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Old 12-02-2011, 02:58 AM
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Default Thanks Fred K. for posting your adventure in the 1350'd 50' Cig to KW!

AWESOME VIDEO!! Thanks Fred. I can't believe they let Gino on that boat though with his luck!!

[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piJaXmXmHpQ[/YOUTUBE]
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That vid is outstanding.
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great vid, incredible numbers to btw.
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This leaves me wondering what the actual travel time was?
Its roughly what, 115 miles from Miami, travel time hour and a half, 2 hours? How much time was spent in NO WAKE ZONES?
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Impressive how he does that with no sunglasses on.
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IMPRESSIVE Looked like a smooth ride
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This leaves me wondering what the actual travel time was?
Its roughly what, 115 miles from Miami, travel time hour and a half, 2 hours? How much time was spent in NO WAKE ZONES?
Its a lot farther than 115 from Miami to Key West probably close to 180. after you get out of Miami its wide open except for when you pull into Gilberts.
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What a ride! Is the whistling sound from the turbochargers spooling up?
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