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Old 20-07-2005, 01:09 AM   #1
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What Class

would the 600xs fit into with a 2.5 200??
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Old 20-07-2005, 01:17 AM   #2
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Old 20-07-2005, 01:18 AM   #3
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If it's a stock 200 I think you should be able to race in F200.
Otherwise it'll be basic races all with way.
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Old 20-07-2005, 01:19 AM   #4
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cool, how many f200 boats run? and what type are they?
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Old 20-07-2005, 01:21 AM   #5
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If it's a stock 200 I think you should be able to race in F200.
Otherwise it'll be basic races all with way.
when you say stock, what about offshore midsection??, mines a standard 200 at the moment but am fitting a offshore mid.
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Old 20-07-2005, 01:23 AM   #6
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Typical!! (of a sarkie norvern git) wants to cheat already!
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It includes the entire 200hp fleet -
3C (Ian Stirling, B23's, argos, Adam's cat etc)
Ribs (Cookee, Andy Twemlow etc)
And any 'production' boats like yourself - so far only had 1 revenger rib.
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Old 20-07-2005, 01:25 AM   #8
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Have a quick shuftie of this:
http://www.mattyorke.co.uk/upload/f200.doc
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Typical!! (of a sarkie norvern git) wants to cheat already!
so thats a NO then?
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Old 20-07-2005, 01:26 AM   #10
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Since the xr2 and xs200 also have offshore mids, I would expect (and hope) it'd be OK, but you'd need to check, but dunno with who cos it's all gone very quiet at the moment.
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Since the xr2 and xs200 also have offshore mids, I would expect (and hope) it'd be OK, but you'd need to check, but dunno with who cos it's all gone very quiet at the moment.
i take it CLE boxes are ok?

i'm sure all will become clear the weekend........

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when you say stock, what about offshore midsection??, mines a standard 200 at the moment but am fitting a offshore mid.
Don't think therewould be a problem with that.

Guess any decision would be made by the Formula 200 steering committee - which if I remember correctly is Rory Power, Brian Peedell, Bob Irwin, Richard Strawford.
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The engine would be fine - it would be in production class along with Phantom 18's etc, the minimum length for class III 2 litre / 200 hp is just over 21', but I assume from the number it's 6 metres?
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, the minimum length for class III 2 litre / 200 hp is just over 21', but I assume from the number it's 6 metres?
the actuall length in metres is 6.4m
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Cookee, where does the 21' come from?
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Don't think therewould be a problem with that.

Guess any decision would be made by the Formula 200 steering committee - which if I remember correctly is Rory Power, Brian Peedell, Bob Irwin, Richard Strawford.
thanks Adam, do yo have a tel # i can give someone a call and ask a few q's.

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are you thinking of racing gav?
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are you thinking of racing gav?
yes, gonna start off with a basic. Well ive got the boat & navigator sorted, with a bit of luck and some expert advice off me navigator/racer, grow some bigger balls, wear a nappy, etc etc....
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thanks Adam, do yo have a tel # i can give someone a call and ask a few q's.

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Are you coming down to Littlehampton this weekend?

If so best that you meet up with all of the F200 team there.
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