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Old 04-16-2008, 02:10 PM
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Default My buddys 800hp Seadoo

Actually 2 400+hp merc v6's ..... this is for real who's crazy enough to drive it?
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I dunno, but I'd like to be there when they do.
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ill do it! does the jet still work or is it only those 2 props?
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The jet is for steering and general running around w/out props attached.....if you really want to go fast just stick the prop back on.
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I dunno, but I'd like to be there when they do.
I'm with Ron on that one!
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should be fun...i will give it a go...
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I would love to hear some # on that thing, I am not sure the props can get enough bite on the water, but I would like to find out??
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I'd be more afraid to get back on the thing with those props than falling off it.Mike
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Post up some videos of it runnig in the shop and then when he gets it in the water....Wow
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I will post more. It is quite an undertaking, custom gear boxes, engine mounting not to mention wiring and dual throttle setup. hopefully by June, it's been a all winter project.
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