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    Thumbs up Coop is back in the Water !!!

    Coop just called from the ramp and is jumpin' up/down happy to be back in the water. A 1200 grate and several 78 mph runs just topped his day off !

    Way to go bro


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    Rock on Coop !!!

    Way to go.

    See you out there very soon.

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    Dammm !!!! Its a cold MOFO out there today Coops got some big cajones

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    Coop is sandbaggin.

    Last time I saw him at the water (bout a year ago) he ran a 78.8 with the 1200 grate

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    Coop is sandbaggin.

    Last time I saw him at the water (bout a year ago) he ran a 78.8 with the 1200 grate

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    Glad to see you back on the seat Coop.Now go and hit 80 so i can relax would ya.

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    Whats up guys and thanks.....Finally got a break from work to get on the water. Last week I broke in my motor only. Still Lowells 2nd ported 1300 nothing else has been added to my boat since last time I rode...Today with a 12 grate, 10 GALLONS of fuel, running against the tide coming in I hit 78.1, then 78.5 both at 7120 rpms. Icouldn't beleive the first run so had to back it up. I will go again tomorrow afternoon and attempt to tune in the motor. I am very fat on the highs and had time only to make one adjustment before I had to leave. I cant wait til tomorow after I make adjustments and drop some fuel to hit 80 with a 12 grate. After tuning is complete, I will put on the 800 grate. I hope I don't jinx myself. The water actually wasn't that bad. After standing in it for a few minutes, I got used to it. Take care guys and thanks.

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    Oh yea, wfo, last time we were at the lake, I ran with 2 bars of fuel, this time 10 gallons...yippie...

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    Good job Coop, Keep us up to date.

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    Slow asss bitch!!!!

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