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Old 07-27-2010, 01:30 PM
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If the water is like this......bet on Razz

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Hey Quinlan - Is that your boat in your avatar? The paint looks awesome...let's see some pics please
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I agree....rough water, a once popular but now almost shunned aspect of Offshore Powerboating. Don Aronow loved it, and we all know the Powerboat companies that sprang up around it. Now it seems much higher speeds on smaller water is what the consumer wants. Not a bad thing.....just different.
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I agree....rough water, a once popular but now almost shunned aspect of Offshore Powerboating. Don Aronow loved it, and we all know the Powerboat companies that sprang up around it. Now it seems much higher speeds on smaller water is what the consumer wants. Not a bad thing.....just different.
Id rather see the big water,but it wouldn't be a spectator sport,they need the sponsorship and public.
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Id rather see the big water,but it wouldn't be a spectator sport,they need the sponsorship and public.
Why not try it, the public has no interest in the current form of racing.
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