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Old 07-31-2011, 10:04 PM
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Default Talk about a set of kahunas!!

I just stole this link from another thread on here because I thought it was worthy of it's own thread.

This guy has a late 1970's glastron Carlson cvx-16 running 125 mph.
The whole video is worth watching start to finish

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=89e_1310693288
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He sure does have some big ones!

That's incredible, any one know where that takes place, looks like a fun event.
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I think it's cool because my dad still is the original owner of a 1978 glastron Carlson cvx 16. His is an outboard and is still in use In fact I was on it today but he has some how over the years acquired a few others that are in disrepair but is now thinking he wants to restore his 18 ft cvz 18 open bow after seeing that video
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Impressive!
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Best comment in the video:

"This boat is not specialize for 125mph."
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Stock? I don't think 800hp can be considered stock, but still pretty impressive.
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Stock? I don't think 800hp can be considered stock, but still pretty impressive.
I think they were referring to the hull
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More balls than a chinese ping-pong tournament.


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I think it's impressive how close. They are allowed to whip past the dock. Minimal room for error especially with so little of the boat in the water, if any at all
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This video is I would gather from the late 80's early 90's shot in Quebec Canada. Check all the mullets!

Way too fast in way to small a boat... any of them...
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