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Old 06-06-2006, 11:07 PM
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That boat is sick, sick, sick....

Congrats!
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:35 AM
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That boat is sick, sick, sick....

Congrats!
Thanks alot Niel, nice seeing you out there.

We hit 82 knots (gps was set in knots and I only figured how to change it to mph last night) which is around 94mph. Once I learn to trim it and a little more chop out there it should hit the speeds advertised.

How was the roosertail?
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:37 AM
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Thanks alot Niel, nice seeing you out there.

We hit 82 knots (gps was set in knots and I only figured how to change it to mph last night) which is around 94mph. Once I learn to trim it and a little more chop out there it should hit the speeds advertised.

How was the roosertail?
Wheres some video?
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:49 AM
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Ask Nick this weekend I am sure he'll have some!
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94? are you sure you're ready to be running up near the front of the pack GL?

Looks great, good luck with her.
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Post #77 is my latest screen saver

Absolutely the perfect looking motors. #1 BLOWERS!, beautiful (perfect) valve cover and flame arrestor colors, the sweeping headers, braided lines with the Russell (AN??whatever) fittings and various billet anodized bracket accessories ... A+ in my book.

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GL, when you bringin that bad boy to LOTO

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Old 06-07-2006, 11:20 AM
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Anybody want a great deal on the former GLH 42?
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Ask Nick this weekend I am sure he'll have some!
I'll be sure to get some...as long as the weather holds out. Can't wait to see it/hear it.
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Absolutely the perfect looking motors. #1 BLOWERS!, beautiful (perfect) valve cover and flame arrestor colors, the sweeping headers, braided lines with the Russell (AN??whatever) fittings and various billet anodized bracket accessories ... A+ in my book.

Yes they are, and I bet they sound awesome too
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