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Can someone show me the numbers on how anyone can spend 70k building an airboat. Specs can be a production welded poly open hull of 14ft LS motor of course since they are the new rage. 3 Blade Props Stainless Rigging Paint or Powder coat Seat covers Electrical wiring Battery(s) Guages Guage Panel Th...
ak375hh wrote:The air cleaner stud snapped and it was the housing that went through the prop. Spendy lesson. Tether the air cleaner.
Remove those worthless things. Tether everything that can fly off the motor
For sure, he did above and beyond for airboaters. Im still suffering a hernia from pushing his big ass boat out of the willows from yrs ago. He said if his nitrous was working he'd have no problem getting out...I said Charles im 3 ft off the ground the boat is 6ft off the ground in the front 1 ft in...
One thing that is always overlooked and im guilty as well is making sure the clips are clean,maybe sand them scratch em up clean the terminals good and spray that red stuff on them...sometimes its all about claning stuff up, even the contact point on the bulb and headlamp
I got a good laugh at this post... had a buddy sort of fall asleep frogging one night with that light on. He burned thru his hair down to the scalp before he woke up. Sounds like a bad ground to me but im an electrical dummy. Put an inline fuse next time see what that does.
if anyone here remembers the fight we put up yrs ago with regards to Curry Island on Lake O, it was Charles who was on every conference call giving us the legal advice. FAA won that deal as well.
Burned many logs on Lake O telling lots of stories with Charles and the rest of us who always met up at night out on the Lake....I'm sure he's harassing some FSU fans and fighting some sort of battle for the good guys upstairs. RIP
I'll pay a finders fee if someone knows somebody looking to sell one.. PM's would be best since Im prob not the only one looking. Must be a full deck or a 3/4 and definitely not under powered. Cash money ready to be spent. Dont want any AC motors that have been built for racing as well. Prefer poly ...
- Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:00 pm
- Forum: Automotive Power Only
- Topic: Air fuel ratio for direct drive
- Replies: 86
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Yup, and my buddy has been racing cars since he was 18 and thought he knew it all.... go ahead w that efi let us know how that works out
If anyone wants to sell one w logs or data on who built it or when it was pulled w logs etc. Cash in hand not looking for anything other than an engine w either books on it, or from a reputable builder.
Thanks PM work best.
Thanks PM work best.
9548815249- Ed MAck im his biggest fan and you will never get screwed over by the man. Just sent him a stubborn 1/4 mile guy who knew it all and said dam I was leaving a lot on the table