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Old 08-15-2002, 02:04 PM
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The pics look really good, can't wait to see pics of it running. I love the profile ofthe boat EXCEPT the stern deck extension. If I were buying one I would want the straight chopped off stern- I am a traditionalist.

Keep us posted Sean.

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Old 08-15-2002, 02:26 PM
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I like the looks of the steps. I think the smaller non-ventilated steps are there to keep as much of the air trapped under the bottom as possible. great profile.
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Old 08-16-2002, 01:25 AM
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There was a post on here wondering what I thought.

What do you think?

Doodads, thinga ma humps, front of the boat has compound curves, aft section looks like it was designed with a ruler....by a different person.........................................

All in all another attempt to be "different".........

Bet it would run a LOT better if you carried the original bow design all the way to the rear.........

But what do I know...I'm obsolete




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Old 08-16-2002, 02:02 AM
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tx2 and scarabs...obsolete. its a sad day. Chin up son!

Bottom looks real busy, no really, real busy.
Trying to accomplish to much in my eyes.
I love the smaller ones, I am sure I will love this one as well.
Good luck with testing!!!
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Sweet looking hull!!!!!!! She sure has some rocker in her if she run's she sure will run nose hi!!!!!!!
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Old 08-16-2002, 09:29 AM
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Good, bad or mediocre - it's great to see people pushing the envelope. New R&D will help us all. Good Luck with the hull.

Jennifer - ride from OC to Annapolis is long. Assuming a cruise speed of 45 to 50 mph, a stop half way for fuel, food and combing ones hair - it is approximately 4 hours. Annapolis, however, is a great boating area.

T2X - you should not hold your punches. You need to be more direct and really tell us how you feel ( we luv ya man ).

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Question hhhmmmmm....

Am I not seeing things the right way, or is this a carbon copy of the Nor-Tech ??
Just wonderin'
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Question one more

is it me ?
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Old 08-16-2002, 12:41 PM
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Default another Nor-tech

Are my eyes playing tricks on me ?
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Old 08-17-2002, 11:27 PM
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Hey guys. The Lynch Mob Cigarette is awaiting parts to repair a broken drive, so we raced the new 39' Kryptonite in place of the Cigarette in Point Pleasant this past Friday. The boat is owned by my throttleman, Bill Purnell, and it was driven by Mark Henderson. The boat ran extremely well and was very impressive. It traded blows with the Rio Roses Fountain for second place until the left engine encountered some problems and forced the boat out of the race in lap 5 of 9. I cannot say enough about the boat. I personally was not sold on the bottom design until I saw the boat run. Granted, the water was on the rough side, but the box stock Kryptonite pleasure boat was hanging with one of Fountain's hot rods! I was impressed. I will post pictures after I get them developed tomorrow.
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