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    okay guys here it goes

    my ole man and me have been b.s. about building a 1,000 hp pump gas n/a motor.not 800-950hp but 1,000,thats the goal anyway.

    lots of questions,i know there is a few around here that have it,i think cyclone does

    what c.i. do we need 600 plus?
    no more than 11.1 with aluminum heads already have them on is 496 motor.brodix bb2 plus cnc ported heads

    of course chris straub will do the cam profile and a few other things.

    this will happen next winter

    i talked with straub about this and we want to do this with a single carb its not impossible in our opinions,he thought it woul be a challenge well thats what we want

    any and all advice will be greatful,thought this might get some good info going for other peeps to read and learn a few things as well as me.

    i want to go with a brodix-or dart block??good or bad
    heads of course will be brodix
    brodix single plane intake

    what size carb? we have a 1050,need bigger??not a problem,we can do that.

    what crank-rod combo???
    what piston make?
    it will have rail mount rockers,ect.try and do it with the best to keep longevity as a main concern.


    is this possible to do 1,000 hp n/a motor.might ad some go juice after the mark just for the hell of it.and yes this will be in a jet boat.

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    Just depends how big your wallet is, check out www.sunsetracecraft.com then look under the ass hauler series, 1100+ with a four barrell. These guys build great engines. Reher & Morrison, and Steve Schmidt also build similar power.
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    thanks but we will be building this ourself.and i promise the piston will not come out of the holelol!!!!!!

    just wanting any good advice or personal experince with this kind of goal,thanks travis

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    Big cubic inches, raised port heads, lots of rpm, and lots of cubic dollars in parts and careful preparation.

    I can't bear to watch...


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    Like Brian said, big inches and Raised Port Heads!

    I don't believe the heads you have will support that kind of N/A HP (at a usable rpm anyway), with pump gas compression!

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    Need a big chief style head. Profiler maybe. And your going to want to start somewere around say 632 inch plus, it has been done with less just doesnt last very long.
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    Gonna need a bigger, badder cylinder head.

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    700CI Donovan should get ya there.
    Oh ya.......break out the wallet. BTW there is one for sale on offshoreonly.


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    Here's a prescription- look at the 565 @ 1035hp on a single: http://www.rehermorrison.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    Gonna need a bigger, badder cylinder head.
    600"+ and better head's. That's just a start.

    He can alway's go to the local swap meet and yard sale's and start collecting the part's

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    So when you hiring the new driver Hotbo (hint ,hint)

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    Plan on $10,000 for Heads and Induction at a minimum N/A. Start your savings now. Good luck. RR

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    well we are getting somewhere,explain the heads??
    i want rod and stroke ratio,i know more than 1 has dreamed about this but i wanna make it real

    money well yeah that can be a real bastard,but 1 never knows how deep the pocket goes

    keep it coming im not being a smart ass give me some good info here,not that your gonna need alot of money well no shit holmes

    okay so far raised port heads?????me i need to know about these
    600 plus cubes????
    alot of money,lol!!!!!ya think

    oh yeah bsflyin ive seen you drive you suck

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    I know this is just for conversation but the idea of you putting this together in your garage......

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