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    Default TWIN-TURBO 468 BBC (fresh & complete)

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    (This RACE AERO Twin-Turbo BBC (NorCal built originally by Gary Rowen Sr) is fresh from the machine shop ($2K freshen up w/receipts) with zero run time.
    Here are the specs;
    .060 overbore 454 4-bolt hi-perf block, fully studded (new ARP) mains and heads, o-rings w/new style Flatout silicone coated .040 copper head gaskets, Mellings hi-volume oil pump, 4310 steel crank (standard/standard), Carrillo rods, JE pistons, new wristpins, new Hastings rings, all new rod/main/cam bearings, Engle TCS-7 turbo cam, gear drive, fresh aluminun GM 077 heads w/ new Ferrea s/s valves, Crower lifters, Crower 'enduro' s/s roller rockers, stud girdle , Neovane water pump, high-torque mini-starter, complete Race Aero twin-turbo (RaJay) setup with inter-cooler, twin 750 Holley carbs w/flame arrestors.
    This motor makes approx. 850 hp. The motor has a 14 qt. v-drive pan installed, however it would only need a jet/stern-drive pan + turn the entire turbo system around to work in a jet or sterndrive boat. This motor is now located in Pleasant Hill, CA.
    $6,500.00 ($6,000.00 without v-drive pan & water pump) Jocko
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    how much to crate and get to CA 91739?

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    Best motor deal on these boards by far! I spent more than this to rebuild an existing similar setup.
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    Is it just a matter of swapping the sides the turbos are on to make this work for an i/o or will some hardware be needed to work thanks and switch the pan of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by spam View Post
    Is it just a matter of swapping the sides the turbos are on to make this work for an i/o or will some hardware be needed to work thanks and switch the pan of course
    In order to run this motor in a Jet or Stern-Drive:
    1) Oil pan replacement (obviously)
    2) Leave turbo setup as-is and just loop the exhaust hoses (w/one 45 or 90 degree elbow)down and under and out the transom. As you can see in the attached photo, you would need room for the carbs to clear the rear 'deck' of your boat. For reference the rear bowl of the carb is 5" back from the flywheel end face of block.
    3) Other option is to rotate the entire turbo setup (includes exhaust manifolds, intercooler, etc) 180 degrees. This is very simple, with only two (2) braided lines needing extending (-16 intercooler outlet to water pump and the -6 secondary oil filter to the block. This method (to me) seems the best way to go, since it then puts the carbs forward of the motor and the exhaust needs no changes, just goes straight out the elbows to the transom. Jocko
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    Would you be willing to bring it to washington state? Olympia area?98506

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldelmn8tr View Post
    Would you be willing to bring it to washington state? Olympia area?98506
    I would bring it to Boise, ID. for free. My son lives there. Don't snooze, my last price drop generated a few PM's. Dave

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    Yea!, Let RCL have a go at it!
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    Default NEW NEW Lower price!!!

    lower price! $6,500.00 Jocko

    (I can hear the whining now when this thing is gone. Come on guys, snag it now!!)
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    TTT for a steal of a deal. I wish I had the extra coin around, I'd wake up the family jet boat with it!!!


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