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Old 04-28-2006, 11:25 AM
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Steve I'm heartbroken. ........O.K. I'm over it, I'll be in town Monday and Tuesday, where are we going drinking?

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WTF....Reggie Sucks, where is the package we were supposed to have in April, only 3 more Days......I'll be in town Monday, we need to get together.
Good luck, Ive been waiting for a certain package from him since October !!! Oh Bill, wheres my ......
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Old 04-28-2006, 12:36 PM
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Good luck, Ive been waiting for a certain package from him since October !!! Oh Bill, wheres my ......

Yeah, the factory has been a PIA. We'll all go to dinner next week.

Otis- AGAIN, CALL MIKE KOSTO AT 252-975-2000. GIVE HIM THE ADDRESS AND THE PKG WILL GO OUT THE SAME DAY. TELL HIM IT'S FOR ME AND IT WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF.

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Old 04-28-2006, 01:27 PM
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Not for nothin but why has this boat sat for sale for 3 years? Brand New 04'

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It,s way overpowered for that hull.
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Old 04-28-2006, 02:13 PM
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Not for nothin but why has this boat sat for sale for 3 years? Brand New 04'

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Ronnie McD interior colors maybe?
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It,s way overpowered for that hull.
who has been in a 38' TS with that much power or close to that much power????? how can someone say its to much power if you have never been in one. for most of the beginners a 38' with 525's is to much power. I have been in this boat a few times and the throttle response and the acceleration is mind blowing. It is a lot of power and it is not for everyone. but if you want that rush every time you go out this is the boat.

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You can never have enough balls or horse power.
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Anyone with any experience with that hull would not put that kind of power in it. Acceleration is one thing, top speed is another.The TopGun TS hull is not set up properly to handle the speeds that those motors can generate.

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If you're responsible and experienced, its better to have too much power than not enough.
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If you're responsible and experienced, its better to have too much power than not enough.
generally speaking, yes.
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Anyone with any experience with that hull would not put that kind of power in it. Acceleration is one thing, top speed is another.The TopGun TS hull is not set up properly to handle the speeds that those motors can generate.
well if you have never been in one with this kind of power how do you know it won't handle it??? at 118 to 120mph it runs like it is on a string. I don't understand how you are coming up with this opinion?

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