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Curious, Orca engine, anyone have one?

I've read about their 150 hp 113 for a few years. Anyone have/had one or even know someone who had one? What are your opinions of Orca?

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OH I'd love to have one , they did some work for me years ago , they know there stuff , they do have an attitude sometimes , they make no bones in their ads about their competitors .. They are the ones with the baddazz turbo roadie videos IIRC ..

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The ORCA Shark . Them people have been around awhile they are a no BS hard core bunch that can build what they say.
They can build you an Engine to ride to church and then eat anything on the road on the way home.
ORCA you are the top of the food chain. Want to be the badest HD on the road see ORCA
One of their older pages but a fun read.

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250hp daily driver turbo motor. Yeah. I want that. I would have to buy tires by the gross.


11K for an honest 150hp motor with a custom exhaust and tune.
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250hp daily driver turbo motor. Yeah. I want that. I would have to buy tires by the gross.


11K for an honest 150hp motor with a custom exhaust and tune.
Save your money and buy you an Aero Charger. Badass and easy on the motor. http://aerocharger.com/turbo-systems...arleydavidson/ A buddy of mine is getting ready to do this. I can't wait.
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250hp daily driver turbo motor. Yeah. I want that. I would have to buy tires by the gross.


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Save your money and buy you an Aero Charger. Badass and easy on the motor. http://aerocharger.com/turbo-systems...arleydavidson/ A buddy of mine is getting ready to do this. I can't wait.
Hmmmm! I like that, thanks for posting up the link. Getting the itch for a new power plant or turbo myself.


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Hmmmm! I like that, thanks for posting up the link. Getting the itch for a new power plant or turbo myself.
Man, this thing is fool proof and a easy install. Really works good with the 103 with a mild cam like the Andrews 57H. Comes with the intercooler and everything. If I get a wild hair down the road. That's the way I'll go. At highway speeds it will get you 42-46 mpg, maybe more. You got to love that and the fact that you are not beating up the valve train with super high lift cams and high compression engines.
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Save your money and buy you an Aero Charger. Badass and easy on the motor. http://aerocharger.com/turbo-systems...arleydavidson/ A buddy of mine is getting ready to do this. I can't wait.
ORCA engines hold up. They are built right bolts are a short cut.
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How does the bottom end hold up to that kind of bolt in power? I have my motor in pieces right now and it kills me that I don't have the money to deal with the weak link: the stock Harley crank. Followed by the stock Harley compensator.

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