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Old 08-13-2016, 10:04 AM
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..... and the boat has A bone stock 496/425 West coast Sweden.

http://www.hamnen.se/artiklar/spekta...poker-run.html
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Not sure I recall the last time I have done a poker run for fun in full race gear but very cool and fun non-the less
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Old 08-13-2016, 12:09 PM
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Think this is a race boat/team...love these hulls!

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Those crazy Swedes take their poker runs seriously!
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My spine hurts now!!
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Activator running good in the rough is not a shocker...great boats, in fact all the Long Island boats are/were tough sumbiches.
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I could only see one other go fast in the pack. The boat running with him in the first couple minutes appears to be an old Bayliner with an outboard about the size of a 100-150.
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OH my !!!!

BTW: Did anyone else catch AJ Fisher cruising by at 5:08 ?
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Originally Posted by NitroSun View Post
I could only see one other go fast in the pack. The boat running with him in the first couple minutes appears to be an old Bayliner with an outboard about the size of a 100-150.
I'm not sure if the one on the left is a Bayliner or a performance boat, but the owner has kept the bottom of the hull sparkling clean.
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Originally Posted by SB View Post
OH my !!!!

BTW: Did anyone else catch AJ Fisher cruising by at 5:08 ?
I've gotta tell ya, I'm way jealous of this!! AWESOME run by those guys!
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