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Old 07-20-2007, 12:51 PM
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If you head over to Lake Monroe, RIGHT NOW, John and his crew are there testing the Callan C50 for LOTO! Go to the ramp on by I-4
I can't make it, I'm swamped @ work!
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and take a video camera for the rest of us
I can't go either!!!! Workin shows tonight!!! UGH...Oh well, still hope to catch them one day.
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The Bud Select Mystic 50 is awesome. I loved this video.

http://www.mysticpowerboats.com/phot...ube/index.html

The boat is long enough and light enough to run direct drives with struts with a center rudder. Running direct drives would make the package very reliable and damage resistant. Not sure how they trim it though.

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The Bud Select Mystic 50 is awesome. I loved this video.

http://www.mysticpowerboats.com/phot...ube/index.html

The boat is long enough and light enough to run direct drives with struts with a center rudder. Running direct drives would make the package very reliable and damage resistant. Not sure how they trim it though.
The Mystic's BPM surface drives have a trim cylinder in the vertical strut that attaches the aft section of the drive to the hull. It's fully trimable.
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The Mystic's BPM surface drives have a trim cylinder in the vertical strut that attaches the aft section of the drive to the hull. It's fully trimable.
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doesn't the bud boat run trimax's?
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cuda,
If you head over to Lake Monroe, RIGHT NOW, John and his crew are there testing the Callan C50 for LOTO! Go to the ramp on by I-4
I can't make it, I'm swamped @ work!
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I was in Kissimmee most of the day, then I had to rush home to make some calls, and get out a bid before 5pm.

Do you know when they are running it again?
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doesn't the bud boat run trimax's?
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You're correct, my typo, Bud Select is running Trimaxs and Callan is running BPMs.
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ttt, just wondering what everyone thinks now, that the 2007 LOTO Shooout is done.
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Who’s BIG cat would be the fastest, if you put in the same power, (Merc’s 1075 for example) in it:



The New OL 50 cat

The Nor-Tech 50 cat

The MTI 55 cat

Skater's 46 cat

Mystic's 50 cat



And let the manufacturer select the drive that works best with their hull.



Who do you guys think would be “Top Cat”?

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