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    Default 377 scorpion

    anyone have any experience with one of these motors? do they hold together, how many hours are they good for?. Any info would be helpful.....thanks

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    anyone,dont want to pull the trigger on the boat without some feedback on this motor package.

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    There a bit of info on the 377 Scorpion on OSO. Just type 377 Scorpion in at google.com, you'll get tons of info.

    I don't know your specific application...but in general, it's hard to screw up an SBC. Best I can figure, it's a 4.00" bore and 3.75" stroke - which is basically a "383 stroker", without the .030 over bore.
    Last edited by FormulaZR; 11-14-2013 at 05:07 PM.


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