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Old 10-19-2004, 05:47 PM
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..yup..you'd definitely fit in with our crowd !!
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I make this really cool flaming coffee drink, can I come
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Old 10-20-2004, 11:01 AM
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Wes, did the previous owner tell you how many hours he was getting between rebuilds? We're building a set of 800's for the 36' so just curious.
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Wes, did the previous owner tell you how many hours he was getting between rebuilds? We're building a set of 800's for the 36' so just curious.

Frank -

No he didn't..the motors have very low hours on them since first rebuilt so there's not enough history there yet.

I have friends who have seen 100-150 hours out of motors like this and others who have seen less than 60.
I guess a lot depends on maintenance and style of running.
I usually change oil / filters every 10 - 15 hours as I'm sure you do , hopefully maxing out the engine life.

Post some pics of those bad boys when they're done !!
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Boy I thought I had issues,good luck with the 41,I am now the proud owner of 3 boats,34 express,36 baja,29 kryptonite.And all for sale! Somethings got to go I need more property.
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Hey Wes , Were are you going to keep the boat? . I know of a hydro hoist that would hold that boat , and if you act early you could probably get a spot in the marina I keep my boat. Tom
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Frank -

No he didn't..the motors have very low hours on them since first rebuilt so there's not enough history there yet.

I have friends who have seen 100-150 hours out of motors like this and others who have seen less than 60.
I guess a lot depends on maintenance and style of running.
I usually change oil / filters every 10 - 15 hours as I'm sure you do , hopefully maxing out the engine life.

Post some pics of those bad boys when they're done !!
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I think you'll get way more than 100-150 hrs, depending how you run them. If you run WOT than that's a different story but, at cruise 3200-3500 you shouldn't be building any boost. I guess we'll both have to see.....

I'll definetely post some pics at different stages of the project. Look forward to meeting you at the NJPPC run, or in NYC etc...

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Yea Wes, where is home port?
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Yea Wes, where is home port?
Currently run out of Hampton Bays with Sean and others...

Next year I'm not 100% sure but definitely eastern L.I.
Where are you ?
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