I think they rock, I would love to have the engines to accompany them as well

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Jeff looking good. It raining down there too Weather supose to be better tomarrow.
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Jeff, I was kind of thinking your boat needed a bit more color
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Jeff, I love the colour!

Any plans for a two-piece valve cover in the future? (pardon my ignorance if you already have one in your lineup)

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Dockrockers right, a little more paint brightens up that engine compartment We are here for you guys, from freshning up your existing motors, or to our warrantied engine programs, 500-1500HP. The weak link has now been taken care of, and that was the bravo style drives, besides fixing yours, we are manufacturing our own Titanium drives, which you will read about in Powerboat Mag next month. We are also getting a new manufacturer of drives in the shop to handle the 800 hp and up boats. Again we at TMP thank you guys for your support, sincerely Jeff Jassby.


Martini, keep up the good work, your products look great.

Strip, the weather here has been terrible, but the last two weekends from FRI-SUN, Sandy and I have been coaching basketball, only 2 more weekends, then we are done, thankyou then we can get back to boating.
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