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Jamie Boggs
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At 2:15pm on July 26, 2010, Tony Castronovo said…
I have a few customers using the RCMK with our wet pipe, they will work. Not sure that it will make a big difference compared to the M5, it may only be a couple MPH? Lets see if anyone else can confirm how much if any performance gain in comparison.
Tony C.
At 2:59pm on July 26, 2010, Tim Barth said…
Some how i knew you would be thinking this. But that means a twin for the mag57 right?
At 4:05pm on July 28, 2010, Tony Castronovo said…
I'm not sure??? The inline will produce a crap load of torque, and with that the ability to turn a larger prop. I think the beam is wide enough to support the torque up to maybe a 80mm prop. Another uncertanty is if you can get the right CG at 27-30% forward of the transom with the additional weight. I'll tell you what, after vacation I will stick one in the hull and check that first, then see if there is enough room to make it somewhat easy for a guy with big hands like you to get everything to fit and work on. Might be a fun project with great results? Hey with your money and my parts, anything is possible.
At 9:02pm on July 28, 2010, Tim Barth said…
Gota love it with ur money an my parts. Tony u crack me up. 
At 8:02am on July 30, 2010, Tony Castronovo said…
That is great! If the intake is leaking the engine will idle very high uncontrollably. In some cases if the intake (aluminum) gets too hot it can cause vapor lock making it hard to start after a run until it cools down. The Teflon gaskets are there for that reason to insulate the heat transfer.
We will try, talk later.
Tony C.
At 11:46am on August 16, 2010, Tony Castronovo said…
It might be easier and look a whole lot better to run (2) Wet-Pipes on your boat. I can make you (2) custom wet headers, one standard down and out, and one up and out (rearward engine). This would allow both pipes to exit the left side and clear the left side of the radio box. One would be above the other probably about 2"-2.5" on center. The amount of performance you will loose with no doubt be nothing compared to the amount you will get with the inline.

Tony C.
At 8:18am on September 28, 2011, Tony Castronovo said…


I spoke with Steve yesterday and he really likes him Monster Magnum. I told him you were looking to talk with him and he siad he would go out not this weekend but next and take some video. He and his son have several of our boats and also compete and are are considering a few informational videos showing how to start and run boats. i think that would be greatly appreciated by all of us.


Tony C.

At 2:29pm on September 28, 2011, Jamie Boggs said…
Hey, thanks for talking to Steve for me. Yeah, I'm really looking forward to getting my new boat and I can't wait to hear it run!!! Thanks for allways being patient with me and for talking with me about just anything. I'm pretty sure that I've explained in detail on Jim's RC Boat Dock about how you have totally redesigned your in-line engine coupler over the years to be pretty much bullet proof and that you no longer use a centrifical clutch, you use a solid billet aluminum peice that has been specially machined to connect the two engines together without any runout and that you time them at 180 degrees apart. I also tried to explain the whole reversed cylinder thing to. Thanks, Jamie.
At 2:44pm on October 22, 2011, Tim Barth said…
At 3:49pm on October 22, 2011, Jamie Boggs said…
Hey, not much, just been working 12 hours on 3rd shift at Flexaust 5 days a week!!! How have you been doing?

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