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    Cool New 3200HP toy :)

    got it in the shop last week and the engines will be pushing Merc Racing #6 drives with roller props
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    Going Into a Mp 38 Offshore tunnel hull!

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    That will look awesome in my GPR!!!!!!

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    Twin V12's? Thats going to be something sick!

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    All aluminum Lambo V12s Imagine those headers sticking out of a RXT and the rider sitting 4ft in the air. 1600HP each, 4 cams per engine.

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    4 cams per HEAD???

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    I am assuming you have two of these? The highest hp configuration was usually the L804, 8.2 litre that made 880hp in racing form with fuel injection. The pleasure version was the L900, 9.3 litre, but usually made 630 - 720 hp depending on carbs or FI setup. Four of the race versions would make 3200hp, maybe you doubled up the numbers by mistake?

    These are incredibly hard to find parts for. Lambo Marine was a separate company and ceased operations many years ago; Victory Racing Team bought out all the tooling and assembly, but I don't think they have produced any parts for quite awhile. It is hard to find gaskets or parts of any kind for these motors currently.

    Mercury Marine did import 300 of them back in 1987-88 for racing, but has not stocked parts for them since then either.

    They are really neat ... just very hard to get parts for if they need any freshening up.

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    http://www.lambocars.com/archive/marines.htm some details on all the marine models produced.

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    Not going to get 1600HP it of those and keep them N/A...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    http://www.lambocars.com/archive/marines.htm some details on all the marine models produced.
    Yes there are four but only two are going in. The other two are for parts. They will be nitrous fed and tuned by my dads friend. They are hard to find parts for which is why there are 4 I love the sound of the V10 lambos and these have no silencers and will be dumped right out the back of the transom. We have no noise restrictions!

    I messed up the numbers. There are 4 engines, two are going in. I added the HP from all. They're all carb'd and are going to stay that way. Father said they're 800 each when the carbs are perfect.

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    4 cams per HEAD???
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    Quote Originally Posted by vern View Post
    i am assuming you have two of these? The highest hp configuration was usually the l804, 8.2 litre that made 880hp in racing form with fuel injection. The pleasure version was the l900, 9.3 litre, but usually made 630 - 720 hp depending on carbs or fi setup. Four of the race versions would make 3200hp, maybe you doubled up the numbers by mistake?

    These are incredibly hard to find parts for. Lambo marine was a separate company and ceased operations many years ago; victory racing team bought out all the tooling and assembly, but i don't think they have produced any parts for quite awhile. It is hard to find gaskets or parts of any kind for these motors currently.

    Mercury marine did import 300 of them back in 1987-88 for racing, but has not stocked parts for them since then either.

    They are really neat ... Just very hard to get parts for if they need any freshening up.

    damm vern you know alot about the lambo's !!!

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