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    thats a pretty heavy duty kill switch cord..
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    Here's my work in progress......

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post
    Here's a pic of mine. Takes a while to spool up, but hits pretty hard once it does.

    you should go with a marine Rodant



    at first i couldn't decide between the big block or the small block


    or maybe going with twins


    I got a really good deal on the small block


    I super charged it

    It dropped right in

    now it a real sleeper

    and good on fuel


    oh I also had to get a sea strainer because it kept sucking up weeds


    best of all chicks love it
    machinist ,bore it deeper,ream it bigger, and lap it to a fine finish



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    As June Cleaver use to say, "You sure were hard on the Beaver last night Ward..".....

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    Hats off to Jerry @ Stainless Marine!!!!!!!!

    Nice job!!!!!!!

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    Who's engine is that?

    Congrats. Run it yet?

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    What size of engine.Looks great.

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    I know right Bob!!!! well we ran it Wed. on Lake Seminole and got 71. Gonna play with some props my boy has hidden in his stash but it ran PURRRRRRFECT!!!!

    Man does Stainless Marine know there S#$%!!!!!!! Looks like they were made for my boat!!!

    Suwannee Trip Mid Nov. if you can go. Will be a combo of "SCREAM NFLY' boys and some Donzi boys mixed in!!!))

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    Hey craig,

    It's a 361 small block with a couple xtra ponies added!!!

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    406 sbc, perfect motor for an 18' 2+3.
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    33zx

    1 piece stainless tubular headers with a stainless case around them from HI-Tek

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    Quote Originally Posted by knowalibis View Post
    1 piece stainless tubular headers with a stainless case around them from HI-Tek
    Cool exhaust. Don't imagine they come too cheap.
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    They are made in Australia, I looked at a set before I bought Stainless Marine......they are BIG $$$$$ but nice looking.

    http://www.hitekmarine.com.au/

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    Quote Originally Posted by fogducker III View Post
    They are made in Australia, I looked at a set before I bought Stainless Marine......they are BIG $$$$$ but nice looking.

    http://www.hitekmarine.com.au/
    Very good looking. A cool idea. I absolutely admit I don't know but I do wonder how the bottom end of these will hold up compared, say, to Stainless Marine. If you read all the Stainless Marine pages, it sounds like they started out building manifolds purely from stainless steel, and ultimately moved to the aluminum manifold/stainless-steel riser setup they have today, as they were unhappy with how stainless steel manifolds performed under the heat. If I read it right. I have ZERO direct experience here, just remarking on what I read. The hi-teks are all stainless steel I *think*. Even IF all this is true, doens't mean they might not be WAY better than cast iron. Also, I wonder if the hi-teks' geometry might not have more water and keep most of the metal cooler, but I am now speculating even more than I was before. Just thinking out loud. Enough hijack, back to everyone's engine pics...
    "I don't have time to get into it, but he went through a lot." -Pulp Fiction

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    Here is a pic of the motors in the Dirty Pearl. They are 540's with 8-71 Superchargers.

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