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Old 06-29-2008, 03:18 AM
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Old 06-29-2008, 08:59 AM
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That will depend on several things. Weather, perhaps if someone comes with enough money to bet him, if any fast boats decide to come challenge him, and if the partners in his project approve of him breaking 100 at this time...

WTF Now he needs his partners approaval to run his boat.
What's next his Mommy won't let him come out on Sunday cause his apartment, errrr, her basement has to be cleaned up before he can go out and play.

Trippy, you started this whole mess by yourself, man up and finish it......

Run 101.01 MPH or disappear.
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Old 06-29-2008, 09:06 AM
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First hand weather report....

Toms River at a high performance Marina is "flat as a pancake"
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Anxiously awaiting the non-results in Mich...
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Old 06-29-2008, 09:39 AM
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Is anybody really going to go out and watch this tool run 85 in a 22' boat? If that's fascinating to anyone, you should spend more time at your local lakes & reservoirs. It's a continual occurence all weekend on the ponds around here.
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Is anybody really going to go out and watch this tool run 85 in a 22' boat? If that's fascinating to anyone, you should spend more time at your local lakes & reservoirs. It's a continual occurence all weekend on the ponds around here.
Later today I'm going to the drag strip to watch a Mavrick make a 22 second @ 53 mph pass.
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Later today I'm going to the drag strip to watch a Mavrick make a 22 second @ 53 mph pass.
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Good point- I had a buddy who LOVED stock class drag racing. One day he shows up with a Mazda Cosmo. Somehow the NHRA rules had a loophole that the rotary fit into very well. The swept volume of the rotary chamber was very small, but it fired more than once per crankshaft revolution. As such, it made twice the power of piston engines with the same on-paper displacement. He brought home trophies every week. He was so proud.

But like we kept telling him, "Dude, you're racing a 140 horse Mazda". Talk about porking your cousin.
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Word from the scene is that the douche bag is going out now to make the attempt.
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Hope he wears his lanyard.
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