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Old 27-03-2018, 05:36 PM   #1
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2.5 200 Block

This is a standard 2.5 200 block Fully reboard and machine +30 by Steve no holes £1000
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Old 01-07-2018, 05:25 PM   #4
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Do you have anything else besides the block for the 200 set up? Electronics?
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Yes I have loads what exactly are you looking for
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I will come back with a list shortly. Basically I want to get rid of the rev limiter on my Saltwater 2004 150. But with the CDM box it might be a challenge.
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I have done a few call me on 07702 958175 thanks rich
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The best advice I can give you

Do not remove that box you will blow all the coils as soon as you exceed 5900-6000 Trust me I have been there got the T-shirt (do not remove it ) I have just reinstated one on an engine which it was taken off of And it blew two coils on the first trip out so we refitted the box re-adjusted the timing now is reliable again hope this information helps
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Thanks Rich. Abroad travelling but will catch up once I'm back in Europe.

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Do not remove that box you will blow all the coils as soon as you exceed 5900-6000 Trust me I have been there got the T-shirt (do not remove it ) I have just reinstated one on an engine which it was taken off of And it blew two coils on the first trip out so we refitted the box re-adjusted the timing now is reliable again hope this information helps
Thank you for the advice. Leaves me with no option than change most of the electronics in the engine to get it "old school". Will run the engine on a Twister 24 catamaran and 5600-5700 rpm is not part of the plan. I will revert with a list of parts that I believe is needed.

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Hi Sam!

I'm looking for 16 amp flywheel (the light version).

Do you happen to have one?

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