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    Congrats to Ron Allison for his team's IJSBA World record in Superstock speed alley

    Ronís been building fast skis for a long time. Good to see his team put up 97 mph on a Superstock boat! Only 3mph from triple digits! Congrats!


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    Great Job Ron......

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    Ron has green power. Good job fun racing with ya'll.

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    Ron knows his shit for sure!!!!!

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    That's flying for sure! Nice job Ron

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    Ron has some Crazy fast skis!!! The Superstock was still running the twin prop and Skat pump so he still has plenty of room to break his own record!!

    Also congrats to Brett Nance for piloting that ski!! Great job guys!!

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    congratulations Ron

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    Well done Ron! way to go! Tommy Jordan

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    I must say ron is more determined and puts more time and effort into his racing then u can imagine. He has givinf me the opportunity to ride his boats in morgan city and it was awesome. I must say that if we hadnt of been hitting the rev limiter on the 97 mph pass im sure it would of went faster. The ss boat will def see triple digita before the year is out. The biggest thing is i wont to say thanks to ron allison for the opportunity and knowledge he has giving me. I couldnt of asked to learn and work with a better person. I cant wait for round three. I think tgia will be the one to be at if anybody is thinking about going i wouldnt hesitate a bit its such a great time


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