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Old 09-28-2010, 06:58 PM
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LOTO VIDEO (SC32 SPECTRE 50 SEC IN ON VIDEO)

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Damn Now I need more HP Here we go again
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That thing is rock solid and on rails.It could easily handel more horsepower.
Bill Auberlins 32 spectre has 1500 hp motors and it looks solid.
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That thing is rock solid and on rails. It could easily handle more horsepower.
Bill Auberlins 32 spectre has 1500 hp motors and it looks solid.
I agree, the boat's setup looked amazingly stable.

If the ILMOR/Indy boat ran 140+ with 1450 hp, Auberlin should be running 200. He's the man behind the X-Power drive, isn't he?
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I agree, the boat's setup looked amazingly stable.

If the ILMOR/Indy boat ran 140+ with 1450 hp, Auberlin should be running 200. He's the man behind the X-Power drive, isn't he?
a closeup look, on a 30 Skater

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a closeup look, on a 30 Skater

Are they actually selling those X drives or are they still in development? or both
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The SC32 could easily take more HP! It is smooth at 140mph, effortless.
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a closeup look, on a 30 Skater

$70,000 worth.
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a closeup look, on a 30 Skater

Love that boat, Trailer needs a little longer drive gaurd to really serve a purpose though...
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