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Old 09-30-2020, 01:46 PM
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Hey guys my 350 mag (carb) wasn’t to happy this weekend when pulling up to the dock at end of the day. I been looking into long block options and would like to find something in my area (mass/RI) . I found a place Scott’s in Warwick that sells new quicksilver replacements (what’s in boat now) . Anyone have any experience there or have any good feedback with other places?
I like the no core charge on the new replacement. I’ll probably freshen mine up if machine shop gave me the green light anyway, which if not I wouldn’t have a core to begin with and probably bury it in the backyard lol.

i know my little 20ft formula isn’t considered an offshore boat but this sight seems to have a lot of insight and a lot of do it yourselfer’s with experience

thanks for any input
keith
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Old 02-14-2021, 04:30 PM
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Hey guys my 350 mag (carb) wasn’t to happy this weekend when pulling up to the dock at end of the day. I been looking into long block options and would like to find something in my area (mass/RI) . I found a place Scott’s in Warwick that sells new quicksilver replacements (what’s in boat now) . Anyone have any experience there or have any good feedback with other places?
I like the no core charge on the new replacement. I’ll probably freshen mine up if machine shop gave me the green light anyway, which if not I wouldn’t have a core to begin with and probably bury it in the backyard lol.

i know my little 20ft formula isn’t considered an offshore boat but this sight seems to have a lot of insight and a lot of do it yourselfer’s with experience

thanks for any input
keith
https://www.1800runsnew.com/
try this place, buy only new. they are a great company, I have bought probably 20 + new engines from them in the last 20 years. New equals =no problems. Do not buy the remans. Nothin but headaches, from any shop in my experience, probably 1/2 ended up with problems.
good luck, and thats a great boat you have there.
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