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    The exhaust Chest Cover is only for the show that's why there is no holes in it.

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    Got yeah


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    Quote Originally Posted by STV RR View Post
    The exhaust Chest Cover is only for the show that's why there is no holes in it.
    So you making chest covers or do you use a stock one?

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    Stock one wil work fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by STV RR View Post
    Stock one wil work fine
    So your not making billet ones?

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    No sir no Billet ones.

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    Thanks Greg for all your support!!!

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    What with the second hole in the head that goes directly into the cooling passage? I assume the top one is for washers and t-stat covers, the one below has me puzzled as it seems to have bolt holes around it.

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    do not worry with that hole this is first gerenation heads not finally production we choose not to cut a good set of heads into for the show so we use first gerenation heads not finally production heads. That second hole not on the final production heads. The people attending he show has been explained this in demonstration.

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    Parker needs one of these for his Seebold.

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    What about fuel economy? Is It the Same as the conventional merc motors? Can This Be turned into a reliable 300hp green motor?

    Wish You All the best. Great to have innovative People like You in the marine industry.
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    Fuel economy? You for real . This is big HP 2 Stroke suff, don't think "green " was ever in the process. Nice they make good HP green stuff but don't ever think this motor was made with anything other than keeping the good old high HP 2stroke alive.

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    Much cheaper than a 21 grand 200hp motor from merc! haha sweet as sweet can be! Ground breaking motor!! Or should i say water shredding!!

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    Thumbs up

    Great package with newer technology!
    Glad someone stepped up and is making the HP light weight motor!.....
    Just hope the price will be within reach.

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    Whats all included in the package price? Larger center mains, are they omc size? Is David making the crankshaft? He was working on one with omc size mains last time by his shop. Do you have a version that will accept the standard merc crank and rods? Thanks for your time.

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