drop it off a cliff and it might.
yup.. and drill it out a bit and there is no cheeper way to pic up 25 mphOriginally posted by Cord
That's the advantage of those pitot tube speedos!
EVEN IF IT COULD there is NO Hydraulic steering
which is NUTS !!!!
ok will this 29 baja with 454 mags stock do 81
If i put a chip in my PSD !!!
(in my best Al Borlan voice) . . . . "uhhh . . . .i dont think so Tim"
looks like a nice package for the money though.
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Hi Brian ... Maybe mid 70s for the Baja. The 29 Outlaw has a lot of room and is a decent setup with that power.
You would need 30 " maybe 32" Bravos to do that and unless he's sprinning his engines to the moon , he won't do 90 with those props
You can never have too much horsepower or money...It's just hard to have both.
Looks like a nice package, but 90.....90....90...ah,ha,ha,ha, ha, ha.
80 is more like it on a good day.
I e-mailed the seller and he confirmed the speed. I also asked what props and he said they are 25p 3 blades.
I know someone with a 38 Formula with 540s, stellings boxes. He said that he was told it is tough to get a Fomula over 80 mph because they have a hook. Is this true?
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