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Old 01-16-2004, 01:22 PM
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I hope not - haha. I might be going to LOTO sometime soon to look at a boat. What's up? BH

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I have a buddy here in KY with a Prototype. I'm not sure of the year (98 or 99). Nice looking boat.

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Old 01-16-2004, 03:28 PM
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388 that's hoghead's boat on this thread - Yellow Bird you have a PM. Thanks guy's - BH
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Old 01-16-2004, 05:44 PM
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may not be me Brian. I don't think I know 388 and I've heard of a Prototype in the Louisville area....
388 you know me??
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Brian,

Would a 5/6-man bolster work in that cockpit?

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Marty it would work well and it would be cool! BH
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"Polar movement"?... or do you mean " Polar moment"?.... I know what polar moment is on a car... it is sometimes described as "High polar moment"... or "low polar moment"... generally cars with mid engines have a low polar moment... having the mass centralized the car will change direction quite readily...
but not track smoothly (feels twitchy).. cars with front engines... coupled with rear transaxles have a high polar moment... they are very stable at high speeds... but don't want to change direction quickly... not good for slalom courses.. does that answer the question?
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