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    Cool Two 477 cubic inch Aries 8.2 ltr. engines for sale

    Have two complete, fresh, hat to pan 477 cubic inch blown alcohol engines for sale. See add on Drag Boats.com for details, pictures and pricing. Call Dana Wardell (916) 849-3551 or e-mail [email protected] for more information and pictures.

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    Not meaning to split-hairs, but there is around 61.3 cubic-inches-per-liter......I get 7.7L, just to be accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer:30 View Post
    Not meaning to split-hairs, but there is around 61.3 cubic-inches-per-liter......I get 7.7L, just to be accurate.
    ahhh Beer, really? Did you really mean to post that? Seriously? Always thought you were just a little sharper than that.

    Liitle hint, do you remember the Donovon 417?



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    ahhh Beer, really? Did you really mean to post that? Seriously? <br>
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    Liitle hint, do you remember the Donovon 417?
    I believe you are referring to DonovAn aluminum motors? I don't know of DonovOn? Must be a special one? Besides, don't you have a motor to blow up somewhere instead of jacking this man's thread just to stalk me?

    For the record, I was referring to this man's motor he has posted here. Not trying to start an argument with GN7.
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    EFI is the wave of the future. There can be no denying it. Electronics have been on the leading edge of our entire lives. Not only os the magneto dead, but the standard issue CDI is wavering. Its all about total fuel, air AND spark control. Anybody that thinks its not has their head up their ass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer:30 View Post
    I believe you are referring to DonovAn aluminum motors? I don't know of DonovOn? Must be a special one? Besides, don't you have a motor to blow up somewhere instead of jacking this man's thread just to stalk me?

    For the record, I was referring to this man's motor he has posted here. Not trying to start an argument with GN7.
    Never mind, you can't be educated. You obviously already know way too much.
    I just find it humorous that you are questioning the guy who built this. Thats pretty rich, even for you.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer:30 View Post
    Not meaning to split-hairs, but there is around 61.3 cubic-inches-per-liter......I get 7.7L, just to be accurate.
    as a GM guy I thought you might know about 8L and 10L Arias motors..instead of spitting hairs...
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    What are you guys going to run in the 'vette now?? Is your kid going to be driving for someone else? Tell him hi for me...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer:30 View Post
    Not meaning to split-hairs, but there is around 61.3 cubic-inches-per-liter......I get 7.7L, just to be accurate.
    8.3 Ltr is the design of the engine not the cubic inches advertised. This is not the 10 Ltr. design block or heads. Do your research on these engine before yo post a bunch of jibberish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sangersam View Post
    What are you guys going to run in the 'vette now?? Is your kid going to be driving for someone else? Tell him hi for me...........
    Sam McCord.
    We are still going to be running a Arias style motor, just bigger. Aaron will still be driving the car, some talk of him driving the alcohol dragster again that he won the 2010 championship in. He has an offer to drive a fellows alcohol funny car, but its not the right deal, no parts and very, very low budget.

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