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    here are some new pictures of my nordic all polished (no sun outside though) anyways ran it with the single tunnel ram and plugs look great! was worried about leaning it out but no problem boat will spin up to 5200, gps it and ran 67 mph. just perfect for me. all is well so far







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    Looks nice what the cubes in that BB.
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    Very nice, like the original look, nostalgic.
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    468 olds.
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    Looks very nice keep it original.
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    That brings back memories. My first jet was a 79 Nordic and I loved that boat. It handeled excellent at WOT (76 mph) and could have taken a whole lot more. That is a great hull IMO. Very nice!!!
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    Nice and clean
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    what size carb are you running, be very careful running the single top tunnel its known to lean out the front cylinders "on oldsmobiles", if you are checking the plugs after idling they will fool ya, take a good hard pass then shut her down and check the plugs.
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    Lots of class, I like it! Great job.
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    5200???


    ohhh i remember what happened to mine at 5300 last year... lets just say my wallett is alot lighter
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    carb is a 750 pumped up to a 925. checked the plugs after a hard run looked awsome!!!! I built it to run 5200 with all the oil mods, of course I dont keep it there for more that 5 sec or so. But I am happy and its a great handling boat, good for the family too. also anyone know where I can get a tow bar for this with the tunnel ram?
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    Quote Originally Posted by devanwon View Post
    ... also anyone know where I can get a tow bar for this with the tunnel ram?
    I have one on a boat that I bought today, the boat is going to be parted out. $20 plus shipping, it bolts on the bellhousing and it's far away from the intake.
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    The boat looks great. I love the decal in the back window of your tow rig. It is always nice whan a boat finally gets back on the water.

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