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Old 10-21-2007, 09:16 PM
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Is it true that you sold the Playboy because you couldnt handle Baja building a 35 faster than yours?
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That would be fun to watch an 01 36' outlaw run with the 01 playboy. But, then again, I guess no one ever wants to compare apples to apples.

For me I'd like to see what those 35' s can do when it gets rough. I saw the pokerface pics from Chicago last year and it looks like she flew pretty well and pretty level (I suppose it has as much to do with the driver as the boat). Without being in the boat it is tough to say what kind of beating the crew did or didn't take.
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That would be fun to watch an 01 36' outlaw run with the 01 playboy. But, then again, I guess no one ever wants to compare apples to apples.

For me I'd like to see what those 35' s can do when it gets rough. I saw the pokerface pics from Chicago last year and it looks like she flew pretty well and pretty level (I suppose it has as much to do with the driver as the boat). Without being in the boat it is tough to say what kind of beating the crew did or didn't take.
It was rough in Grand Haven, but the boat handled well. Alot of boats didnt finish that day. We had fun when the chopper came along snapping pics!
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That would be fun to watch an 01 36' outlaw run with the 01 playboy. But, then again, I guess no one ever wants to compare apples to apples.

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apples to apples?

comparing a cig to a baja

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Old 10-22-2007, 01:18 AM
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We paced the lucky 7's boat at about 108-110, and then we went by him. He said he was doin 95 (BS), and had the wrong props on (more BS), but he was able to get by a 42 fountain with a pair of 900's........ and a few others. Just a first hand experience. Say what you will about Baja and how they are not known for speed, that Lucky 7's boat is no slouch.

By biggest question is, does that boat have stock blower pulleys and a stock ECM on it?

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Lucky Seven is Bad Ass, Baja is stepping up and building some great boats. We ran beside Lucky Seven in Ft Pierce great boat. I think they were running very High 90's that day with 6 aboard.

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The 35 Outlaw is the real deal ,,, and ,, does it really matter what ECU or pulleys it has on it ,, I mean come on ,, ask Reggie if he changed anything when he goes racing ,,, go up and down the docks and smell the Cam II at any major Poker Run ,,, The Lucky 7 boat rocks ,,, it is very fast and stable for a 35 foot boat ,,, and forget about the steps ,, its not about how fast the boat is ,,, its about how the boat goes fast ,, and the Lucky 7 boat does that well !!

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Old 10-22-2007, 10:29 AM
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I rode on it back in June, ran 99 with
6 on board

Here's what Hawkeye got out of theirs
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