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- Thu Oct 07, 2010 7:32 pm
- Forum: Mini-Airboats
- Topic: lake buggy motor and propeller ideas
- Replies: 7
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bhardy, there is a picture of a home built mini ( i don't know how they compare to a lake buggy) that bewright took,it's in the picture galleries. I talked to the guy who builds them, he said they run pretty dam good! I think the one in the pic has a small motor(maybe 8 hp), he said it would plain o...
- Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:00 pm
- Forum: Airboat Talk
- Topic: First Trip out with the airboat
- Replies: 7
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Happyhour, just to eliminate it being a fuel problem, you could put a fuel pressure gauge up by the carb. If you have a bad pump,clogged filter its easy to tell.Good luck, let us know what you find.
you can't beat chevy when it comes to aftermarket parts, prices, availibility. I'm a chevy man from way back! I just got into airboating a year ago and bought the caddy boat as a basket case,put it together and been real happy with it. I know it's a whole nother animal with a gear box behind it. I'l...
James that sounds like a heck of a deal on that prop,I just don't think i would be able to spin it like it needs to.I spin my padde prop @2900,its a stock 500.I know you had yours tweeked pretty good,one of these days I hope to get mine there!THANKS for the info James!!What do you think?
This ? might not have been as aked in years since carbon fiber props.I have a 72/38 paddle prop and need a new one soon, but can't justify spending $$ on a carbon fiber prop these days.So i am looking for a used wood prop ,so if i went to a stick prop what size would i need?What would be the perform...
- Sun Sep 12, 2010 8:48 am
- Forum: Automotive Power Only
- Topic: where do you get your header's?
- Replies: 2
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you might be able to get a adaptor plate from summit or jegs.or you might need a set of headers with a stahl flange pattern,i would call brodix before you spend any $$$ !!