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    Just got my new Blower Manifold back from the polish shop. (Roy Miersch). Its been along journey. With Waiting for the manifold.Than porting and polishing. (Not that long) worth waiting for. Very nice piece.
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    Thats a handsom piece !

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    Looks good Mike. Killer manifolds, I think your gonna run well this year!

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    I got one just like and finished the install tonight. It too took Roy a long time to make but an unexpected car accident really slowed him down. Im stoked with the final product and cant wait to install the up graded motor in the new 19 Daytona. Im looking forward to the 105 hp that Roy told me to expect and the wait was worth it. Besides I feel Ive got a new friend in Roy and hope he gets better soon. Thanks for putting up with me Roy
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    Looks perdy!!!

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    Nice!
    Kinda like this one.. This is going on a 588 I'm doing for a 26' Daytona.
    Are you running an intercooler?


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    Post motor pics in a day with manifold. And yes innercooler, need to get new blower belt. Going to blower shop tomarrow to get new belt. And have to change a couple of stainless steel lines due to the height difference, Iam in the clouds now it sits very high. we will see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain P View Post
    I got one just like and finished the install tonight. It too took Roy a long time to make but an unexpected car accident really slowed him down. Im stoked with the final product and cant wait to install the up graded motor in the new 19 Daytona. Im looking forward to the 105 hp that Roy told me to expect and the wait was worth it. Besides I feel Ive got a new friend in Roy and hope he gets better soon. Thanks for putting up with me Roy
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    Roy really helped me out a couple years ago with my pump, he's a good dude that's for sure.

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    Here are a few new shots of the motor. I'm hoping to get it set in the boat this weekend. I'm ready to get this thing wet!!!!! Maybe in a week or two if I'm lucky. There is still alot to do to get this thing dialed in right. But Im having alot of fun doing it!!!

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    Very nice Steve How much are those manifolds going for? Might wanna pick one up myself.
    BTW got the box yesterday!! Great doing business with you.

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    They are around 1500 to 1600 polished not cheap, but good quality, guess its cheap compaired to the welded tunnel rams Ive seen for $2800

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    Manifold i got mine for racer special $1250.00 for the mani. It cost me $250.00 to port match and polish the inside of runners. And also paid $250.00 to polish the whole thing. So iam into mine for $1750.00 no counting all the other parts to make it work. such as longer belt fuel lines etc.
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    you're gonna need a ladder to adjust the idle!
    looks good

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