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    I have an MPD prepped DPS inducer still in my race boat $275 to your door.
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    i have one and its free. you take it out and reassemble pump. wasted money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Till View Post
    i have one and its free. you take it out and reassemble pump. wasted money.
    Only wasted money if you didnt have enough power to slip the pump in the first place.
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    i just bought a inducer for my daytona. im woundering does the inducer a noticeable
    up grade . Iv never been in a boat that didnt have on an then had one put in. im curious
    an info thanks

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    We have seen 2-3 tenths improvement on the clocks. Thats 2 or 3 boat lenghts difference. Cheapest thing you can do to pick up that much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildstreak View Post
    We have seen 2-3 tenths improvement on the clocks. Thats 2 or 3 boat lenghts difference. Cheapest thing you can do to pick up that much.



    thanks for the info wildstreak

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    2 to 3 boat lenghts you boys are in trouble, you know who u are

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    Quote Originally Posted by lupo1904 View Post
    2 to 3 boat lenghts you boys are in trouble, you know who u are

    lol

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    Do yourself a favor before you buy one and contact Chris @ B1 racing!! The new HCM inducers he sells with his own personal touch on them can not be beat!!

    B1 Racing LLC. - Home - Santa Ana, CA

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildstreak View Post
    Only wasted money if you didnt have enough power to slip the pump in the first place.
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    Keith, You must be right. I guess a 496, Bullit roller, Brodix CNC BB-2 plus heads and two quick fuel 1050`s in a Texas tunnel and another Texas Tunnel with a 489, Bullit roller, and one 1050 just isn`t enough motor. Each has a B impeller. I own both of them and lost ET and 3 MPH in the ten second class. Guess i just don`t know how to read a time slip. My offer still stands. Free inducer. Excuse me. Richard.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Till View Post
    Keith, You must be right. I guess a 496, Bullit roller, Brodix CNC BB-2 plus heads and two quick fuel 1050`s in a Texas tunnel and another Texas Tunnel with a 489, Bullit roller, and one 1050 just isn`t enough motor. Each has a B impeller. I own both of them and lost ET and 3 MPH in the ten second class. Guess i just don`t know how to read a time slip. My offer still stands. Free inducer. Excuse me. Richard.......
    What inducer do you run and who set it up??

    What rpm on a B impeller? What wear ring tolerances? who did the pump work?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Till View Post
    Keith, You must be right. I guess a 496, Bullit roller, Brodix CNC BB-2 plus heads and two quick fuel 1050`s in a Texas tunnel and another Texas Tunnel with a 489, Bullit roller, and one 1050 just isn`t enough motor. Each has a B impeller. I own both of them and lost ET and 3 MPH in the ten second class. Guess i just don`t know how to read a time slip. My offer still stands. Free inducer. Excuse me. Richard.......
    I guess I should ask you what inducer you are running. There is one version that came out after the Dons inducer that isnt worth the stainless it took to make it.
    If you dont know mfg. snap a pic and post it.
    Keith

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    i`m thinking that the inducers came from Don and Tom Morrow did installed them. they look like a cast piece of metal instead of machined. the 496 is turning 6500 and the 489 will turn 6750 with 150 shot of no2.

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