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Boat Racing / March 1-2 APBA/SCSC Bakersfield Winter Regata - Boat Count ?
« on: February 03, 2008, 10:10:39 PM »
So who is going to make it ?

Nostalgia Jet

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Comp Jet

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WTB / 265-75-R16 or 235-85-R16 take-offs
« on: January 18, 2008, 09:31:18 AM »
I am in need of some tires for my new Dualey, the tires that are on it sat quite along time and are cracking. They are also a bit too short and under rated for what I do with this truck.

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Engine Mechanical / Electrical / Lets talk Mopar Rods
« on: January 18, 2008, 09:21:37 AM »
There is the 6 pac rod and then the LY - LY's are prefered by me as they are beefy but not overly heavy like the 6pacs.

Lets see some pics and some weights. I am going to be using them in my next build, so as much info as possible is good. I keep hereing how strong they are, I would like a bit more info.

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Engines / Engine Parts For Sale / 385 BBF dipstick
« on: January 13, 2008, 06:12:38 PM »
385 series BBF dipstick
Fits 370, 429 & 460 Timing cover style.
It has a bent shaft that can be strightend
Just pay shipping !


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Miscellaneous / Spam / 35x12.5R15/C BFG Mud-Terrain km
« on: January 08, 2008, 08:42:35 PM »
I have a set of 4, 35x12.5R15/C BFG Mud-Terrain km.  They are mounted on a set of 15x10 Eagle 1069s. These tires have very little use maybe 5miles. Been sittin for about a year. Still in excelant shape. This tire & wheel combo NIB is $1252 + state and FET tax.

$1000/obo

pics will be up soon

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Boat Racing / J Class Racing at Long Beach
« on: December 24, 2007, 10:44:19 PM »
Jerry from V-drive video made this for Amanda (53c). This was her first race event ever. Ron Hill and the whole Hill family made this possible for my daughter, Thank you !
I had to make this video off the TV being I have no other way to make a copie, and this disc is the only one in existance.

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=873zqwz&s=1


BTW - Check out V-Drive Video
http://www.v-drivevideo.com/

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Engine Mechanical / Electrical / '08 429 cj build
« on: December 23, 2007, 01:07:25 AM »
This is a photo documentation of my '08 429 cj racing engine. This engine is bored .030" and has a piston to wall clearance of .009". The bearing clearance is .0028" om the mains and .0035 on the rods. The pistons are flattop Ford Racing/TRW, with a single valve relief for the intake valve. The block is a D1VE fully crioed and casting flash removed. The 1970 429 crank has a 3.59 stroke that we bullnosed and wedge cut. There is about 20hrs of prep work in the block. All the oil galleys have been drilled out to .500". In the lifter valley we installed two new oil drain backs and funnelled them to speed up oil drain to the pan. The 2 new oil drains at the front of the valley are positioned one to drain on to the Dist. gear and the other on to the timing chain. There are two oil drains in the heads through the block, that in most cases are half blocked. The first step is to place the particular heads that you plan on using for the build on the decks and install two inner head bolts on each head. Now you can run you .500" drill through the drain on the head and about a 1/2" into the block. Once all four hole are done make sure the heads are marked, so they go back on the same side. Now un-bolt the heads and remove them. Now blend and taper the oil drains so there are no ledges or steps in the drain. Now you can remover the small amount of casting flash in the lifter valley, the holes right above the cam. You want to make sure they are smooth and rounded. The next step is to flip the engine over to blend and taper the oil galley at the oil pump, as in stock form there is a ledge or step that reduces the flow by 25%. Next I focus my attention on the oil filter base. I blend and smooth this area as much as possible, then there is the threaded boss. You need to remove it from the block and place it in the vise and increase the inside diamitter by about 25% also.

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The No Wake Zone / End of season thanks from CBR
« on: December 03, 2007, 01:35:07 PM »
The 2007 SCSC Nostalgia Jet season was very tough. There were a lot of ups, downs & close calls for Code Blue Racing.  It was very difficult to make each race, with rising costs & work schedules.  We somehow managed to make each race at the last minute.  I think the trip to Burley stands out the most.  We gave ourselves plenty of time to get there, at least one day ahead.  Sometimes no matter how much time you give yourself, it just doesn’t workout.  About an hour outside of Las Vegas, we lost a speedometer drive gear.  Any of you who know electronic transmissions, know they don’t work worth a darn without input.  So we drove the remaining seven hours at 55mph, all the way to Burley, hitting more rabbits than I knew existed, using twice the fuel & shot our travel budget all to hell.  We show up in Burley Friday morning at 11:30 am, just in time to suit up for the Comp Jet Shootout Qualification runs.  Being this was my first trip to Burley, I had to do a ballpark tune up in the boat.  We were close enough to qualify & take a Comp Jet Shootout 3rd place finish.  The overall Burley experience gave me more drive & excitement to carry me through the remainder of the season.
   The SCSC has been a great organization to race with, Ross Wallach and his staff did their best to get the jet boats on the water at each and every event.  Rolph Salmons gave the Nostalgia Jets an opportunity to put on some exhibition races at the NJBA drag boat events in Bakersfield.  I would like to thank All the NJBA staff for allowing us that opportunity.  The SCSC season finally had a fantastic showing for the Nostalgia Jets.  We had one incident & no injuries, but a lot of good racing. The Parker 300 Enduro has been my nemesis since 2005.  In October 05, I was lucky to make 8 laps, and then in October 06, we broke on lap three and were able to squeak out one more lap.  The 2007 Parker 300 basically was a huge victory, even though we were only able to complete 87 miles.  I feel very fortunate and thankful for the help and support that I have received in the past season.  We finished second overall for 2007 in the Nostalgia Jet Class.

 Our sincere thanks go out to the following very important sponsors:

 Ranchos Havasu Estates & David Varty, Veronica Paladori and Guy Hargreaves
 Atlas Plastering & Toby Clark
 Anaheim Chevrolet & Jay Photoglue
 GS Marine & Greg Shoemaker
 Marrone & Sons & Ben Marrone
 Foxwell Motorsports & Scott Foxwell
 ARS Marine & George Pataki
 Just Jet Boats.com & Shawn Demerit
 Jet Boat Performance & Tom, Rhonda and Josh
 Highflow Dynamics & Paul Kane
 Tour Havasu Homes.com & Lew Jabro
 Boat Racing Facts.com & Ron Hill and Family
 Triad Performance Marine & Don Baca
 Steve Neville Trucking
 Socaljetboats.com & Brad Martin
 Chuck & Son Signs & Chuck Eichelberger
 Independent Street Rods & Josh Edwards
Wet-n-Wild Twisted Motorsports & Brian and Dave 
 D’Cucci Boats & Don and Joey Cucci
 E Performance Marine & Donna, my wife, and Amanda, my daughter, without whose help and support none of this would have happened.
 
There are a few special individuals that have helped Code Blue Racing through this fun & exciting season.  These individuals offered support & technical insight throughout the season.  Some of these people helped me at the races on different occasions.  I want to thank Tony Wagner for stepping up, assuming the position of crew chief.  This is all new and exciting for him and it has taken a lot of his spare time.  For this dedication I thank him.  Art & Ray, without the two of you, those 87 miles at the Parker 300 would not have been possible, my extreme thanks to both of you.

I would also like to thank:

Scott Foxwell – Foxwell Motorsports
Paul Kane - Highflow Dynamics
Dave Jones - Aggressor Jet Drives
Roger Finney – Wild Injun Racing/Finney Powder Coating
Shawn Demeret - Advanced Computer Management
Mike – Rex Marine
Tom Papp
Bob Prigmore
Chris Starkweather - Marine Performance Design
Dave Sammons
Terry Valore
Don & Joey Cucci – D’Cucci Boats
Chris Straub – Straub Technologies
Carl - Cars By Carl
Brian Irish

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Engines / Engine Parts For Sale / 429/460 parts & engine is sold
« on: November 11, 2007, 04:45:46 PM »
D8TE Truck 460
This engine is complete air cleaner to pan.
Pulled from a '78 F250.
Block is a D1VE
Heads are D3VE
$400 / sold !!!

D3VE heads complete
I also have a set of complete D3VE head but need a valve job, they have new springs, retainers and locks.
$150

D3VE heads with valves only
$125

D3VE take-offs
$75

A set of new Comp Cams 926-16 valve springs in box, 109 on the seat
$150

Comp Cams Magnum Roller Rockers
$100

Crane Cams Rocker Arm Guideplate Conversion Kit
$75

800 cfm DP, it needs to be gone through as it has been sitting for some time now.
$150

Berkeley 3pt top mount or standard Starter Bellhousing w/starter
$100

Waterpump Block-off
$25

Thermostate housing
$10

Cast Iron CJ intake
$35

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Engines / Engine Parts For Sale / Nothing
« on: November 06, 2007, 07:15:47 PM »
 ;D

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WarZone / Quick jokes
« on: October 31, 2007, 10:26:25 PM »
Q. What do you do when your dishwasher breaks?

A. Kick her in the ass and tell her to get back to work.

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Q. What do you do when your wife comes into the living room and interrupts your football game?

A. Go in the kitchen and shorten her chain.

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Q. What do you do if your wife complains her watch is broken?

A. tell her theres a clock on the stove.

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WTB / WTB - 429/460 4pt mount
« on: October 29, 2007, 03:42:37 PM »
Well my front 4pt mount is cracked in a few places after the 300,  so I need the whole deal.  Does anyone have a set that is in desent shape, at a real good price ?  That is the front mount and the bellhousing rear with adjustable feet.

Thanks

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Events / Nov. NJBA race ??
« on: October 25, 2007, 10:50:44 PM »
Do I need to get ready for it or is it not happening ? Will it be a NJ or CJ event ?

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WTB / WTB - BBF Oil Pan
« on: October 25, 2007, 07:39:40 PM »
I am looking for a BBF 429/460 8-10qt oil pan.

Give me a call, Thanks

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WTB / WTB - 1 D0VE-A head
« on: October 25, 2007, 07:37:47 PM »
Anyone have a D0VE-A head sittin around that they don't need ?
I am really lookin for one that has had no work done on it, this will make it easier to match to my other one.

Thanks

Please give me a call;

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Events / Teaser Parker 300 Video & Pics
« on: October 21, 2007, 11:00:49 AM »
 I will post more info later as I am beat-up, and I only made it 85 miles or so. I stole the video off HotBoat. The boat was in my opinion very close to perfect, but to keep up out there I was spinning 5300-5500rpms and the engine could not hang. I am very happy with the performance during the race, my best lap was 3.14, thanks for everones help.



BTW - I had an excelant crew

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WarZone / Parker BLUEWATER CASINO “300” ENDURO (Team cj72)
« on: October 18, 2007, 11:27:37 PM »
The boat is almost ready for the gruling 300 miles of Parker. I have one line to do and I am done, waiting on UPS. I could not have done any of this without a few People and some really great companies standing behind me. As always we are just hoping to finish 300 miles. My team have worked real hard this season to keep us in the races. Donna the one that keeps me somewhat calm and guides the whole team, Amanda for all her hard work and effort, Tony for always being here when I need you as well as catching things I may miss, Steve for always ready to help nomatter what I ask of him, Brian for helping me get it done in Burley and the long hours on the phone going over pump stuff, Scott the motorhead that always keeps me pointed in the right dirrection.

Special thanks to;

Ranchos Havasue Estates, for helping me get though the season when I was financially done.
Jet Boat Performance, When I needed you you were there
ARS Marine, helping me comtinue the fight
Foxwell Motorsports, for taking good care of my heads
High Flow Dynamics, for keeping me going with good quality oil pumps and bitchen rocker arms
GS Marine, for helping me get to Burley
Atlas Plastering, for covering my entry in Burley
Steve Nevell Trucking, for the great suport this season
Boat Racing Facts, thank you for the great food and insight at the races

To all that have helped and been part of this season;
Ralph, Tom, Omar, Steve, Brian, Tony, Dave, Scott, Rick, Ross, Terry, Nick, Toby, David, Roger, Don, Teb, Paul, Ben, Brad and anyone I may have left out.

You have all made this a great season and I thank you.

Off to the Races @ 11am

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Events / Patrol / Tow Boats Needed !!!! (Parker Enduro)
« on: October 17, 2007, 05:46:03 PM »
Just had 3 patrol boats that were previously confirmed call me today (Wednesday October 17) and cancel. I am looking for 3 - 5 patrol boats (can't have too many eyes on the course) so if anyone is in the area, can be in the area, coming to Parker or knows someone close by that has a boat please let me know asap - (310) 318-4012 or rossdbos26@yahoo.com

Remember NO experience necessary!!! Just need to have a boat and tow line. If you have a ski flag that works too. No medical at all. Just to act as the eyes on the course and tow in broken boats.

Call me with any questions!

You get one of the best view's of the race.

Thanks,
Ross Wallach, RPM RACING ENT.

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Engine Mechanical / Electrical / Blower Belt ???
« on: September 27, 2007, 03:12:53 PM »
Does anyone know where I can get a Gates Blower belt for my jetboat in Mohave County.
I need a pn# 16008M75

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Miscellaneous / Spam / BFG BAJA TAs'
« on: September 07, 2007, 11:15:51 AM »
I have 4 315/75R16 BFG Baja TAs that are just sitting they are on ProComp Extream Alloy wheels 16" x 9.75" with a 5 on 5.5" bolt patern, 1/2 ton Ford and Dodge as well as the CJ jeeps. They are almost new and have about 15 miles on them. These have the bead lock ring and only three are blue the other is black.

$2500 OBO

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WarZone / Here is the CBR F100 BITD 8100 Race Truck
« on: September 06, 2007, 12:56:31 PM »
The F100 8172 BITD Race Truck







It has a BBF 460 that after Parker will have a 429 installed. I run a C6 almost full manual trans and a 9" rear with 4.10 gears. The tire are always BF Goodrich 35". The seats are Beards. It has one Rancho Lightning Rod with a huge  reservor and Rancho 9000x with in cab adjustability shocks per wheel/corner. The cage is 2" .120 wall DOM tubing, extreemly strong.
We plan on running in the International Ralley when it comes to Laughlin NV. If we had the $$ I would again compeet in BITD and SNORE.

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Boat Showcase / Testing for Bakersfield
« on: August 28, 2007, 10:36:55 PM »
Being I only get about 45min before dark at my test site it is taking lots of time. But it is close and I have the support of the Bullhead PD if anything goes wrong.

 I will be testing today out at Rotory Park at about 7pm.

Quote
Quote from: pw383426;2759087
Ok got some GPS results from about 15 minutes ago.
These are for Jim's Squirtin Thunder boat

Any questions about motor and set up ask him, I was just watchin the RPM's vs. MPH in the passenger seat.

3000= 23.5mph
4000= 41.5 mph
5000= 67.5 mph

That was with the B- impeller in the Sanger Custom Sprint and with two people.

We may do a test every 500rpm just cause we can. The boat is responding very well to changes. We are going to do a turn test being some folks think the added rudders do absolutly nothing. We are going to put another loader in, the CP Performance Extreem Loader in just to see what it does.  We are playing with two impellers, one an MPD A and the other a MPD B-. All the info as of yet is done with the B-. There is alot of other info that will not be posted that we are learning and testing. Our Parker 300 setup will be tested in a few weeks. We still have to install our new pan and the oil cooler, as well as our new High Flow Dynamics Oil Pump. We will also be testing our HillBilly 429 just incase the the engine gives before or at Parker.

Anyone that wants to come out and watch is more than welcome.

Well the air was the great limiter. Corrected elavation was 4176'.
I was also checking my brakes out !

The B- impeller does not give the same lift as the A did, the boat runs wetter.

Here is a very short video;
http://video.tinypic.com/player.php?v=4mvng54

Testing 8-28-07


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The No Wake Zone / old pic
« on: April 15, 2007, 12:06:53 AM »
An old pic I found on Toms website;


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The No Wake Zone / Hallett Dave !!!
« on: April 10, 2007, 09:53:29 AM »
Whats up man O0
How is the RB float ?

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