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    New years resolution ............................ build it!
    Anyone can pedal a bicycle, can you pedal a flat?????

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    I approve of this message.

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    Well is it done yet?

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    this is one that you should keep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireboat607 View Post
    New years resolution ............................ build it!
    I like the enthusiasm. So what is the build plan? What parts are you planning to use and what are your HP goals? Being winter we all could use a good conversation about boats and engines to keep us sane till spring.

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    MK4 TD, bore 4.310, studded, 3.760 Callies crank, Arias #1130600, 12.1 - 1, Oliver billet(or aluminum) rods + .500, Isky cam RR-810-A - int lift .765, ex lift 748 W/ 1.7 rockers, dur at .050 - int 288, ex 296, lobe center 112( cam alittle large for this?, it's what i got) , World Products aluminum 360's or Grumpy Jenkins cast iron 350's, Indy TD manifold W/port injectors(if needed),Mallory mag III, 8-71 stripped Moonyham blower, Enderle bird hat. 8mm GT pullies, don't want to put it on kill, just something to tinker and learn with.
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    HP? .... I guess what ever the dyno spits out I'm good with.
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    Sounds like a good combo. I was only asking to spur conversation. I did not know if you had parts, or starting from scratch and had a HP hope or expectation. Is this for a play boat or a drag boat? What hull is it going into? Just curious.

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    I loved hearing Oliver Billet rods - aluminum? Not so much.
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    Going in my drag boat, 1980 Hondo T-deck(in the picture), need to send out the injection parts to get flowed and find a good shop up here that will do an alcohol deal,( new to the area), don't know how may drag boats are in this area, closest track is in Oregon, that I know of.
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    Imo, static comp is too high and it does need the ports !

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    Call me sometime Fireboat. I live in the area and do have some local contacts. Wizbang can set you straight. Proven performance and durability in his motor combinations. He is a wealth of knowledge.

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    I've built a couple or so ish...
    You don't need to get it flowed..... especially if not on kill... get a generic setup from enderle.... port nozzles are a must.... and go for it.
    Wags
    My current piece has been tortured since 08... I would NOT recommend this... but it proves it can handle it... at least 2 years of smoking in the cove passes. I loaned it to a buddy and he went to infinity (sounded like it anyway) with it a time or two...
    I ain't no expert, though.
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    Compression is a bit much too learn with. Tune window is tiny. Unless it had EFI

    if you want the fuel system setup send it to Spike Gore.
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