I took everyones advice to take care of my "tire spin feel" in my boat. I got rid of most of the problem but last sunday I was running across the lake and my boat just shut off. A few minutes of looking and I found that my rotor in the distributor wasn't turning. I figured it was the roll pin on the distributor but I was wrong. Once I got towed 3 miles up river to a landing and home I did some more digging. Come to find out I actually had busted the cam shaft directly in front of the drive gear for the distributor. I had never seen this before but after some calls I learned the this was a know issue with some crane cams. There was a few years that on their roller cams the induction hardening would fail and the shaft on which the distributor drive gear and last bearing journal was pressed onto would fail and break. I contacted crane cams directly and they took care of the issue even tho the cam was roughly 6 years old. I was able to spec out a different cam and they sent it to me at no cost. My boats up and running and I will be able to be back on the water for labor day weekend!!!
There is really no point to this story, I just wanted to share in case anyone would happen to run across this issue. I give crane cams a lot of credit for taking care of this issue freely and quickly.