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Old 21-01-2014, 08:55 PM   #1
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Everything I have for sale!

Hi all,

So the B28 and XR2 are sold now, I've got a lot on so I'm having a mass powerboat related clearout.

I'll put it all up bit by bit, some is old stuff, some is new and unused but has been on my shelf for a while. I'll try to put prices where I can think of one, but open to offers on it all.

All items are in Guernsey so will be shipped to your door. More expensive stuff may be subject to vat, as we don't pay it here.

First up is a pair of Cougar seats, most comfortable I've ever sat in. Need a retrim to look good but shells ok. £50?
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Old 21-01-2014, 09:05 PM   #2
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V8

Next up is my beloved V8. It's an 8.2 with standard forged bottom end, standard compression.
Long block is very low hours, heads have about 2 hours on them if that.

It's running a Holley supercharger with a superchiller and holley 1000cfm carb. Low boost, just enough to give it a good kick, looks fantastic!

Internally it's got a blower cam, uprated rods, roller rockers etc. The whole motor was built last year and whilst it's been run statically it's not yet been used in a boat so is newly rebuilt.

Excuse the white tape over the breather/filler holes, the filler cap was at home and I haven't fitted the breathers yet!

I've got a large amount of parts to go with it which I'll list next, I'm not selling them seperately unless the motor sells first and the buyer doesn't need them.
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Old 21-01-2014, 09:22 PM   #3
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V8 parts

To potentially go with the V8 I have;

-Hardin Marine billet stainless waterpump kit
-Hardin Marine pressure relief valve
-Aeromotive full fuel setup, pre-filter & spare element, fine filter & spar element, 11203 SS Fuel pump, pressure reg, lines and fittings.
-Full MSD Ignition setup, Electronic distributor with wire holder, blaster hi-vibe coil, 6M-2L Ignition control with built in limiter & full set of limit chips, MSD HT Leads, Full MSD loom so it all plugs straight together.
-Hardin/Gil stainless sea strainer
-Hardin Marine 18" combi cooler (Oil & steering fluid)
-About 3M cooling hose with Norma clips

All the above is brand new and basically unused, so won't be giving it away. I've got the reciepts from when I bought it so will be looking for close to that, with a little discount factored in!

I do have all ancillaries for the engine, with brackets. The water pump needs to be built with the stainless back end and the alternator is untested, personally I'd replace it. There's also the power steering pump which should be fine.
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Old 21-01-2014, 09:25 PM   #4
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continued...

More pics...

Also forgot to mention the Stainless Marine headers.

I may consider selling the marine-only parts from the V8 such as headers, cooler, strainer, stainless waterpump etc if I keep the engine for a land based project.
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Old 21-01-2014, 09:27 PM   #5
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Interested in seats how much are we looking posted?
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Old 21-01-2014, 09:28 PM   #6
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nice engine ! just out of interest : how many horses does it make ?
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Next lot...

-Bravo nosecone (bob's if I remember rightly?)
-Hardin 'no moving parts' fuel sender, can be trimmed to length to suit your tank.
-Bennett trim tabs rocker switches and indicator. Switches have been used but cost a fortune, indicator panel is brand new and unopened.
-Garmin GPS map 551 plotter. Removed from the B28, untested but should be fine. Happy to check it all works before sending.
-Ritchie 3" compass with backlight, used but good.
-Merc wiring loom (the one from the motor to the dash)
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VHF radios;

New NAVMAN VHF 7100

Icom IC-M411, used but good

Cobra handheld

2x small but mighty aerials. With mounts, unused.
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-1000GPH bilge pump, brand new in box
-2x Water pressure connection kits with all fittings to suit most mechanical gauges
-Matching quicksilver oil pressure and water temp gauges
-2x Stainless 8" cleats, been fitted but never near water!
-Various 'witches hats' from 3" to 6"
-3x small gauge bezels in purple, one angled. Purple grab handle which is a slightly different colour.
-Stainless handle, about 10" I think
-Switch/breaker panel, brand new in box (box is tatty but panel is fine)
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-Hydromotive 4 blade cleaver. Around 25P, quite worked. Very grippy prop, used to be on the Revenger.
-Merc HP Inlet manifold for 8.2/7.4 litre. Has a tatty looking 750cfm carb on. Manifold needs a respray but seems absolutely fine otherwise, carb would be good for spares etc.
-3 white fenders and one blue one!
-Mercury external water inlet, very solid unit, never seen another.
-Flywheel from 8.2, can't remember what it's to fit but think it may have been for the Volvo DPX drive. Feel free to say if you know what it is!
-Set of old-skool gauges, bit tatty, free to a good home!
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Old 21-01-2014, 10:07 PM   #11
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Last part - Bravo bits

-Bravo rear engine mount
-2x bravo drive plates

I believe that's finally it!

Let me know if you're interested,

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Not sure I'm afraid mate, never been on a Dyno. As it stands I'd imagine somewhere between 500-600hp. All depends on the blower pulley size!
Didn;t want to go too mad with the power so I could still use a 'normal' outdrive.

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nice engine ! just out of interest : how many horses does it make ?
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Old 21-01-2014, 11:14 PM   #13
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Bezels and handle

How much posted to the uk?

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How much for the ss pump body & strainer?
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How much for the ss pump body & strainer?
Cost me £420 new from cp performance with all the fittings plus postage, all unused, say £350?

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Provisionally sold...

Sold pending payment are;

Seats
Prop
Old gauges
Nosecone
Wiring loom
Handheld VHF
Both aerials
Fenders
Bilge pump

Lots of interest in the rest, please bear with me while I try to reply to everyone!

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Old 22-01-2014, 08:48 AM   #18
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let me know if the handheld radio doesnt sell,cheers
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Sold pending payment are;

Seats
Prop
Old gauges
Nosecone
Wiring loom
Handheld VHF
Both aerials
Fenders
Bilge pump

Lots of interest in the rest, please bear with me while I try to reply to everyone!

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if the nose cone becomes available ill take it
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