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  1. #101
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    Originally posted by 1HYPER1
    So I guess the general consensis is that the Velocity is power to weight ratio the best bang for the buck,SPEED,AND BUILD QUALITY.
    I think the general consensus is that the Velocity is anything BUT a conventional V-bottom, which is what the thread-starter asked.
    Nice boats, but not part of the straight v-bottom clan.
    General consensus appears to still be somewhere between Sutphen and AT.

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    Fastest V

    I bet this thing went ok...

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