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Old 07-18-2006, 11:01 AM
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...she pulls her wait and...
It's "weight" Shakespeare... Did you miss 3rd grade by any chance?
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It's "weight" Shakespeare... Did you miss 3rd grade by any chance?
His English is so poor...
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His English is so poor...
lmao, it makes my eyes bleed, pretty bad when the FC's write better english than the locals
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GLH,

How do you like your new Tiger with the Zul's & # 6's? Looks like a real nice ride. Any speed #'s?

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GLH,

How do you like your new Tiger with the Zul's & # 6's? Looks like a real nice ride. Any speed #'s?

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GL's ride is awesome! Went for a ride on His boat last weekend, 92 MPH on hand held GPS, Flat waters, very hot and humid... That boat should easily hit high 90's with CIGARETTE conditions : And I mean Rough waters!

And just like Jeremy says when looking at the rooster tail : Man... There's lot's of things happening back there!

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Old 07-18-2006, 02:09 PM
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You guys kill me...

I wasn't 100% this morning... What can I say other than, some people run their boats and stay out late when the temp is 95 degrees.
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GL's ride is awesome! Went for a ride on His boat last weekend, 92 MPH on hand held GPS, Flat waters, very hot and humid... That boat should easily hit high 90's with CIGARETTE conditions : And I mean Rough waters!
JS I haven't ridden in the new Tiger to compare... How would you compare it to the 90's ride in Charlie's 38 Fountain.
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JS I haven't ridden in the new Tiger to compare... How would you compare it to the 90's ride in Charlie's 38 Fountain.
Two different animals... Can't compare... Since when can you compare a Fountain to a Cigarette anyway?
The 42 Tiger is a much bigger boat it feels solid and runs like a train that nothing can stop

I was also really and I mean it, really impressed by Charlie's Fountain. It's very powerful and fast

Depending on the conditions, the speeds would probably be comparable... Both claim 90's

I think the real difference would be noticeable in Offshore and rough waters conditions. In these conditions, my vote goes for the Cigarette hands down.

Still, I have to be conservative with my comments, Charlie offered me to bring some Castrol super clean for my boat
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...stay out late when the temp is 95 degrees.
Like Saturday when you shined by your absence...
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