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Discussion in 'Sea Ray Lifestyle & Cruising' started by danmitchell, Apr 29, 2006.
Has anyone had exiperience with superscharing their searay?
do not do it............ yes you gain a lot from it but the headaches you get from them are not worth it.................
Dan...........you need to talk to Sea Ray Jim who just joined our forum. He has a megahorsepower motor in a 240 SunDeck that pushes it along at around 65MPH!
And if I remember right he had megabucks invested in it. :grin: He also had a movie clip of it running sitting on the trailer, sounded sweet.
Hey Dave you have not told us how fast you can get the new boat....did you have them take the tech out of the 240 and place it in the cruiser :lol: you know I am just giving you a hard time buddy....
Wesley...you are hijacking this thread.
Oooops sorry............ I forgot I am not a moderator anymore. :lol:
Be careful there Dave with that moderator stuff, the way this place is growing we just might vote you in again, :lol:
Somehow I think Richard is. :lol:
Sea Ray hulls are not designed for top speed. They know their market and it dictates a stable, dry, comfortable and safe ride at moderate cruising speeds. If you want go-fast speeds, buy the right hull to start with, then dump the money in. It will cost you a ton of money to keep blower motors running on a boat and probably that much again to keep drives behind them.
Dan , what Boat do you ahve and Why do you need to Supercharge your motors? Motors in marine application's do not get a chance to rest, there fore, not good for Supercharging at all nor turbo's either.....