Will someone please bring the rule book Sunday. This way I can make sure I am running this event legally.
I've said it once and I'll say it again. Every boat is going to have its strong points. Some are strong in rough, some are strong in calm. There are boats set up for top speed and some set up for acceleration.
My point is a guy will have to bring at least a couple of boats to do all of this. You want to play acceration and calm come mess with the 21'. You want to play rough water and top end. Go play with the AO. I will say this. When Matt gets on here with his 32' w/ #6's. A few of you want to talk it down like it should not be apart of this event. That boat does not count. That his boat has no hard work put into it. He must of forked out $300,000 and it was turn key. Well I will say this. I built that [email protected] boat and spent 2 years tuning and tweaking it. It runs some impressive numbers, but that doesn't mean a thing, it was turn key. I think it runs 45mph. That is 8 mph faster than my 21'.
Again I ask, for all of you who shoot down myself and a few others on here. How many of you guys own 100mph+ boats, or in the marine business or run on a pro boat circuit. Nobody has bothered to reply. By the way a lot of you talk. You should be able to reply to at least one of these.
One more thing. I see guys posting a bunch of this my friend my uncle's boat crap. Bring your boat!! If your uncle or friend comes, let them tell us about how fast they are.