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07-30-2006 12:51:26 pm CDT
Bham's channell 42 news at 5:30 today is doing a story on the lawsuit. They came up this morning and did an interview. May also be at 10PM,not sure,but definately 5:30. Maybe I can get a part in the next Miami Vice movie
07-28-2006 10:17:54 pm CDT
07-27-2006 07:45:39 pm CDT
Great news.... The lawsuit was filed today against the boat ban bill. I'll keep yall informed.
07-26-2006 08:55:19 am CDT
Parker, i'll bet you want spray her with "Ho be gone". lol
07-25-2006 10:16:57 am CDT
Tony, what the hell. When are you bringing that to the lake?? If you don't have enough room she can ride with me!
07-23-2006 06:56:17 am CDT
Good explanation from one of the "Masters." Another thing to consider when selecting cam specs in a high performance marine engine is engine fuel system type. In normally aspirated engines you basically in todays world have two types, carburated or efi injected . The efi injected motor generally works better with a wider (LSA). This wider (LSA) will ususally allow more duration to be used in the cam without the "reversion" problem showing up. Some of our bigger injected NA cams have durations around 240+ degrees @ .050 and we haven't expierenced any noticable reversion in 496 NA efi applications. If your engine is carburated and your building power you will most likely use a cam with an (LSA) of between 108 to 112 degrees for a stronger vacuum signal at idle to operate the carburators idle and transition circuts. This narrower (LSA) when combined with too much duration will increase overlap, the potential for reversion in a wet exhaust and hence limit durations to more in the 230 to 235 degree range. I am starting to think that with todays growing muffler and noise reduction laws that a better muffler equipped all dry exhaust system with tip exhaust gas cooling is in order for making bigger power in most high performance boats. Maybe some of the exhaust builders will do some more R&D here?
Ray @ Raylar
SCARAB MAN TLEDBETTER@TRMOTORSOPELIKA.COM
07-22-2006 10:12:38 am CDT
Fat Girls/Fat Girls/Fat girls sorry ya'll I had to think of something else for a second.
That got something other than my heart to racing!!!
Fat Bastard firstname.lastname@example.org
07-21-2006 10:16:22 pm CDT
Now that will get your ticker pumping. Sunflower
07-21-2006 09:15:32 pm CDT
07-21-2006 09:06:09 pm CDT
Now that's nice..........
07-21-2006 08:58:23 pm CDT
Last one man... Are you missing the lake yet?
07-21-2006 08:57:43 pm CDT
Two more to go...
07-21-2006 08:56:56 pm CDT
She says get well soon!
07-21-2006 08:56:30 pm CDT
And another one...
07-21-2006 08:55:51 pm CDT
Hey Steve, heres one for your ticker...
07-19-2006 05:04:09 pm CDT
I think that's the cat Reggie Fountain was talking about when he said his new boat was a "cat killer".
07-19-2006 04:21:56 pm CDT
I think Kevin is learning too much about computors.
07-19-2006 12:37:26 pm CDT
no, this is a ...or was a bad cat!!!
07-19-2006 10:41:51 am CDT
Another bad cat
07-19-2006 10:34:53 am CDT
One bad cat!
07-19-2006 10:33:38 am CDT
One bad cat!
07-17-2006 11:18:59 am CDT
Ok Steve. This ain't no step for a stepper. Pretty soon it will only be a memory and we'll be tossing back the longnecks on the island. Speedy recovery my friend.
Scarab Man TLEDBETTER@TRMOTORSOPELIKA.COM
07-17-2006 07:33:11 am CDT
Big Daddy you missed a good weekend of sun and beer drinking.Had a good time and wish you were there.Tyler
07-17-2006 01:16:03 am CDT
Hey Steve, I got something for ya... (more pics to post...)
07-16-2006 09:34:46 pm CDT
Glad to hear your still with us Steve, I don't know anyone else in Alabama to drink beer with. I was quite worried........