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    Verado powerhead conversion

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    can a 300 Verado powerhead be mated to to this?


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    make the powerhead lay longitudinal and not vertical






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    u will definitely be the first to even think about doing it, I assure u...

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    watch this...awesome!









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    This is down the street from you, bolts right up and makes enough power to run the crash box and hydraulic pump.
    As well as probably be cheaper and a lot less disappointing, in the end ...

    https://www.shafiroff.com/chevy-pump...isted-sr20.php

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    your going to have a tough time laying a verado on its side, its go no where for the oil to get back to the pan then.

    I would say your better off with a 3.0 efi or dfi powerhead.
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    Curious, does anyone know where the oil pan is for the Verados ?


    Anyone have the engine schematics?




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    Its horizontal in the service manual so.......


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    Pick-up tube, sump is below the engine adapter plate ...

    https://www.mercruiserparts.com/bam/...2715/16769/175

    Oil pump, drive, etc. is above ...

    https://www.mercruiserparts.com/bam/...2715/16769/160

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    Remote oil tank....done!

    next issue please....



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    Oil drain back from the crankcase cover and cylinder head, and the separate scavenging pump you will have to run, bell housing, engine coupler and water pump.

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    I think the oil will drain back both by gravity and positive flow from source. The oil reservoir will be below the motor.

    an electric non-scavenging oil pump will be used

    fabricate - bell housing, engine coupler

    en electric non-scavenging water pump



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    That's a lot of work for 300 horsepower, and you haven't even got to the exhaust yet.

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    the exhaust tube is water-jacketed


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    and a dummy drive for the cam chain due to oil pump removal.

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