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Old 02-02-2016, 01:05 AM
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To me it sounds like it's revving its arse off, I can't say I like it. Annoys me when family members Hit 3000 Rpm in diesel cars however so I'm a little finniky.

Fodens with the Big Cat engines are nice
bit of a different story with the 2 strokers though Rory and that roots blower pushing air in there ..... they have a note all of their own
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Having operated an 82-50 for bit, I agree with the love/hate bit. I loved the sound from a quarter of a mile away, but in the cab it drove you mad.
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Distance could be the key I did hear one in a boat once that kind of sounded ok, it was a really long way off!
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