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Old 16-10-2012, 11:24 PM   #21
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Sorry, the only evidence I have (enclosed) is Peter and I running an average speed of 56.544 mph during the Windermere Enduro.
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Old 16-10-2012, 11:38 PM   #22
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Post it on here and show us 83mph with a 90hp
I can tell you how to achieve nearly 83 mph with an Argo Cat and a Yamaha 90hp

No one listens, search this forum when I wrote about it 6 years ago.
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Old 16-10-2012, 11:39 PM   #23
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i was in that enduro race too. it still was not as good as the toilet racing in the club house!!!
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i was in that enduro race too. it still was not as good as the toilet racing in the club house!!!
The supper after was damn good!
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haha yeah! anyway back to the thread..... i think that is an a amazing achievment with the 200xs. It shows the potential is there with hard work with these new motors and not only that but as i have always said that boat design will evolve to get the most out of them.

well done guys!!
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Old 17-10-2012, 12:01 AM   #26
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I can tell you how to achieve nearly 83 mph with an Argo Cat and a Yamaha 90hp

No one listens, search this forum when I wrote about it 6 years ago.
Failing that, pop into St Peter Port in the morning.

Find a chap with white hair, news papers under his arms, red trousers, dog on a lead (He drives a Jag with number plate 7).

Ask him how we went so quick.
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Don't bother looking if it's a Friday 13th though, he'll be locked in his house!

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Well done Paul !! I knew it was there somewhere !!
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haha yeah! anyway back to the thread..... i think that is an a amazing achievment with the 200xs. It shows the potential is there with hard work with these new motors and not only that but as i have always said that boat design will evolve to get the most out of them.

well done guys!!
Agreed fantastic achievement !!
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