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That's what I was thinking. Another thing it was doing that was unusual was the run on thing. Maybe double check the timing now that I'm thinking about it. I just don't know what could have changed while I was reworking the boat. Never touched the motor!
So I went out this morning on a gator hunt .. First time I been on the boat in about 2 months prolly. So we put in and within 10 minutes of the ramp I turn and look to see both headers glowing. Well that's a first! Motor temp never got over 175-180 which is normal temp in my boat. Oil pressure was f...
- Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:49 pm
- Forum: Airboat Talk
- Topic: Thinking about buying first boat
- Replies: 14
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If u are no mechanic I suggest a car motor where u can find help more easily and affordable.. A good start in that price range would be a direct drive caddy 13-14 ft probably. Maybe save a little more up and wait for a good deal on a gearbox boat. See them from time to time around 8
I keep some snacks like Vienna sausages and stupid like that that will keep for a good while. I have kids and rarely go out with out a grill and some food of some kind.. Tarp is a must and I keep a few 1" spring clamps on board to clamp it off to trees or cage or whatever. A fishing pole and tackle ...
- Mon Aug 25, 2014 8:32 pm
- Forum: Automotive Power Only
- Topic: Building a 13'6"Cottonmouth 350 out of a chris craft.
- Replies: 3
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They have an adapter for ford engines. Not that big a deal! U may have to change the back bracing on the rig a hair but would be easily done. Sbf are relatively cheap and easy to come by. 2.38 box and a 2 blade prop and u would prolly be surprised what an ole SBF will do.