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    350 HP 4-TEC ENGINE Limited Edition

    COMPLETE 350 HP 4-TEC ENGINE Limited Edition
    http://www.perryperformancegroup.com...R6004LE&cat=60

    Is some one of you have any experience of using such engine?
    I am interesting, what is the life time of such an engine?
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    Stock intake manifold and most likely no turbo charger.. I'm skeptical that it puts out that much HP. Last time I checked Rotax Racing in Europe was advertising their race engine as 300 HP, not 350. I'd be interested to know what changes have been made and what RPMs with what charger they're getting 350 HP with..

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    everything you need to build something like that can be found @

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/

    no need to pay a premium because of a name attached to it.... Jerry aka GreenHulk runs the store can can help you put together a package that can meet or exceed your needs and expectations

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    You know thats over 1 million rubles right? I'm betting Jerry (green hulk ) or Dan (JD1) could build you something similar for a few rubles less.

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    you could even buy shibby's turbo gprxp conversion boat for about half that price yank the motor and sell the hull and still be better off

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    $43000, What a joke. You could build one for around $10000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Region8Ultra250X View Post
    you could even buy shibby's turbo gprxp conversion boat for about half that price yank the motor and sell the hull and still be better off
    TRUE

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    $43000, What a joke. You could build one for around $10000
    I wouldn't go that far Head work, EMS, and whatever fancy tricks are done to it have a fancy price tag with or without all the markup built in.

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    That engine is 325HP, but you have to know if you want this power you need to use 100 or up octane fuel. You have check shim valves each 25 hours. If you want it for race could be a good choice but maybe you can study other options and then you can do a better choice.

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    43,000... I'm ordering two, so I'll have a spare.... LOL

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