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    Default Race Aero Turbo Charger systems

    Who sells them?

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    I think the only Race Aero systems you will be able to find are used ones from years ago. You can purchase a new Gentry kit from Brummett in Pasadena, CA.

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    Brummett has all the race aero parts available, but they are new not used.

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    When I was looking for mine I had put out an ad on hotboat stating that I was looking for a race aero set-up, and got quite a few responses. I got the intercooler, exhaust manifolds, and carb box's for $950


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    Exact same setup I sold to someone in LA for $1,000.

    Seems to be the going rate

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    Quote Originally Posted by billet racing View Post
    Exact same setup I sold to someone in LA for $1,000.

    Seems to be the going rate

    Jerry
    I bought them from you! Thanks again!

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    Damn, all polished up and all. Lookin good.

    You realize you are now taking the latest drug on the market, and you will contantly need more.

    Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by billet racing View Post
    Damn, all polished up and all. Lookin good.

    You realize you are now taking the latest drug on the market, and you will contantly need more.

    Jerry
    You almost didnt recocnize them did you! Tell me about it, I think it cost more than the latest drug on the market!

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    No I didn't. Yopu did a great job on that motor. I hardly ever polish my stuff. Just use it. Give it a light cleaning once in a while. You'll go crazy polishing that all the time. Good luck

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    It will keep the girlfriend busy, while im cleaning the outside of the boat!

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    Get some aerosol window cleaner for that polished aluminum. Hit it shortly after it comes out of the water and the spots come right off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obnoxious001 View Post
    Get some aerosol window cleaner for that polished aluminum. Hit it shortly after it comes out of the water and the spots come right off.
    This what I use also, at it works great. Makes the aluminum one of the easier thing to clean on the boat.

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    Heres my setup, carb is under the scoop

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