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Old 06-10-2009, 03:56 PM
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who will win if nobody breaks


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Old 06-10-2009, 03:59 PM
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We all know the answer to that question ...

BUT just so you know, I am coming to LSU/FL this year equipped with my camera for the SOLE PURPOSE of catching you in the most embarrassing picture I can get.

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My money is on Pure Platinum

IMO - The only chance Gino has is if it is super rough and long distance. Even then I still think PP can do it.

Besides the video system on PP is super cool that that should count for something.

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Just curious... why do you think rough water is going to give Gino an advantage?
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Just curious... why do you think rough water is going to give Gino an advantage?
It seems like the longer heaver MTI would have an advantage in rough water, maybe not but it would make sense.

I still think PP would win I was just saying.

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I figured that was why ...

In actuality the MTI has a 4 ft bussel on the back making the actual running surface of the boat somewhere around 39 ft. The 388 skater has a 38 ft running surface and is around 40 ft overall to the back of the tunnel if im not mistaken.

Not busting your chops, just clarifying that these are similar sized boats.
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To me that MTI looks much bigger than PP. I guess it is just a bulkier design.
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I figured that was why ...

In actuality the MTI has a 4 ft bussel on the back making the actual running surface of the boat somewhere around 39 ft. The 388 skater has a 38 ft running surface and is around 40 ft overall to the back of the tunnel if im not mistaken.

Not busting your chops, just clarifying that these are similar sized boats.
Interesting, didn't know that!!

I thought they were much different size. Do you know the weight difference?

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