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    finally finished engine and am waiting for the computer to get back. I sent it back to have some extra logging features added.
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    Sweet baby Jesus!!


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    Looks good Gary.
    Glad to see you got back from Europe OK.

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    Nice, very Nice, my second thought was I hope you don't show up at the Parker 300 w/z drive and a jet!!! the pictures are worth a thousand words and as many questions
    If you ain't the lead dog the view is always the same !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    Looks good Gary.
    Glad to see you got back from Europe OK.
    Thanks Mark unchained, I really had a good time over there losing all my credit cards and wallet..... Now if i can only get this engine to pasadena in one peace for my tune up lessons. I hate to see it go on a truck. I wish i could take off long enough to drive over there and take it myself. Maybe i should just put a carburetor on it? eh? See ya on the lake.
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    Very Nice!
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    Gary,
    Don't rely totally on the maps they make on the dyno.
    The dyno is not going to be exactly the same loading at the same rpm as the boat will.
    You're going to have to learn that EFI technology program to a degree so you know how to make small adjustments yourself.
    Some maps will need some fine tuning in the boat.
    I still tweak on the cold start and cranking fuel map after 2 seasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badbug3 View Post
    finally finished engine and am waiting for the computer to get back. I sent it back to have some extra logging features added.
    Dayum Gary, that thing looks like the inside of a grandfather clock,lol.

    Bet it makes some power though. Good job.
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    DAMN, SON! THAT THING IS THE S__T!!! love the busy look of all the good stuff! wish I could put it in my boat!
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    It looks rather um...busy, and very complicated and scary too!
    I'm nervous and a little excited all at the same time.
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    Looks killer!!! Where did you get the exhaust manifolds from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinTurbo540 View Post
    Looks killer!!! Where did you get the exhaust manifolds from?

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    exhaust manifolds are race aero
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    thanks to all of you for the compliments. I just hope it runs the way it ought to and dont give me any trouble. Ive got some outboards i need to take care of.
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