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    Its alive again....

    Just in time for round 2 of the Triple Crown of Offshore series. With the help of my Crew Cheif and Crew the new pistons, rings, cylinder assembly and new cylinder head install was a two day start to finish. 4 hours of break in and one oil change. So far so good. We will see how it handles a full throttle race...lol...thats racing right...build it run it and test it on race day...Im sure we've all been there.
    Good luck to any new comers that will be there.

    Tom C.
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    Good luck Tom. I was in the Catalina Channel today; tomorrow I think conditions will be similar . . I think there will be some wind and not too much of a swell. I think the race will be on the "quicker" side as opposed to a slower pace. JB

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    Glad to hear it Tom. Nothing like just in time.

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    glad to hear you have noise from pipe again


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    That is great you were able to get it together before the race Best of luck tomorrow to you and all the racers. Ride safe.

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    Hope you have some idea what caused the failure and what to do to prevent it from happening again on your new rebuilt motor.
    Good luck on the race tomorrow.

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    Mr. Cruz finished first in his class and 6th overall yesterday. Congratulations Tom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlovebk View Post
    Mr. Cruz finished first in his class and 6th overall yesterday. Congratulations Tom.
    Congratulations to Tom and Rod for winning their classes. (Tom 1st Amatuer Open / Rod 1st Sportsman Open)

    Nice job to both of you!

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    Yea, Rod won on a bone-stock luxurious Cadillac model!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC_JAX View Post
    Congratulations to Tom and Rod for winning their classes. (Tom 1st Amatuer Open / Rod 1st Sportsman Open)

    Nice job to both of you!
    Yes both Tom and Rod did very well. I know they are proud of their accomplishment. And we should be proud of them. I could see that they we both running hard on their way out of the Breakwater . . . and they were still Full Steam ahead on their way back. Well done Gentleman! JB

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