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Old 02-04-2004, 03:46 PM
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Nice, How much? What power ?
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Old 02-04-2004, 04:10 PM
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Great looking boat!! I need swing by and cjeck it out in person! I look forward to seeing the updates you were talking about!

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Very Nice, boat looks killer.

Don't get me started about the Crosstown Shootout

Good luck with Mom, hope she gets well soon, big guy.
 
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Looks great!
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Chris, is that a Mark Pascoe (UK) build?
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Is the Volvo drive legal in One Design Racing? I thought it had to have a Bravo One drive.
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Just the opposite, actually. The Bravos were only the spec for the first year. Any V24's with Bravos have been used only as "P" class boat for the last several years. If you've driven these with both drives, you'll understand why the DuoProp is the way to go - the boat's only about 5' wide at the chines, and isn't too happy to have to deal with prop torque....
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