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Old 11-03-2005, 10:29 AM
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I know they were fuel injected Sterlings, 1200's if I remember right.
What, he couldn't step up on some 1,500's ??
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Old 11-04-2005, 02:09 PM
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I prefered that boat in it's old paint. The all red is real booring up close.

SEMA was good this year, not enough boats but other than that it was good.
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What, he couldn't step up on some 1,500's ??
Not much of a money difference at all but there is definitely a reliability factor.

Dank: How did it idle? Just wondering, not because I would ever be able to get something like that but just in case.
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Old 11-06-2005, 02:56 PM
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Just got back from SEMA (BEMA) "Bling equipment Manufacutrers Association" As a gear and motor head I guess I am slanted, but as a SEMA member I really am dissapointed at the direction this show is going. The space for high performance boats and manufacturers was a disgrace. I think its time for a National High Performance Boat Show. I will be one of the first to sign up for space!

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Old 11-06-2005, 04:33 PM
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any pics of offshoredrillin?
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Old 11-06-2005, 07:43 PM
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and we werent even drinkin yet for that pic... I had a blast hangin out with Sean and Woodsy. they taught me how to gamble, cept I didnt lose as much as Sean did
That MTI in the pics is beautiful...isnt one thing about it I would change.
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ahhh , like this f in picture totally rocks WOW!!
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Just got back from SEMA (BEMA) "Bling equipment Manufacutrers Association" As a gear and motor head I guess I am slanted, but as a SEMA member I really am dissapointed at the direction this show is going. The space for high performance boats and manufacturers was a disgrace. I think its time for a National High Performance Boat Show. I will be one of the first to sign up for space!

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I have to agree, for 15 years I have been going to the SEMA show...I work for CEC who is the importer of highend accessories for MB, BMW, PORSCHE, FERRARI, and we also import an Italian wheel brand too and quite honestly it is sad what this show has become...years ago when you went to this show it was made up of some very exclusive products, and now it is literally halls of wheels, and copy after copy, everything looks the same

The marine segment 3 or 4 years ago was way better than this last, one would think it would have been bigger and better, but unfortunately that was not the case

Again this year Randy from MTI brought out some eye candy, he seems to be a big supporter of coming to the show, too bad the SEMA officials did not do more to promote his support, they had him off at the end of the parking lot where if you could not see past the stupid DUB trucks, then you did not see the boat

Oh well, maybe they will make it better next year

Thanks for letting me rant a little
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