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Indyblackhawk
12-19-2012, 07:18 PM
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duckhunter
12-19-2012, 08:08 PM
Saw the other thread about your dash layout. You have one of the coolest winter projects going EVER. What power are you replacing? How about some performance numbers - before and after projections?

That thing is going to be sick.

Indyblackhawk
12-19-2012, 11:06 PM
Thanks! Just had motors rebuilt by Cobra Power in Miami. Headers were bad and leaked into all 3 engines, ruining them. They are rebuilt and painted red now. Boat ran 120mph. Motors dynoed just under 750 each but it's not going to be any faster bc of props. Boat is at Doug Valentines shop in Sarasota getting re rigged. Had planned on having him do a lot of projects on the boat but he is taking far too long. Aside from the motors and dash soon other things we have done or will be doing soon are drives rebuilt and painted red (done), all new upholstery (done) cockpit LED lighting (done), custom engine hatch with LED illuminated ZR on mirror, LED lighting, and LED utility lights (in progress), stereo wired up and tuned (12 7.7" JL Audio speakers, 12 tweeters, 4 10" JL subs, 2 900/5 JL amps and 1 600/4 amp (done), 5 Donzi Battery boxes from donzi direct, Italian leather donzi steering wheel, swim platform and anchor locker painted with spray on bed liner product, new throttle/ shift cables, all new hoses, LED underwater lights (2 Shadowcaster 4s and 2 10s), and I'm sure other stuff I'm leaving off. As soon as Doug gets done rigging engines and engine hatch, we can finish the rest in between fun runs. Here's a link to pictures of the on going projects on the boat. We are currently in the middle of re doing a bunch of similar items on Our Formula 382 as well

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10100684027315778.2602196.20700255&type=1&l=c28b800bc9

Indyblackhawk
12-19-2012, 11:08 PM
Here's some videos on my youtube channel of the boat

http://www.youtube.com/user/KMT15?feature=mhee

RockyS18
12-25-2012, 06:13 PM
Awesome boat- that's one kickass stereo system! How's it sound?