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Old 12-11-2005, 12:51 PM
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I am sworn to secrecy on that one!!!

Sort of like being on the Apprentice, no one can give out the details until the show airs....
no secret, they will be there too next year....
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no secret, they will be there too next year....
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windows are too big....
Hmmm?
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Weight means nothing in the Fountains.They go faster with weight in the noses.

Then let Fountain add the 700lbs instead of Scater - oh wait that wouldn't be fair
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Hmmm?
i am not saying there are wrong, just in the overall safety aspect, you don't want windows that big in a canopy.. look at the new MTI's and you will see where i am coming from... they are the weakest spot on the canopy system...
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Then let Fountain add the 700lbs instead of Scater - oh wait that wouldn't be fair
The Skater in Texas was within 100 lbs of the Fountain.
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The Skater in Texas was within 100 lbs of the Fountain.
and he was in second place behind the skater until he broke...
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Sean,
The windows may look bigger than they seem from the outside.
Look at the pics from the inside, and the actual hole cut outs are much smaller.
Plus they have quite a bit of angle and thickness to them as well...
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Sean,
The windows may look bigger than they seem from the outside.
Look at the pics from the inside, and the actual hole cut outs are much smaller.
Plus they have quite a bit of angle and thickness to them as well...
i saw the inside pics, that is what caught my attention, how much bigger they are than they need to be... some of the newer boats i have seen being built are in the 8-10 inch range... but you can still see everything.. too each their own, but for the highspeed runs i would want the smallest window i could make work, they collapse way too easy..
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i am not saying there are wrong, just in the overall safety aspect, you don't want windows that big in a canopy.. look at the new MTI's and you will see where i am coming from... they are the weakest spot on the canopy system...

cutting edge from MTI - You can NEVER be too careful!!!!

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