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Old 08-10-2010, 11:39 AM
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With all the splashing and changes it's just going to be called the Mystery from now on
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Old 08-10-2010, 12:07 PM
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Following this post and pics: 1. No one answered about the Geico boat having an issue. 2. You mention this JBS boat has issues with the the Turbine rigging, delamination and now prop shaft. Does the Mystic have a foam core that can not support its own weight on a trailer?

Seems like a lot of aggravation.
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the USS Misery!

Jeff and I are only joking about it right now because after 3 years JBS Racing is going in the right direction.
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Geico has had many issues. They owned that boat prior to the JBS boat. Look how long it took them to get her running correctly.

2 the foam coring was not bonded correctly. It is not supported via the manufactures specs.

John is not doing the work himself. Not possible on something this large. From being at Donzi I can tell you we made massive changes on the bottom that required a lot of grunt work. I would leave to come back to find the did something else, even having clear instructions from me! Having steve Simon there it was cake. When he passed it was like pulling teeth! I now feel the same with Peter. I have NEVER heard some come out of peters mouth like; because we do it that way. You know nothing. I have done this way longer. You here clear concise explinations of what his idea we do vs mine.
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MICHAEL PETERS YACHT DESIGN
Callan 43': In 2002, fromer World Champion (1997) 'Jolly Motor' was purchased by an American and outfitted with 2 X 3,000 HP turbines. It was the first offshore boat in history to break 200 mph, posting a maximum speed of 209 mph. The boat was later copied by Mystic Powerboats.
Right from the Michael Peters website.
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I might have posted too soon-maybe it should be Mistake
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I might have posted too soon-maybe it should be Mistake
Maybe your next boat should be a Skater...
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..........skater?
Dave Scott/John Tomlinson
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