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Old 03-11-2007, 02:52 PM
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I was just looking in the classifieds and I peeked into Dragons page and saw probably the sweetest engine room I have ever seen. I spent all last night working on my Kachina getting ready for the season and it is just pitiful compared to this http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o13605-en.html
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Man how do they have it that clean? Were do they run the battery cables and stuff?
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all ran into the hull, look at Adrenalines new v30 with a 700, it's awesome to. wonder why Dragon does'nt do a stagger with all that room,
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all ran into the hull, look at Adrenalines new v30 with a 700, it's awesome to. wonder why Dragon does'nt do a stagger with all that room,
I think the race boat is staggered ?!?!?!
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stagger....
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those are insanely clean!!!!!!!!!!
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I was just looking in the classifieds and I peeked into Dragons page and saw probably the sweetest engine room I have ever seen. I spent all last night working on my Kachina getting ready for the season and it is just pitiful compared to this http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o13605-en.html
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Thats the one we rigged three weeks before the Lauderdale show at Martin Offshore.
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Thats the one we rigged three weeks before the Lauderdale show at Martin Offshore.
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What a fine example of less is better.
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