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Old 10-15-2002, 03:18 PM
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Thumbs up Titos @ Powerplay

Just spent 30 minutes on the phone with him and he seams to know what he's talking about and is knowledgable about his product aswell as others in the industry. This was my first contact with them and I look forward to finding out more about Powerplay in the near future. Any comments are encouraged.

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Old 10-22-2002, 06:56 PM
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I agree with you JM. I got a call from Titos today and got the same good feeling. I'm going down next week to see what Powerplay has to offer.

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Old 10-27-2002, 10:18 AM
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Titos was working at Cigarette until last summer some time. I met him in May '01 at the Cigarette reunion. I haven't dealt with him from a business standpoint, but he's a hell of a lot of fun to party with.
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So how did there new 38 do in speed trials ? Sharp looking boat with nice features.
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91 MPH with 4 people on the boat. KEE 675's Imco SC's Herring 30"' 5 blades, there may be more, I don't thimk the boat is dailed in correctly! Just my 2 cents worth!!!!
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Old 10-31-2002, 08:02 AM
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Robbie, what rpms are you turning, I as you know have the same set up, with the 29 herings I only get 4800-4900 rpms @ 95, Im going to try the 28's, those KE 675's go to 5400 rpms, if you need the 29s talk to Boscoe, good luck. Jeff Dialing in is hard process, as I'm finding out, and those Herings need to be on top of the water to be effective, the only problem is then getting on plane takes longer, your midrange is not quite as good, but your top end is 4 to 5 mph better, Ive tried 1" and 1"1/2 spacers, call me if you need something.

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