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    Default 2JZ Inline 6 + Turbo =2041hp

    Would be cool to see someone try one of these in a jet. Thats about 10.5hp per/cid. To bad they sound so terrible.

    This one sounds pretty damn tuff for a 6 though, think I could live with it.
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    I was going to start a thread about this yesterday. I wonder how your average single turbo e85 2JZ 800hp deal would work in a heavy layup lake pickle fork. I think they sound pretty neat.

    Would the high strung HP curve work well?

    Would you have to put a really small impeller in it?

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    Any of those modern DOHC 4 v engines is going to have more HP/CI potential than the old school 2v pushrod engines we all use.
    A turbo or two on one of those could make more than enough torque to make a light dragboat run as well as needed for an open boat class.
    A Lexus V8 would be a great engine to start with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildave View Post
    I was going to start a thread about this yesterday. I wonder how your average single turbo e85 2JZ 800hp deal would work in a heavy layup lake pickle fork. I think they sound pretty neat.

    Would the high strung HP curve work well?

    Would you have to put a really small impeller in it?
    from the looks of it they didnt start that pull till around 6000rpms. then the hp was above 1750 and climbed all the way to 2041 @ 8200-8500rpms. Pretty nice tq curve.
    With the TQ that a turbo engine provides, I dont think getting a big imp pulled up would be a problem. But might add some lag at the hit from an idle. Would have to experiment a little to come up with the ultimate setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    Any of those modern DOHC 4 v engines is going to have more HP/CI potential than the old school 2v pushrod engines we all use.
    A turbo or two on one of those could make more than enough torque to make a light dragboat run as well as needed for an open boat class.
    A Lexus V8 would be a great engine to start with.
    I think a Ford Coyote motor would be a great place to start as well. Hopefully the aftermarket embraces it like they have the GenIII Chevy. There is some serious potential in that motor, even with a completely stock long block. Bone stock my F150 ran a high 13. Not bad for a base model 1/2 ton. I have buddies running low 11's in F150's with a TVS blower plunked on a stock engine. I can't wait to see what it can do if someone actually does a real build on one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildave View Post
    I was going to start a thread about this yesterday. I wonder how your average single turbo e85 2JZ 800hp deal would work in a heavy layup lake pickle fork. I think they sound pretty neat.

    Would the high strung HP curve work well?

    Would you have to put a really small impeller in it?

    PSI racing did an eliminator 26 daytona with a 1000hp E85 2JZ turbo inline 6, he's turning an imco SC drive with a 36p prop
    high 130s at over 6kRPM

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    I've said it before...

    Guess I'll say it again. Always wanted to try a Turbo Jeep I6 Stroker in an old shovel nose hydro for river cruising. By the numbers, 700hp on pump gas shouldn't be too hard to come by. I just worry about producing so much torque through such a long factory crankshaft. Would just hope the relatively low weight of the hull would offset that little shortcoming.

    Ahhh, just have to settle for bench racing at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lildave View Post
    I was going to start a thread about this yesterday. I wonder how your average single turbo e85 2JZ 800hp deal would work in a heavy layup lake pickle fork. I think they sound pretty neat.

    Would the high strung HP curve work well?

    Would you have to put a really small impeller in it?
    there is a whitewater marathon racer in NZ that runs one of those . i believe he has won championships with it . turbo'd is factored at X 1.8 so it runs in the 6 litre class but i think he is faster than some bigblock NA boats in the next class up 7.7l . i've seen vid's of it racing on the NZ sites , little bugger buzzes for sure think it would easily get on a BC impeller curve which will get one of those out of the hole with no problem .
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