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    Quote Originally Posted by Cp View Post
    Cute vid Chaz, but Start ANF thread. k? This one has gotten off track a but. I want to see more CRT extended runs.
    Well Cp ,
    If you read the text instead of looked at just the pictures you would have noticed that I poked a little fun at the side tracker's.

    The cute video showed that four stroke's can and do make insane power . ( I'm glad you liked it )

    I guess you missed the part where I made mention of stretching one of the CRT block's out to three liter's and more . I payed them a complement at the same time .

    I'm not really sure what a "CRT extended runs" is , but they have been pretty open. If you want to see something you should just ask them to see it . I'm sure they will oblige .

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    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HydroSkreamin View Post
    That's Caudwell, not to be confused with Caldwell. The 3.5L is the 4-stroke entry they've been trying to run for years. It is not competitive.
    Pretty sure I saw a picture of a CRT billet F1 motor the other day somewhere?

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    yes, looks like Jay Price tested out the CRT motor

    Photo Credit: https://www.facebook.com/jay.price.5

    Last edited by noli; 03-27-2016 at 12:58 PM.

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    The motor pictures above is the one we call the square motor. It was the "proof of concept" motor and it's still running with zero issues. I was lucky enough to run that one and a newer one a few weeks ago on my Pro Drag 1/4 Master. I was extremely pleased at the performance and the motors ability to take the abuse of high compression and methanol for pass after pass without exhibiting any cylinder issues. Leakdown stayed at 1-2% through the whole weekend. No egged bores or blown o rings that are so common in the application. It's been a learning process for CRT and they've made improvements on subsequent motors. Progress has come slowly at times but the project is always progressing. I expect motors will go into production pretty soon. I want to clarify one thing in case anybody is wondering. I don't have a single dime in this project nor do I stand to make a dime off of it. I'm just glad CRT is being proactive in keeping high performance boating alive when the big corporations show every indication of pulling the plug and that's closer than some may realize. Stay tuned, there's more coming

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    Well Erik you did get to make multiple passes with somebody else's motor....that's a side benefit!!!
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    Lol. And I was smiling the whole time. Forgot to mention the motor will make its racing debut this weekend at the DSRA race in Catahoula, La
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    whats the longest pass u have made with it and most rpm?

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    About 8500 so far, should be easy pickings for your boat this weekend
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    Quote Originally Posted by patchesII View Post
    About 8500 so far, should be easy pickings for your boat this weekend
    Quartershot T-3R 15" E-Tec 1.62 sportmaster


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    Quote Originally Posted by patchesII View Post
    About 8500 so far, should be easy pickings for your boat this weekend
    Erk, How Did The Motor Run A Coupl Of Weeks Ago @ The DSRA Race?

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    Good. I had trim problems with a failing trim pump on Saturday. Replaced it with a brand new pump on Sunday and it trims faster than my old pump ever did so I struggled to even make a pass Sunday with my trim times completely different than I was used to and not enough time to basically relearn the boat with the fast pump. Testing this weekend to get the boat straightened out
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    I heard that they are also building a 3.5L billet motor. Anyone has any news on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bep078 View Post
    I heard that they are also building a 3.5L billet motor. Anyone has any news on this?
    .....Shhhhssssssuuuushhhh!

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