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  • 02-01-2009, 12:41 PM
    BOOSTPOWER
    wow--i just ran across this--cool! Stay in touch!
  • 03-22-2008, 12:33 AM
    Bubbletop409
    I was curious after reading that, I checked the DMV web site, and it stated you needed CF's even on a private lake, so what makes CFW unique?

    Wife and daughters are heading to Vegas this weekend for the youngest 21st. Planning on doing some work on my Eliminator early in the week, and plan on going to Pedro for the weekend of the 29th to visit my houseboat buddy. So I'll be ready if you want to take a chance, Columbus did!

    CF#'s, we don't need no stinking CF#'s.
  • 03-21-2008, 10:41 PM
    David 519
    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbletop409 View Post
    David

    Please tell me thats not a Fram oil filter I'm seeing! Nice numbers so far, bet you puckered real tight when that seal let go! Tell Randy if he runs out of parts to buff he is welcome to drop by my garage. And whats the deal with CF's and CFW, thought you needed them on any water, we go out on the delta all the time during the week and hardly ever see John Law. Let me know when that beast is ready to float, later, Larry.
    Finally got the testing done...came up a bit short on HP. We made 915 @ 6600 RPM, over 850 lb/ft tq from 4000 to 4500 RPM and over 800 up to 5700 RPM. The cam I chose was a bit to small for the engine size and my vac pump was only pulling about 4.5 hg... Oh well, good enough for a bracket boat. I'll live with it for now until we get the boat sorted out.
    We hope to get the motor in later this week. I got behind at the office with the engine on the dyno most of the week, so I gotta pay some bills next week!
    No CF # needed @ CFW...lots of race boats go out there to play. No so on the delta...well unless you get away with it.
  • 03-20-2008, 01:07 AM
    Bubbletop409
    Quote Originally Posted by David 519 View Post
    OK, I'll play. Here's ours from today. We've only made a couple power pulls to 6000 RPM while jetting the engine. We're still a bit lean and only have 36 degrees lead, but we made over 880 HP. I didn't check the torque, but we were over 800 lb/ft on the first 5k RPM power pull... We're hoping for about 925 HP when it's all said and done.
    On our last pull, the dyno blew a seal in the water brake. Talk about [email protected] your pants! Heard a bang and just saw fluid EVERYWHERE in the dyno room. I thought we hinged my engine!!!
    I'll post a follow up after they get the dyno repaired and we finish our testing.

    David

    Please tell me thats not a Fram oil filter I'm seeing! Nice numbers so far, bet you puckered real tight when that seal let go! Tell Randy if he runs out of parts to buff he is welcome to drop by my garage. And whats the deal with CF's and CFW, thought you needed them on any water, we go out on the delta all the time during the week and hardly ever see John Law. Let me know when that beast is ready to float, later, Larry.
  • 03-19-2008, 09:24 PM
    SUPER-V

    nice motor

    sorry, i forget to mention your engine--it is very nice.
    Quote Originally Posted by SUPER-V View Post
    It made [email protected] 960 ft lbs of torque. It was cool. If you have a chance you can see other cool pics on boostpower marine's web site. They have a dyno pics button on their site and it is updated fairly often. boostpower.com is the web site.
  • 03-19-2008, 09:23 PM
    SUPER-V

    My Dyno Pull

    It made [email protected] 960 ft lbs of torque. It was cool. If you have a chance you can see other cool pics on boostpower marine's web site. They have a dyno pics button on their site and it is updated fairly often. boostpower.com is the web site.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Thats cool, nice engine too. How much hp--tq did it make ?
  • 03-19-2008, 05:52 PM
    David 519
    OK, I'll play. Here's ours from today. We've only made a couple power pulls to 6000 RPM while jetting the engine. We're still a bit lean and only have 36 degrees lead, but we made over 880 HP. I didn't check the torque, but we were over 800 lb/ft on the first 5k RPM power pull... We're hoping for about 925 HP when it's all said and done.
    On our last pull, the dyno blew a seal in the water brake. Talk about [email protected] your pants! Heard a bang and just saw fluid EVERYWHERE in the dyno room. I thought we hinged my engine!!!
    I'll post a follow up after they get the dyno repaired and we finish our testing.
  • 03-18-2008, 09:56 PM
    Brendellajet
    Heres mine

  • 03-18-2008, 04:45 PM
    Hass828
    Thats cool, nice engine too. How much hp--tq did it make ?
  • 03-18-2008, 04:29 PM
    SUPER-V

    Cool Dyno Pics

    These are cool pics of my Boostpower Marine twin turbo carbureted motor. Their dyno is sweet as I watched them dyno the motor from my computer at work. I also took this blower motor shot from boostpower.com Please post cool dyno pics yall!

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