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Old 01-08-2005, 03:08 PM
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So you are saying that if one were to purchase some engines, run them at 5700 for an hour or so in a poker run and a lifter comes apart, it is covered and warrantible failure? Everyone has been saying the lifters are good to 6000 or ? when things come apart it is like it's the first time. If we actually have hydraulics capable of 6300 for a sustained period I would say the solid roller market is going to take a hit. However, 1100 at 5300 is not bad!
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Old 01-08-2005, 04:09 PM
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Yes, lifter failure is covered under the warranty, but I can assure you that no one is going to be able to hold on to these for an hour in a poker run, because they'd be all by themselves at the end of the run. They would have traveled over 160 miles.

We could also just call them 1000's, and only spin them 4600.
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What do you have in the 540 or 572/598 single 3.3l whipple EFI?
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Old 01-08-2005, 06:20 PM
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We do a 557 c.i. single 3.3 that makes a very conservative 850HP @ 5400 RPM's.

We also offer a 598c.i. single 3.3 that does over 900HP at 5500 RPM very conservatively also.

Both come with all the amenities and custom accessories of the larger versions for a very reasonable price compared to Mercury and other builders.
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why wouldn't you just go with a mechanical rather than a hydraulic setup?
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Old 01-08-2005, 06:41 PM
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Our customers want to spend their time riding, not setting valves. The maintenance is higher for mechanical. We were trying to develop a very low maintenance High HP engine. The hydraulic lifters work great, we've never had a problem.

We will be introducing a solid roller version very soon that will be 1600+HP
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That's what I figured. Thanks
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That 43 Nor-tech with those numbers would be the ultimate machine in my opinion.

What about a n/a 580+ inch motor? I would be very interested in that.
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Could you pm me an eastimate on the price of two Quad rotor set-ups for 598's with brodix heads. I need from intake up including the moac(sorry about spelling) intercooler. You may also want to give me a price on going through my motors.I am going to order a set this week because I talked to Dustin yesterday and he said he was out but would have more in a week or two. Thanks in advance.
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That 43 Nor-tech with those numbers would be the ultimate machine in my opinion.

What about a n/a 580+ inch motor? I would be very interested in that.
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Summer, I couldnt agree with you more Jeff
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