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Old 10-07-2010, 07:58 PM
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Hey Dave, thanks for the OK. I figured you wouldn't mind, plus to not share that video (and the the others) with such awesome editing and footage would just be a shame.

You guys are doing great things over on your site, keep it up!

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PS, sending cameras to Brandon (BLee) is a smart move...They don't fock around out there (where's those big air pics Brandon??). You'll definately get some good footage for the site!
This is exactly what I was thinking! Could be some very cool videos.

Dave, the video's look awesome, great editing job!

I need to get a go pro I think (my videos would be comparatively awful though)
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Note: Before anyone asks at 1:19 the autronic computer reset and shut down the motor for a split second. All the guys running the old SSMV drives and autronic could never work out why mid race the drive would grenade itslf...... this was why!
Can you explain?
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Can you explain?
Some of the older Autronic ECU's had a glitch where they would reach a certain amount of hours of log time then do some internal reset or something. This reset if/when it occurred with the engine running would cause the engine to momentarily for want of a better word hiccup as all ignition was cut for a split second.
Sometimes if you where lucky it would happen at idle and you would barely recognise what had just happen. But if it occurred at or near wide open throttle you would get a very violent yet brief loss of power. (exactly what happened at 1min 19sec of my video)
The SSMV drives (being underated for the 1500 odd hp already) would be destroyed by such events when the load suddenly come off and then tried to be reapplied with full force by the hiccuping engine.
Autronic long ago fixed this problem with all new models. however for a long time everyone running their ecu were forever re building SSMV drives.
For those with the leg boats they never realised what had just happened cause they would feel the instant loss of power and instantanious drive failure all at once and just assume the drive couldnt handle the power. In truth it was all along the autronic reseting itself.
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What happened to this vid? It shows up as private now.
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Old 08-16-2011, 12:17 AM
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This little beauty made me think of this thread.


[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkhTwajcCGw[/YOUTUBE]
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Thats BadA$$...would like to see the very first vid.
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Wow.
I'm not familiar at all with the set up of these boats. Foot throttle I understand, but what is the pedal on the left and the stick on the floor?
That is the clutch pedal and the stick shift.
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Old 08-17-2011, 12:21 PM
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[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABfNXzW5P54&feature=player_embedded[/YOUTUBE]

Here's the original video...Remix'd
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