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Old 03-20-2002, 11:17 AM
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Nope not tellin......

I see 8-12 MPH in my future though.......
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Old 03-20-2002, 11:26 AM
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Bought a faster one last Fall for the A.P.B.A OUTLAW class goes 70+. That meens I'm selling the 'GREY GHOST' comes complete,40 4cyl. mariner (change carbs it's a 50) 2 S.S. props tanks all rigged, pit/garage trailer, road trailer,other stuff. Ready to Rock and Roll $3500.00
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Old 03-20-2002, 11:28 AM
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Just for clarification thats my new one w/ the flag.
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Old 03-20-2002, 11:57 AM
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I took a demo at metro beach on one of those a few years back. I've wanted one ever since, I've seen you out in muscamoot alot, I remember the inflateable, and the shiny skull cap. See That would make a good trade along with some $$ for the redline, cuz I need one of those to play on behind my place!
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2nd, 3rd, and 4th pictures were up at Indian river, right?
I'm going to assume that was during the race, since I doubt anyone could get away with blasting down the river on a normal afternoon . HAve they always ran an inflatable class, or is this something new? Been meaning to check out the races for quite some time now. Is it better to watch from the shor, or lake?

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I saw some of them on TV racing through the surf around a bouyed course.
Is that what you do?
Looked like they were running 40 horse Johnson's.
Those guys were catching some serious air!
Looked like fun.
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Old 03-20-2002, 01:49 PM
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Yes, that is Indian River we run in August they had us go 40 miles round trip east-west to Mullet lake, 2-3's into Cheboygan turn around and beat the pi$$ out of yourself back to I-75 at Indian River for the first day finish (big wind from Lake Huron) to the West as the front approached from the North. Day 2 we went North into Burt Lake(storm with wind only, directly Southerly huge waves all diamond&rogue) giving us 3-5's to just hang on and don't lift,the person up-front is the ballast, we used an extra 5 gal. fuel on the second day just 'cause the amount of air time just getting up to the Crooked River around that a few times (shallow lake big waves) then back to finish, hopefully, at Burt Lake State park a total of 80 miles round trip in 2 days....... Yeah Baby!!!......... I will say those guys that run those little outboard Hydro's and Runabouts have the real Kahunas. The best part of the year is we get to race at Bay City with all the P.R.O.P tour guys, and at the Gold Cup Hydrofest with the big dogs as a filler class. Those guys are 'real' racers. Just havin' fun.
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Nice boat!!!!
My neighbor has one. Took me for a ride and scared the hell out of me. His is made by DUX (I think). He takes it to our local hangout. He can stand it on end at crawl speed. What a chick magnet .
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The first little BAHAHA......I pass this summer is gonna have a picture taken of it and I'm gonna put YOUR face in it.....



Go on keep talkin smack man.......my little plan is coming together just nicely......


God that's gonna be funny as hell.........You talkin all that **** and be waxed by a Bayliner!!!!!!
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