Didn't the Baccardi boat run with #6's with the skegs cut off and rudder?
Put your best foot forward!
Reggie will use the turbo motors the Sterling need to be rebuilt before they are used again. The problem was not the 6 drives, he needed a boat longer than 40' this cut down 47' will get the job done.
Well, JC Perf and Taboo have conflicting theory's....hummm so which is it guys?
Fountain Ad in Feb's Hot Boat Mag:
"The 47 Fountain on ...."
".....World Champion in Super Vee Unlimited and garnered first overall, averaging speeds of 150 mph with bursts approaching 170."
"While one certain boat builder continuously makes fraudulent claims of speed...."
Same Magazine and edition page 98:
"Driven to Perfection"
Mike Seebold and David Knight drove the 44' Fountain to capture the World Championship for Super Vee Unlimited averaging 93.78 mph, 103.21 mph, and 100.66 mph during three days of competition.
So which is it guys ??? A 44 or a 47 ?
150 average or somewhere around 100 ???
If Fountain wasn't there to see OL run, how can he prove they didn't reach their mark ?
Don't worry though, he will get to see the OL speed this season.....
Destin was just a preview of what is yet to come....
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