Injected 426 just came my way. Once the console was relocated and motor mounts affixed thru the deck to the pontoon mounts, the motor dropped in mid ships just fine. But its a street motor, and with the direct drive shaft set up and all, I don't know if I need a RH or a LH twist prop. Anybody know which I need.
Second question, if I use the starboard pontoon as a NOS tank to feed the hemi, how do I counterbalance the starboard NOS weigh in the port pontoon?
Can I just use trim tabs on each pontoon, or will that create too much bow lift over 80 mph?
....can cough syrup cause flashbacks?
Now...........running that thing full tilt boogie............Might give a person a reason to SCREAM and carry on like IKE........
Good Lord, man! A 100mph pontoon! Six point harnesses and helmets. I'm givin her all she got, she can't take anymore. Aren't you worried bout a good head wind hitting you, and flipping the thing? That's the best *&*% I've ever heard. Gotta get me one of them things!!!!!!!!!!!
I would also suggest a type of "wheelie bar" made from another pontoon mounted out of the water crossways until plane gets out of hand this way it would (hopefully) keep you from flipping right over.........
I think NOS should go in each side----save a little for the driver too!
I think someone sucked the NOS out of both pontoons... LMAO....