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Old 01-06-2006, 11:51 PM
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Regarding noise levels...Dry or Wets... if idiots around where you boat get there panties in a bunch over the noise it won't make a difference.

Unless you come around with the pelt of a baby seal killer they will hate your guts even if you go by their place on the lake powering your ride only by taking a leak behind it.
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Fred, your statement above is completely wrong! Let's look at this situation:

Man, another classless post from CP Performance.
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Old 01-07-2006, 08:52 PM
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Man, another classless post from CP Performance.
After looking at their website at all the marine performance parts they sell, I'm sure they're probably experienced with all the different applications that are available in competetion style racing exhausts.
They should'nt been so eager to jump the gun on sritizing Fred as he was not wrong, he just did'nt explain himself to any great detail so that the individuals that don't have as much experience with what we're talkin about, can't understand.

No big deal. CP should really retract their unappropriate statement tho.
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After looking at their website at all the marine performance parts they sell, I'm sure they're probably experienced with all the different applications that are available in competetion style racing exhausts.
They should'nt been so eager to jump the gun on sritizing Fred as he was not wrong, he just did'nt explain himself to any great detail so that the individuals that don't have as much experience with what we're talkin about, can't understand.

No big deal. CP should really retract their unappropriate statement tho.
I don't quite understand why, but he's been taking cheap shots at Fred since Trick Marine started. There is plenty of business to go around for everyone, but he is making it easy for me to not buy anything from them!!
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I've looked at their website. I did'nt see anything that I would ever be able to use on my boat. Well, the few things they carry, like blocks, etc, I can get for way less through our wholesaler anyway. They don't seem to carry any real hard core performance stuff.

Anyone that gets to the top by giving the people the best bang for their buck, will always have to expect to get critized.

In my eyes, Fred's the best !!! Always gives you an honest answer whether it's what you want to hear or not. He's doing the performance boat group a big favor.
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