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    115 Chrysler

    I have a 115 Chrysler Charger that needs a piston. Anyone interested?

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    Ha ha ha ha only Nutters and train spotter types are interested in Chryslers even when they dont need a piston. and if you get someone interest he probably wont reply on here as will lose any tiny bit of street cred he had...

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    I would be and ask how much if you weren't so damn far..
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillnjack View Post
    Ha ha ha ha only Nutters and train spotter types are interested in Chryslers even when they dont need a piston. and if you get someone interest he probably wont reply on here as will lose any tiny bit of street cred he had...
    Not sure if u no but they chry ran hard n the day!! Real hard ,,,

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    yeah but fell to pieces quickly... they had some good idea just used **** quality materials and quality control did not exist... and do not compare their proper race stuff to the average fishing motors.. big difference..

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    I bring this back up cuz motor is still here. Anyone?

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    Contact,. ... I'll pass it on to a fan in your area

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillnjack View Post
    yeah but fell to pieces quickly... they had some good idea just used **** quality materials and quality control did not exist... and do not compare their proper race stuff to the average fishing motors.. big difference..
    Swing and a.... another miss

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    Just a shave, jets and tune from a 135+

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    I'm running a 140 Chrysler on my Cee Bee Avenger, the thing is so light I have to add another 5 inch of set back. And the 140 was sitting for 30 years, a quick carb clean and she is up and running, Try that trick with your new 4 stroke race outboard. My only real complaint is it definitely doesn't have the sound of my pro max

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    Drill a couple small ovals above the cav plate just upstream from the snout, that'll help with the sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillnjack View Post
    Ha ha ha ha only Nutters and train spotter types are interested in Chryslers even when they dont need a piston. and if you get someone interest he probably wont reply on here as will lose any tiny bit of street cred he had...
    Gee Wizz! What’s up with this bloke from the other side of the pond?! Let the guy try to sell his motor! We do have some Americans still interested in the old American iron. Keep your comments back in the U.K.
    Last edited by TheDude; 10-28-2021 at 12:50 PM.
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    Someone needs to turn that into a stacker.
    I may be slow but im ahead of you. *hit's only ankle deep but you went in head first.

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    I would love to put it on a small Hydrostream if I had the garage space any pics?

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    Here ya go.

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