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    Default 7's on a glacier craft?

    so, why haven't i seen a Glacier Craft with a pair of these yet? or better yet, 3 of them?
    http://www.boattest.com/engine-revie...00068_557_2013

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    Maybe because they cost $185,000 for the pair ....would be neat though...
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    I have a GC for sale that you can put some on.

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    and the closest service is in Louisiana !

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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    and the closest service is in Louisiana !

    and they have only been in business since 2010. It would really sting to go this route and then have them go out of business a couple of years later.
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    You would be the first one to the fishing hole, the first one to the gas station and the first one to the bank. Not necessarily in that order. But dam, imagine how fast that GC could go. SCARY FAST!!!
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    Wonder why they cost so much? You can buy a crate engine for the Corvette ZR1 with the supercharger for about $21K and it puts out approximately 630 HP. $70K to turn it into a marine engine?
    Either way, those engines are a screamer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob the fisher View Post
    You would be the first one to the fishing hole, the first one to the gas station and the first one to the bank. Not necessarily in that order. But dam, imagine how fast that GC could go. SCARY FAST!!!
    and the first to the dealer/repair in Louisiana. They must be following the Vovlo style of R&D, sell the engine to the public and when things break deny the problem, blame it on the customer, don't honor the warranty and then fix/change the defective part and charge big money for the part.

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