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Old 07-19-2004, 06:47 PM
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leaking headers...what should I expect?
Don't forget if you break a #5 prop, and have to replace it it can be VERY expensive!

Leaking headers = New headers + new engines if they leak out,they leak in

Been there done that, it all = $$$

If one goes the other will be right behind it.

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Old 07-19-2004, 06:52 PM
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I know where a 93 38 TG, twin 454 420hp trs drives k-planes, 225hrs, trailer

Great condition he is askin 99k but he just wants to get rid of it now.
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Ironman,

with what I've been seeing in the market, that is too much money for that setup, but thanks
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with what I've been seeing in the market, that is too much money for that setup, but thanks
That all depends..if it is clean and doesn't need a lot of work that is a good price. Think about what it cost to redo interiors, gelcoat, paint wiring, gauges, dashes, head, freshen power, carpet, add hydraulic steering. You priced anything from Cig lately?

I'd let my 93 go for $120 with the trailer with 525scs and it doesn't need a thing. Lip-ship Kevlar boat.
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I wish I could help with a price, but I can't. Sounds like a nice package. My boat is similarly equipped. I can't say enough for a boat that size, with that power having Speedmasters. Keeping anything else other than Arneson's in one piece is almost impossible. Maybe $5000 for two sets of headers but need to understand severity of "leaks". Just my $.02.--Lou
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Hey Frank,
Why don't you just wait a few months and buy mine. I'm gonna get a new Gladiator no later than Dec.
I think you know the specs, if not let me know.

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I expect you`ll need new engines.
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a new header gasket.
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Donz what motors and who built them will have alot to do with the price also when was the last time the drive train was gone thru and by who would affect price. Big power with speedmasters is a great set-up, I have owned a couple of boats like that, my buddy put bigger power in his bravo boat and has lost drives and weekends 5 out of the last 6.
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