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    here ya go ..




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    Park Rangers never give me any crap about the NOS- D.O.T approved, of course- Dual purge comes out both sides of the boat- Pretty "in your face " fun!

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    DOT laws are alot different than the coast guard laws. So whats it run on the juice?

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    If I have a 1 foot chop, and keep her with the rev limiter at 6200, I can hit 87.6 GPS- With 4 people. If I swap out rev pills, and hit the NOS at about 65 mph, and don't run out of lake, she can hit an honest 91.0 By the way, thats here at 5,281 feet in Denver

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    Oh yeah, Forgot to mention that the hull is a special mixture of speedcote, herculiner and rain-x, all blended together- good for another 8 mph top end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mako shark mark View Post
    Park Rangers never give me any crap about the NOS- D.O.T approved, of course- Dual purge comes out both sides of the boat- Pretty "in your face " fun!
    Ah, worse that could happen would be something to fly up and hit the bottle towing down the road and launch it thru the cars windshield behind you. Looks safe to me Hammer on!

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    Always exciting to live on the edge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mako shark mark View Post
    If I have a 1 foot chop, and keep her with the rev limiter at 6200, I can hit 87.6 GPS- With 4 people. If I swap out rev pills, and hit the NOS at about 65 mph, and don't run out of lake, she can hit an honest 91.0 By the way, thats here at 5,281 feet in Denver
    So your telling me that it will go 87 in 1 foot chop and a 250 shot only nets you 4 mph? Whats the engine making for power off the bottle?


    Sleeper cp , can you get me a chart and graph on this please?

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    That looks like an olds, right?
    "He is a lover, not a fighter. But he's also a fighter, so dont get any ideas."

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    With the 510 lift cam and 11.5 compression(here at altitude), you have to run super lean anyway- The NOS only is good for afew more miles on the top end- maybe 6 or so, actually. Motor without NOS is about 520 horse, and I rarely will put in the biggest nos jets because I have to also change the fuel jets, witch also means dialing in the carbs EACH time you change NOS jets-Since i have a plate system, and each plate is good for up to 250 shot,I generally( to be safe) stick with about 175 shot. The difference is kickin in the NOS and throwing a 360 foot rooster verses 300. Thats where the real fun comes in.

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    Yep, Olds 455 bored 30 over with ported and polished "C" code heads reworked by Greeley Speed and Machine here in Colorado

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    Quote Originally Posted by mako shark mark View Post
    With the 510 lift cam and 11.5 compression(here at altitude), you have to run super lean anyway- The NOS only is good for afew more miles on the top end- maybe 6 or so, actually. Motor without NOS is about 520 horse, and I rarely will put in the biggest nos jets because I have to also change the fuel jets, witch also means dialing in the carbs EACH time you change NOS jets-Since i have a plate system, and each plate is good for up to 250 shot,I generally( to be safe) stick with about 175 shot. The difference is kickin in the NOS and throwing a 360 foot rooster verses 300. Thats where the real fun comes in.
    Allthough we all like HP and speed, Im going to have to say that your boat wouldnt hit 80 on the bottle on a good day. Im not here to bash you at all, just telling the facts.....
    My boat has 800 hp (on the motor) and only runs a hundy.....

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    let me guess, you run Sunoco?

    which fuel?

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