View Poll Results: Single engine - how much power?
200-300
11
4.30%
300-400
40
15.63%
400-500
64
25.00%
500-600
57
22.27%
600-700
41
16.02%
700-800
20
7.81%
800-900
9
3.52%
900-1000
4
1.56%
1000-1100
3
1.17%
1100-1200
7
2.73%
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Old 12-20-2002, 02:37 PM
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Default Single engine, how much power?

If you have a single engine boat, vote for your power range here. If you have a twin or triple engine boat vote on the twin or triple engine power poll.

I will post a graph of total boat HP vs. the # of OSO members. We will also find out how much total HP is under the control of OSO members!

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Old 12-20-2002, 02:53 PM
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Whipplecharger 502 - 600+ hp
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Old 12-20-2002, 02:56 PM
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Stock 454 Mag (385 HP), pushes my boat to 74-75 GPS.
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650 hp...It's not the biggest baddest motor, but it scoots my little Baja right along
Sorry you have to turn your head to the right....I couldn't reduce it virticle
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What if you have several? Vote more than once? Post the most?
I know alot of you guys have multiple boats for all occasions.
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675hp pushes my tank to 81 on gps
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Are we voting for what we got? What we tell everyone what we got? or what we are wishing we had?

Remember, there is NO such thing as TOO MUCH Horsepower!
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