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axelkloehn
10-09-2010, 05:21 PM
somebody here selling this interesting piece:

http://cgi.ebay.de/7-4-L-V8-High-Performance-Motor-/300476519995?pt=Bootsteile_Zubeh%C3%B6r&hash=item45f5cbd63b

good looking-quiet interesting, or? Price seems ok...

gcarter
10-09-2010, 06:40 PM
Here's what the ad says;




Pay at our other offers eBay!




The company Navy Star GmbH & Co KG offers:
Article:
454 Big Block High Performance Engine!
This engine is in my shop even put together and built.
Some data about the engine:
454 Big Block, 10:1 compressed, Aluköpfe, crossover system, Dana exhaust collector with knees.
Mechaniche camshaft, steel crankshaft, connecting rod race, high volume oil pump, etc.
The engine was built to a final speed of 6500 RPM.
With almost 600 horsepower, this not for the faint hearted!
Only bid on this engine if you are sure that your boat can withstand this force, too!


Note:
Use our workshop service!
We perform all work on their boat in our boat dealer.
Note:
We offer many places for boats on our premises.
Our site is 6.500m2 fenced and guarded with personnel and dogs.Liability insurance for each boat included.
For summer and winter camps for a very reasonable price.Parking on the premises. Give us a call, I'll give you information.
You can access our site repair and maintain their boat.




From Navy Star GmbH & Co KG




D - 56566 Neuwied - block
Industrial district sea Heck
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MOP
10-09-2010, 07:35 PM
Gee George I could dig out and brush off my UniSync!

axelkloehn
10-10-2010, 04:39 AM
thanks for the translation, George- which tool are you using?

gcarter
10-10-2010, 07:11 AM
Google tool bar has a world translator.

Axel, this engine is very interesting, but it's cammed for 6500 RPM and that would have to change.
Then there's the big Weber downdraft carbs........
They can be, and usually are, a nightmare! :nilly:
They are well beyond the ability of all but a few to tune.
Even if you had the hundreds of parts required;
the idle jets, the intermediate jets, the main jets, the emulsifier tubes, and all the venturi sleeves, they still require a tremendous amount of experience to tune.
I know that you're just sharing the info, but I wouldn't touch this w/o a cam change and a Holley 800.
I really like the exhaust and it looks just stunning! :yes:

axelkloehn
10-10-2010, 01:57 PM
yes George, I just found this thing interesting. The carb layout is nothing to go for, how are you gonna sync them? No way...

I tested a 23" Mirage today and hit 63 mph in rough water with 4400 rpm, I can't catch up with the blue boat anyway :wink::wink::wink: