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    Polaris 04 MSX 140 Matrix 68.2 MPH

    Here is the GPS from Al's wife's Matrix. It had over 1 bar of fuel over half tank. It was 80 degrees out, I weigh 184 Lbs. I could have gotten it to go faster, but the small amount of smooth water I had ended quick since the shore was right in front of me. I had to let off before trying to go over the hills and through the woods to grandma's house I go with the ski. I did not want Liz to kick my butt for crashing her ski. She loves that thing. We will have some new numbers during Easter.
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    Her ride has 64 hours and never an inkling of a problem.
    Looks like 69 or 70 is going to be her number.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Bet you're hoping for 69.

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    I can get 69 anytime (hehe), I want 70-71

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    Start swinging the gps by the strap as you are going full speed. It's good for a couple mph

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    When you guys are doing these GPS runs, is the GPS mounted securely, or is it bouncing around in the glove box? I messed around with GPS speed accuracy a lot this winter with my sled. With the GPS bouncing around in my back pack, I could get it to spike to 110mph. It would only read 105 when mounted to my bars with a RAM mount. That 92mph RXP also had it bouncing around in the glove box...

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    Always mounted, RAM rules! I have photos in my gallery that shows where the units get mounted.

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    al. how mad would your wife be if a ran her with a virage (1350) on a muffler that run 70.4 with stock exhaust i have the boat here my customers wants me to install some 42 keikin's and put a touch more prop to it. we are looking for 72.-73mph (and yes it is a pump gas boat 93oct.) this boat is completly quiet it still has the plannet exhaust i love seeing the looks on the faces with the see doo's after i go by them at will with this boat,it's such a sleeper.most of the boats on our lake are doo's and polaris,mostly 951's and you know they tell me (i always beat the polaris) i just smile say i know but can you tell me how fast this boat is according to your speedo?of course they always bite, then when that 951 is strung right out i smile a lay him away his face goes from this to this then this and then what was that thing?

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    What are you using for a prop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stroker 1450 View Post
    al. how mad would your wife be if a ran her with a virage (1350) on a muffler that run 70.4 with stock exhaust of course they always bite, then when that 951 is strung right out i smile a lay him away his face goes from this to this then this and then what was that thing?
    Priceless!

    The 1450 is going into "her" 04 hull, you better crank up that Virage a step.

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