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Old 01-23-2012, 03:41 PM
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Is this an SVX or just a plain old SV
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Look to much like the one I already own

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Hopefully it will have a Whipple Logo or two on the boat somewhere, I was a huge fan of the Whipple 33 several years ago...

Good luck with the build!...
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Its an SV43. I dont know what is plain old about it?
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Its an SV43. I dont know what is plain old about it?
Dan I know your boat is referred to as an SVX. But is'nt that just because it started life as a 40 GTX, and then you guys had some work done making it fully up to date? Sort of a cross between a GTX and SV. Exactly what is the diff. between the last line of GTX boats 40, 43, 51 and the SV's of now?
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Old 01-23-2012, 04:34 PM
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Sweet. 91 octane? That thing should run 158-159 mph on average, 161-162 light load. That is haulin' the mail.
Yup, 91-octane, I wish I had 93 like some of you guys!
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Hopefully it will have a Whipple Logo or two on the boat somewhere, I was a huge fan of the Whipple 33 several years ago...

Good luck with the build!...
The white/silver on the front has "whipple" ghosted in. Its also in engine compartment paint, and will be in the interior a little bit.
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Yup, 91-octane, I wish I had 93 like some of you guys!
We have 95 AKI or R+M/2 (99 RON V-Power) in many marinas and 93 AKI or R+M/2 (97-98 RON) in just about all of them If you don't take our insane gas prices into account, northern europe and scandinavia is a great place for quality fuel.

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Very nice, love the scheme. Anxious to see the final product.
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