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Old 11-22-2003, 01:14 PM
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Ok, we'll see if this one works.

Bear with me here..
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Old 11-22-2003, 05:54 PM
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WTF???
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Old 11-22-2003, 06:11 PM
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Oh he's talking about the flux capaciter on the go-go machine, in which can reach untrasonic speeds in excess of 500 mph on platonimum. Plus platonimum is getting scare and if there is no platonimum for the go-go machine that means no go for the go-go and stuck on land with no go. Then the ultrasonic speeds come into effect whenhe wants to go back in time to the real offshore race era. When the offshore was offshore racing and not like todays circus acts. But before you go back to those era's you need to take into account the effects of the performance loss of the veesel that changes with you.. these days fast is fast but back then fast was 70 mph.. But it all leads back too the battle of the ocean vrs. man kind and kick ass offshore vessels built with pride, heart and lots of time.. the fight is with the ocean not the racers... its man against ocean... Big power solid boats and big balls will get the job done.. Today anybody can have big power, but they have no idea how to fix anything... plus a big thing is arctic cat snowmobiles are no good and are made by bayliner boats. So you know what that means.... Then it all comes back to drive systems.. which is better, faster more efficent... jets are slow.. v drives are fast.. stern drives are stable and fast.. and surface drives take the cake for being just kickass.. then there is cubic inches and how mouch should be run.. well if you mulitply your age by 6 and then add the year of your first car divided y the women you have slept with ( ladies if you have slept with women let us know ASAP) you will get your cubic inches. the for carb CFMS. you need to take the exhaust of the ass, minus the hot air outta the mouth add together and minus 1500. CYlinder heads its all bout flowing the air good and fast to make power to transfer to the coupler which transfers to the drive then to the propeller that is hooked into the water that ofcourse is lab finished by houston propelller and your slip is down too zero.. So when the next big dog comes next to you, you can trim it up, slam the sticks and smoke that prick... by then you thinkin in your head what new motor combo will work.. more power?.. more torque??? Will I gain speed.. its al a big circle.. blah blah blah I could go on forever,,. but no one has enough money for me to babble on unless your into small blocks then its a whoel different story.. cause you knwo the real motors are small block chevys N/A buitl to the hilt screaming at 10,00 throwing roosters all over the other guys.. plues then comes into play is the water patrol is after you for screaming by them at a mach 2 with a life vest on and a nekkid chick sitting on your face while your driving.. it all gets complicated and you end up going to jail and meeting bubba who is audiofn;s best freind...

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I think you just summed up a typical Apache thread!
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Old 11-22-2003, 06:37 PM
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really... maybe I should go into writing books LOL!

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Old 11-22-2003, 10:02 PM
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Travis I never knew that you were so enlightened.

do you think you could explain the meaning of life.
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Old 11-22-2003, 10:29 PM
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do you think you could explain the meaning of life.
Meaning of life??? Its OSO duh
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Old 11-23-2003, 11:06 AM
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The pic should be loading now.....

Someone requested old photos of Betty Cook and I found this one in a scrapbook.

I have a bunch from "the faded glory" days and will try to post a few.

I'm not that great with the scanner, hence the "bear with me".

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Cool shot! Keep the pictures coming.
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