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Old 07-03-2010, 07:52 AM
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Holy sh!t!!!

And yes, I know...No life vests....

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[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUj2kbR7r5s"]YouTube- Lynch 3 Camera Full Ride[/YOUTUBE]
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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?
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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?
Good question.

Anyone know how all that works??
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I have them used for a single cavitation plate across the transom so they can quickly adjust the bow down.
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Default Cavitation plate.

The handle between your knees changes the 'home' position of the plate. The foot pedal allows quick changes from the home position...... down pedal = down plate. Helps to plant the boat.
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the only good thing is the river isnt that wide they would find the bodys easy
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holy ****, how fast we're they going? That has to be one wild ass ride
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I don't care what kind'a boat you have...You gotta love this video!!

I agree! Thanks for sharing.
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