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Old 04-05-2018, 11:37 PM
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This is how to walk on water in a Velocity 1998
26' 260!!!
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Lookin good! Gotta love how well Velocity's carry the bow and fly high on the pad.

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This is how to walk on water in a Velocity 1998
26' 260!!!
Don't get any better than that!
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Don't get any better than that!
That was running mid 90's! Never did break 100 but close.
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That was running mid 90's! Never did break 100 but close.
That's still gettin it done in a 26! 👍👍👍
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That was running mid 90's! Never did break 100 but close.
There's a twin O/B 22' for sale on screamandfly.com that runs low 100's.

Id pay for a stint behind the wheel of it.

Theres a shot of it at speed and attitude/angle of attack is same as yours.

I love the old 30's but too small of cabin.
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Reminds me of a guy from York, PA that used to bring a blown 100mph 22' to Raystown Lake. He would come strait at us for radar runs and I swear the drive was the only thing in the water. Amazing and a bit nerve-wracking at the same time! Archived somewhere on my Sony HI8 reels... Ha!
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Originally Posted by Twin O/B Sonic View Post

There's a twin O/B 22' for sale on screamandfly.com that runs low 100's.

Id pay for a stint behind the wheel of it.

Theres a shot of it at speed and attitude/angle of attack is same as yours.

I love the old 30's but too small of cabin.
The cuddy at the entrance was at least 6' it was awesome for a 26' I think they called it the 280 after 1998.
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The cuddy at the entrance was at least 6' it was awesome for a 26' I think they called it the 280 after 1998.
I was commenting on the older 30's.

The newer ones have way nicer cabins.
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