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    Got my rail kit from Lightning today. Jan makes the motor plates 26 inches wide. Trim to fit. I'll rig it when I get my pump back from MPD. Probably have it clear anodized later.

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    Nice piece. How much for the bell housing?

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    Nice I want One. How Much For The Whole Kit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.O.T View Post
    Nice I want One. How Much For The Whole Kit?
    $665.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIVER4FUN View Post
    $665.

    Can we order direct? Do you have a phone number or website? I can't seem to find a listing. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airin' it Out View Post
    Can we order direct? Do you have a phone number or website? I can't seem to find a listing. Thanks!
    Lightning Exhaust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    Nice piece. How much for the bell housing?
    Same bell housing and drive line cover i used, cant remember what i paid but i think it was what is on his site ($170) and the drive line cover was around $100 i think and he cut it to the length i asked him for. Nice peices!

    http://www.boatheaders.com/Motor%20M...or%20Billy.htm

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    If that hole kit came polished for $665 thats a great deal! I think i paid around 400 for HTP for my kit which came with a few extra peices for pump brace and what not but was missing the drive line cover and flywheel cover.. Also wasnt polished. Polishing cost me 200 and then the extra few hundy for flywheel cover and drive line cover... so that is a good deal.

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    that is a good deal complete, just a driveline cover from there is @ $125
    but they will make it in any lengh you need

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    I wonder if those driveline covers will actually do any good in the event of a driveline failure, or is their purpose to prevent oil splatter rather than contain a driveline in the event of a failure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    I wonder if those driveline covers will actually do any good in the event of a driveline failure, or is their purpose to prevent oil splatter rather than contain a driveline in the event of a failure?
    they work. had my driveline come apart and the lightning cover kept it in the boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    I wonder if those driveline covers will actually do any good in the event of a driveline failure, or is their purpose to prevent oil splatter rather than contain a driveline in the event of a failure?
    It's probably good for protecting your digits and rigging too if you know what I mean

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    Nice, I have the same one, got it from Neil at SDPM.

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    Cool Kit! I have the same one in my boat!


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