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    Default SST60 - Stinger powerhead/adapter/tower question

    Is it possible to put a SSt 60 Powerhead and adapter plate on a Stinger short shaft mid section. Looking at different options for more power. Thx,

    Todd
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBuck2003 View Post
    Is it possible to put a SSt 60 Powerhead and adapter plate on a Stinger short shaft mid section. Looking at different options for more power. Thx,

    Todd
    one of the best moves you can make.tons of bottom end power, mid range is good also
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    An even better idea is to put the subject/question in the title of your thread rather than random punctuation marks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBuck2003 View Post
    Is it possible to put a SSt 60 Powerhead and adapter plate on a Stinger short shaft mid section. Looking at different options for more power. Thx,

    Todd
    On the powerhead swap you'll need to ream out through holes - the 56.6 uses 3/8" studs instead of the 5/16" used on 49.9's.

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    Hey Tim, good to see you come out of summer hibernation, Look forward to reading your posts this loonngg winter season.

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    Thanks Joe,

    You're rig's looking nice! Be sure to check out the F.Pierce Williams site. Some nice images of you at Dayton.

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    Thanks Tim I appreciate your input, and explanation.

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    Tim, I understand I think what you are saying, but I am looking at using the SST 60 P-Head, adapter plate, with the SST 60 Tuner. Sorry if I am not explaining the right way or being confusing...

    Todd

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    as Tim says you will need to drill out your exhaust housing for the larger studs.

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    haa tim ,,,great to see ya back,,, luv to pick your brain on some ideas i have see what ya think ed karelson designing me a new gigantic boat heheheh soo going for some records this year since re-learning some things from my retirement,,,, me pulling wheels almost 9" dia and 2" above what i set kilo record at now,,, waaaa more hp,,, but still curious,,,, if ya open to chatting im or??,,,cheyney

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