View Poll Results: Who should hold the "V" speed record?
Outer Limits, Reggie may have played dirty pool and OL's new NPA record stands.
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Fountain, their SBI # is the real deal and they had every right to not allow OL to run.
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Old 02-11-2004, 04:03 PM
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We're all sick of hearing the same people argue the same thing over and over so let's have the poll results do the talking.




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Those poll descriptions suck and should be ignored.......
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Those poll descriptions suck and should be ignored.......
Don't vote or look at them then.

I just sumarized what is being said over end over on all of the other threads...
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It is just biased....that's all.
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The question is who owns the record. I don't own either boat. But I thought top speed wise the Fountain was holding that record?


new NPA record stands. what is that about now?
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you forgot allan4 is a putz!!!!!!!!!
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The question is who owns the record. I don't own either boat. But I thought top speed wise the Fountain was holding that record?


new NPA record stands. what is that about now?
Immediate Release:
> February 9, 2004
>
> In a certified speed trial, sanctioned by the NATIONAL POWERBOAT
> ASSOCIATION on Friday, February 6, 2004, Mike Fiore, President of
> OUTERLIMITS POWERBOATS, averaged 161.29 MPH for a kilometer verified on
> "state of the art" GPS in his new 47' canopied model named, "XXX". This
run
> took place on Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island at 3 pm EST, February 6,
2004,
> on a chilly, drizzly afternoon. After travelling North over a mile out of
> the channel at 161.88 MPH and returning South at 160.7 MPH, the average
> speed was 161.29 MPH. This makes the 47 GTX the first V-Bottom to eclipse
> the 160 MPH barrier in an officially sanctioned event. This run was
> confirmed by co-pilot, Billy Frenz, Executive Director of the NPBA. This
> boat is powered by twin 1450 HP Sterling Engines with No. 6 Merc
> Speedmasters and Hering Propellers.
> OUTERLIMITS presently holds the Official V-Bottom Kilo Record of
149.7
> MPH in a 42' GTX model, also powered with twim 1450 HP Sterlings, Merc
> Speedmasters and Hering Props. This record was set in Washington, North
> Carolina on October 3, 2003 and officiated by Poker Runs of America.
> "What a rush!!!" exclaimed Billy Frenz as he emerged from the cockpit
> after the run..."This boat is going to disappoint a lot of Cat owners at
our
> NEW YORK CITY POWERBOAT RALLY"...referring to the annual June event held
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> the Hudson River that determines the fastest catamarans and the fastest
> V-bottoms.
> For further info visit: www.nationalpowerboat.com
> or, www.outerlimitspowerboats.com
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you forgot allan4 is a putz!!!!!!!!!
I would have put SS930 is a putz, but everyone would vote for that!
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Dont believe the hype, it's a sequel
 
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One way is not two. And a full canopied race boat is all it takes to beat a pleasure boat.
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