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    Nizpro 633RR

    The fastest, most powerfull outboard motor availible has just been announced. Nizpro has pushed the Yamaha 4.2s limits once again, and is producing a 633hp supercharged V6. More pictures and information to follow in tomorrow's press release.

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    got a long way to go to be the fastest, biggest number on the cowl is what it has.

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    I will be looking forward to the physical size and weight specs!
    TJ @ Baker Engineering
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    Bent,
    I thought for the longest time that you were Jason from the old GoFastZone.com

    Now I'm starting to think, that you are one of Super Dave's ..guys ..


    Come on I.S. it's past tomorrow already ...

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    A Nizpro supercharged SHO Yamaha weighs 638 lbs with oil. The cowl is raised 4 3/4 inches to make room for the supercharger so the stock cowl is retained with a spacer. I weighed it with a digital scale. My standard weight 22 Talon ( 2200 lbs rigged with engine ) goes from an idle to 100 mph in 17 seconds with the 475 hp version of this engine. Prop is a 32 pitch Pro Max . Altitude here is 1756 feet. Bob Cruse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaz View Post
    Bent,
    I thought for the longest time that you were Jason from the old GoFastZone.com

    Now I'm starting to think, that you are one of Super Dave's ..guys ..


    Come on I.S. it's past tomorrow already ...
    Yes I am the crew chief/tuner/engine builder for Super Dave, and his racing does not leave me a lot for time for boating!!!
    TJ @ Baker Engineering
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    Quote Originally Posted by robert cruse View Post
    A Nizpro supercharged SHO Yamaha weighs 638 lbs with oil. The cowl is raised 4 3/4 inches to make room for the supercharger so the stock cowl is retained with a spacer. I weighed it with a digital scale. My standard weight 22 Talon ( 2200 lbs rigged with engine ) goes from an idle to 100 mph in 17 seconds with the 475 hp version of this engine. Prop is a 32 pitch Pro Max . Altitude here is 1756 feet. Bob Cruse.
    I sent you a PM Robert.

    these SHO'S a getting more and more popular on fast boats in ontario/québec. everybody has had great results with their tuned SHO and a buddy of mine has a supercharged one on a 21 cougar and has hit 120mph with it on the last run, and theres more in it. you could litteraly built yourself a supercharged SHO by finding a good used 200-250hp version for the price of a new 300R. i've been in one. seen it run, they are the real deal.
    1998 charger stv. 225 promax. -sold-

    1993 22 talon. 2002 mercury 300X


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    So heres some info to clear some stuff up. In addition to the information below the motor come with; forged pistons, new valve springs, ported heads, billet rods, and a new lower unit with your choice of a 1.35 or 1.5 ratio.

    Like it or hate it, motors like this are the future. A regular 200 SHO can be supercharged to 450, and run with the Mercury 450R for less than half the price. We will see what this motor can do, but surely it will outperform the 450R.



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    Quote Originally Posted by InjectorService View Post

    Like it or hate it, motors like this are the future.
    What's not to like? Things are fookin badass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InjectorService View Post
    So heres some info to clear some stuff up. In addition to the information below the motor come with; forged pistons, new valve springs, ported heads, billet rods, and a new lower unit with your choice of a 1.35 or 1.5 ratio.

    Like it or hate it, motors like this are the future.

    Blake (Super Dave)
    So it's a powerhead build .. not just a bolt-on "kit". Makes sense, as does the gear change. Just for ha-ha's .. what's the ballpark price and delivery time frame ???

    Future .. my crystal ball quit working .. lets see if we take back the country, or lose it forever, in a few weeks .. ehh

    Jon boat quips:
    What's not to like?




    Do you have enough hull to support a 600 pound motor ..

    So no matter how much "you" might like to think you'd like one .. reality check says, it ain't happening

    (super Blake)
    I didn't know you had a P/M and a NPK hooptie ....


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    Be awesome to see one of these on a Tuff. @RBT Get on it.

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    633 HP would be fun on a 28 Tuff that runs 110 with a 450R. I don’t think the 24 Tuff can support a 600 lb motor, and will keep my 200XS for a long time for my boat.

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    Mistah Max

    I am unable to answer your questions on private message so email me your phone no. bobcruse@sasktel.ca Or call me at 306 441 1732 anytime. Bob Cruse

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    Oops My email is bobcruse@sasktel.net

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    Merc gunna have to release the 1000hp V12, soon......

    Evinrude first outboard
    Evinrude made 3 figures first, 200hp, who will make 4 figures?
    Evinrude first production v8 outboard
    Evinrude fast outboard in the world

    When are we getting some record breaking news..lol

    ( Evinrude got 150hp pontoon boat, where did it all go wrong?)
    Last edited by powerabout; 10-07-2022 at 08:37 AM.

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