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Old 08-14-2011, 09:46 AM
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ILMOR POWER, first second and third to the LAST card stop of the day at the fall river poker run! Reliability baby!
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Old 08-14-2011, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by stainless View Post
ILMOR POWER, first second and third to the LAST card stop of the day at the fall river poker run! Reliability baby!
yeah baby!!!
when we arrived at the Mount Hope Bridge...
where was every body???
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Old 08-14-2011, 11:38 AM
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Way to go, guys!
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Old 08-23-2011, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by OL40SVX View Post
yeah baby!!!
when we arrived at the Mount Hope Bridge...
where was every body???
You guys left early. I was going to run you all down,but figured I would let you have your day.The 40 O/L and 32 Skater are stunning in person.Good time at Fall River.See you next year(maybe with an Ilmore powered 39 Rockit. shhhhh).

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Old 08-23-2011, 08:26 AM
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You guys left early. I was going to run you all down,but figured I would let you have your day.The 40 O/L and 30 Skater are stunning in person.Good time at Fall River.See you next year(maybe with an Ilmore powered 39 Rockit. shhhhh).
Or we could put you in a nice Ilmor Outerlimits!!
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Old 08-23-2011, 09:09 AM
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You selling already? What did the Outerlimits tied to the Tipsy Seagull,at the end of the run, have for power?It was white with grey.Didn't see it on the run. I pulled in and then it was gone. Awesome boat! How fast is the 2005 Quattro with 625 Ilmore's that Lake Cumberland has? Will those drives hold up? Sorry to hijack Stainless.Your boat looked great on the run,the helo pics look good too.

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Old 08-23-2011, 10:12 AM
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You selling already? What did the Outerlimits tied to the Tipsy Seagull,at the end of the run, have for power?It was white with grey.Didn't see it on the run. I pulled in and then it was gone. Awesome boat! How fast is the 2005 Quattro with 625 Ilmore's that Lake Cumberland has? Will those drives hold up? Sorry to hijack Stainless.Your boat looked great on the run,the helo pics look good too.
Id sell mine for the right price and just get another one! The boat is just awesome!! That was a sv43 with a pair of 725 Ilmor and runs 120mph. He met up with us in Bristol. That 39 is a nice boat. A friend of mine was the second owner of the boat. The drives will last if you properly maintain them and run the boat properly. It runs right around 102 with those motors. That'd be a perfect boat for an indy conversion!! It was awesome with the three Ilmor boats running together hearing the V10's. They really sound wicked running at rpm!!

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Old 08-23-2011, 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted by BONDO10 View Post
You selling already? What did the Outerlimits tied to the Tipsy Seagull,at the end of the run, have for power?It was white with grey.Didn't see it on the run. I pulled in and then it was gone. Awesome boat! How fast is the 2005 Quattro with 625 Ilmore's that Lake Cumberland has? Will those drives hold up? Sorry to hijack Stainless.Your boat looked great on the run,the helo pics look good too.
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by OL40SVX View Post
Id sell mine for the right price and just get another one! The boat is just awesome!! That was a sv43 with a pair of 725 Ilmor and runs 120mph. He met up with us in Bristol. That 39 is a nice boat. A friend of mine was the second owner of the boat. The drives will last if you properly maintain them and run the boat properly. It runs right around 102 with those motors. That'd be a perfect boat for an indy conversion!! It was awesome with the three Ilmor boats running together hearing the V10's. They really sound wicked running at rpm!!
This must be Ken...

Ken, have you actually seen the GPS recall showing 120 on that 43/725 boat? That sounds a little faster than I would think. I order to run that speed, that thing would have to tip the scale at around 6500 lbs, wet and loaded. Is it actually that light?

BTW, I agree about the sound, it's hard not to like the sound of those V10's at full song!!!
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This must be Ken...

Ken, have you actually seen the GPS recall showing 120 on that 43/725 boat? That sounds a little faster than I would think. I order to run that speed, that thing would have to tip the scale at around 6500 lbs, wet and loaded. Is it actually that light?

BTW, I agree about the sound, it's hard not to like the sound of those V10's at full song!!!
We were running first and second to the last stop.
We were running about 115, and couldnt reel him in!
That boat runs incredible for a big V bottom!
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