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Old 11-30-2003, 04:56 PM
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and when does a v hull self right after having been flipped?

I rolled a 38'Activator Super V at Savannah last year and it ended right side up.

It's funny reading articles like that when the author only uses bits and pieces of quotes and embelishes the rest as they feel necessary.
it ended right side up
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Old 11-30-2003, 11:53 PM
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yup, rolled in a turn on the last lap of a 16 lap race, and rolled back up!
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T2x will love that 4 engine Skater the props spin IN and OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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T2x will love that 4 engine Skater the props spin IN and OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
that is to balance it out.......I think
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