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Old 08-04-2007, 06:15 PM   #1
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Wow, JSRE

This engine is awesome. Runs much better when you have EGT probes in correct place so no longer running well rich. It's absolutely fantastic and I can truely recommend if you need your motor rebuilt to send it to Jay @ JSRE the cost of the shipping gets covered because parts are half the price.

89.6mph today felt stupidly quick, people watching said it looked mental

When's my race with Ross??
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Old 08-04-2007, 06:19 PM   #2
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89.6mph today felt stupidly quick, people watching said it looked mental
That's because 89.6mph in a P20 IS stupidly quick!

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Old 08-04-2007, 07:09 PM   #3
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That's because 89.6mph in a P20 IS stupidly quick!

Be carefull nobba.
I will dude, its taken alot of practice to be able to control it at that speed. It's a constant choping at the wheel to keep it straight.
I believe there is still a little bit more left but not in sea conditions maybe on a lake or river. Cyco and a few others were watching and said it looked and sounded amazing barely any hull in the water and screaming. Bullet was 1" above the bottom, no water up front and tabs right up. Only trimmed just past level though as anymore in even a ripple of water feels un-controlable

I was on my own in the boat with full on racing life jacket, helmet, kill cord etc. Not the Muts method
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Your nut's dude! And as if by magic a freak wave! wup....................
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Old 08-04-2007, 07:21 PM   #5
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Your nut's dude! And as if by magic a freak wave! wup....................
tis ok cus I pull Cyco most of the time and he holds the boat in the water quite well. I've only managed 83mph with him on the back so far though. mainly cus observer cant see him to well cus of the rooster tail
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tis ok cus I pull Cyco most of the time and he holds the boat in the water quite well. I've only managed 83mph with him on the back so far though. mainly cus observer cant see him to well cus of the rooster tail

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Old 08-04-2007, 07:36 PM   #7
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Congrats dude,Mike Horn and Peter Lee ran same sorta speed in a p20 called terminator early 1990's with a stock 260, you should get into the 90's cos Mike and Peter were no lightweights.
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Congrats dude,Mike Horn and Peter Lee ran same sorta speed in a p20 called terminator early 1990's with a stock 260, you should get into the 90's cos Mike and Peter were no lightweights.
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I reckon there will be a lot trying for the outboard immersed propeller record this year. There's some very fast boats on my local river this year.
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I reckon there will be a lot trying for the outboard immersed propeller record this year. There's some very fast boats on my local river this year.


I recon 95mph is achievable with a big prop. will that be enough?
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Old 08-04-2007, 08:02 PM   #11
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89.6mph today felt stupidly quick, people watching said it looked mental
Well done Burty. Frightening...
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I recon 95mph is achievable with a big prop. will that be enough?
Who knows ? we'll find out in october.
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What revs you pulling Burty ?
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I saw 8900 today
Still running mine in 88 at 7500 with my rapair a48 box, what box you using?
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Old 08-04-2007, 10:18 PM   #16
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I recon 95mph is achievable with a big prop. will that be enough?
Current record:

Outboard Immersed propellor Monohull -> 86.92mph
Inboard Immersed propellor Monohull -> 96.07mph
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Just a thought!!

Why dont you guys come racing, you should shure as sh1t beat me and most other boats, and claim some prize money and bragging rights!!!

Besides - it would be cool to have a challenge!
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Well done Burty man dude.

would be nice to se wacky p18's and 20's race with to many gee geez"

How well did it turn when you trimed in at speed,or was your fun just long straight blasts? Never had a modified 260 on me p20 when I had it,though Iv got one now

Carn't weight to get it sorted on me p18 when finished
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dont tell them any more about the driving Burty or i will be out of a job
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