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Old 02-23-2006, 09:10 PM
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Sean -

Funniest post I've read here in a while...I'm still cracking up!

Later on bro'

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Old 02-23-2006, 09:49 PM
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Touched a nerve didnt I bro......put your money on the table I can back up my part since I only have to cover $8,000.00 at the max according to you, however in reality you need to cover roughly $40,000.00 you pick whoever to hold the cash and we will go from there. Nykamps 41 previously owned by ApachePete was the fastest one out there at 104-106 mph so whats your secret stud. Oh I know the ion thrust mizer machine whirlygig gives you all the magic yeah right. BTW I have a bridge for sale too.........
zul will tell what the boat ran. 110 with 1100hp. just bring the boat an the gun. an who's money you want to lose. byrdman will hold the money.
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Old 02-23-2006, 09:55 PM
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zul will tell what the boat ran. 110 with 1100hp. just bring the boat an the gun. an who's money you want to lose. byrdman will hold the money.
Even though i think Paul is a Hard-on i will back him cause ive seen 111 out of Racer Jacks boat with a little over 1100 HP.I might add some action in the Byrd pot
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You get what you pay for. this is for sale not cheap. 1550 hp. sterlings . #6 drives new headers. 6 man seat new paint run's 118mph world's fastest apache ever. $250,000 turn key. $110,000 hull an deck. those boats on line need work for that price $75,000 .you will put $150,000 in to them an still have nothing. that is why they are for sale with no power.If the boat don't have #6 drives stay away.
Are you faster than Stella out of Brigintine? Understand he has 1400hp + per side, he definitely has the seat (I mean bolster) time to hang it out if required.
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Are you faster than Stella out of Brigintine? Understand he has 1400hp + per side, he definitely has the seat (I mean bolster) time to hang it out if required.
stella has 1000 per side heavy boat .sean know's everything. that is why he is a boat slave

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Old 02-24-2006, 08:29 AM
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i think predator has potential... and is along the lines of what i am looking for! Someones gotta take me on a ride in an apache!
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Old 02-24-2006, 08:35 AM
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How fast is wicked won? Saber right? and who is the guy that says he can lay up a 41or 42 hull?
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Old 02-24-2006, 08:38 AM
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Can anyone send me a link to a thread with some 41 apache speeds or post some numbers for 41 apaches!... hp drives ect... I'm considering a project 41 and want an idea of where i would need to be hp range! A good friend of mine has 2 aluminum Donovan 658 ci. about 800 hp detuned with low compression and modest timing and i want to see if it would be worth my time.... all i want is 95! how much power......... with 6s . help me out guys, i will not go back to a fountain!

How about a 43 Nor-Tech w/ 900's.
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900 Nor-Tech engines that is.......
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has anyone seen predator lately that could give me an over all opinion of its condition? I understand the boat is an 87 and i plan on restoration! The boat looks to be in good shape from the pics, but that never means anything?
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