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Old 09-28-2008, 02:23 PM
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Old 09-28-2008, 05:13 PM
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Dave, great menu of accessories. I had a set of CMI mufflers and the springs tend to stretch then the mufflers clank and open too soon. I got Gibson Bullets and like them much better. No moving parts and I saw no performance change.

Regardless, this will be a wonderful setup. Quent
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Old 09-28-2008, 07:15 PM
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Dave, great menu of accessories. I had a set of CMI mufflers and the springs tend to stretch then the mufflers clank and open too soon. I got Gibson Bullets and like them much better. No moving parts and I saw no performance change.

Regardless, this will be a wonderful setup. Quent

Thanks- originally I was going with imco gatlins and the camires took me back to CMI's because of gatlin customizations issues.

Apparently there has been a design change but Ill inquire early next week as to the details and may change out again based on your mail.

A rumor is you may be looking for a larger setup???????

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That thing looks Sic! Keep the build pics coming.
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Old 10-05-2008, 07:35 AM
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Don't forget sun glasses for you passengers, with all that bling their going to need them Damn that blue is stunning. Very nice!
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Originally Posted by Uncle Dave View Post
Thanks- originally I was going with imco gatlins and the camires took me back to CMI's because of gatlin customizations issues.

Apparently there has been a design change but Ill inquire early next week as to the details and may change out again based on your mail.

A rumor is you may be looking for a larger setup???????

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The Teague switchable mufflers are always good too. I've had mine for almost 8 years and haven't had a problem. I like them because when you're running, you can still have the full muscle sound, but quiet it down when you need to.

BTW The boat looks amazing. Keep posting pics!
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The Teague switchable mufflers are always good too. I've had mine for almost 8 years and haven't had a problem. I like them because when you're running, you can still have the full muscle sound, but quiet it down when you need to.

BTW The boat looks amazing. Keep posting pics!
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Will do!

Thank for the compliments guys!

T-44 - I was trying to stay away from a switched mechanism, but the guys that have the Teagues seem to like them pretty well.Im also a fan of Teague stuff in general.

I'll take a closer look. I Haven't gotten any firm info on anything yet.

It makes me wonder how a 700hp 505cubic inch v10 sounds through an open muffler at 6300RPM?



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Don't forget sun glasses for you passengers, with all that bling their going to need them Damn that blue is stunning. Very nice!
Funny & thanks!

I Missed my own thread for a couple of days- Thanks VV that blue is the same as Lavey used in the 39EVO, and the graphic layout was inspired by Quent. (dig into his threads & check out his wicked 710 -24) I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out.

Jeff is an awesome artist, and can do upside down and backwards what other people can barely do, and if you need to do it in paint- it's he or Ron Camire, so the results are always extraordinary.

Im fretting about the layout on the dashboard......HELP GUYS!

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You want your GPS front and center on the dash. Everything else goes around it.
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You want your GPS front and center on the dash. Everything else goes around it.
Thanks FW- That part Ive got figured out.

The tough part thats worrying me - is that this particular dash will be custom molded to fit this GPS unit.

The issue Im concerned about is where to put (and which gauges to use) the gauges in the space left over which until the dash is actually in- I wont know waht my spacing will be like.
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cant use the killer monster gauges now not enough room left-
should I used the combined 4 in ones?
go smaller seperates-
I wont really be able to tell until the dash is in place.

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