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    Good Teamwork

    We water tested another WFO built boat this weekend. 07 GPR with only 3 hours before mods. Sent Jim the cyl head to mill, prop pitched to my specs for Jim to set back and diameter true, customer purchased R&D plate cut to Jims FF specs and R&D tabs done by Jim.

    This is a non-pv boat without porting. Keyway, VFIIIs, Jetworks, Race filter, EFI cont, ...

    Best so far 800 grate 77.0 at an average 7180 rpms (81 degree temps)

    Thanks for the fast and accurate service Jim.


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    Thats amazing for a Non-ported boat. Good job.

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    thats amazing! Im only 4mph off and I have the race filter EFI and reeds! I need to move somewhere where I can ride more than 3 month of the year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    We water tested another WFO built boat this weekend. 07 GPR with only 3 hours before mods. Sent Jim the cyl head to mill, prop pitched to my specs for Jim to set back and diameter true, customer purchased R&D plate cut to Jims FF specs and R&D tabs done by Jim.

    This is a non-pv boat without porting. Keyway, VFIIIs, Jetworks, Race filter, EFI cont, ...

    Best so far 800 grate 77.0 at an average 7180 rpms (81 degree temps)

    Thanks for the fast and accurate service Jim.

    This thing was flying!!!! I saw it with my own 2 eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedJunky View Post
    Thats amazing for a Non-ported boat. Good job.

    Thats amazing for any non tripple pipe boat let alone non ported!

    Rich just keeps setting the bar higher and higher!!

    I can't believe Jim has found so much speed in one plate and improved the handling. No tradeoff there!

    Keep up the great work guys!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    We water tested another WFO built boat this weekend. 07 GPR with only 3 hours before mods. Sent Jim the cyl head to mill, prop pitched to my specs for Jim to set back and diameter true, customer purchased R&D plate cut to Jims FF specs and R&D tabs done by Jim.

    This is a non-pv boat without porting. Keyway, VFIIIs, Jetworks, Race filter, EFI cont, ...

    Best so far 800 grate 77.0 at an average 7180 rpms (81 degree temps)

    Thanks for the fast and accurate service Jim.
    Thank you Rich, Just glad i can help.

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    I agree Duke........
    Hands down,these are a very impressive speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    We water tested another WFO built boat this weekend. 07 GPR with only 3 hours before mods. Sent Jim the cyl head to mill, prop pitched to my specs for Jim to set back and diameter true, customer purchased R&D plate cut to Jims FF specs and R&D tabs done by Jim.

    This is a non-pv boat without porting. Keyway, VFIIIs, Jetworks, Race filter, EFI cont, ...

    Best so far 800 grate 77.0 at an average 7180 rpms (81 degree temps)

    Thanks for the fast and accurate service Jim.

    You GO - WFO, You GO - WFO

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    Superman boat

    My #2 boat (04 GP1300R) has been nick-named Superman because of the sticker put on the back by the previous owner, and so that people can tell them apart from my ported 04.

    With my semi-aggressive non-ported package for EFI power valve motors, and Jims FF modded R&D plate, it will be living up to its nickname at Mudbug III.

    A large group of us went to Lake Travis Austin,Tx last weekend (685' altitude). Duke flew in from Florida, and pretty much rode Superman all weekend.

    He ran multiple 79+ mph runs with the 800 grate, and its there in less that 1000'

    You boys at Mudbug better watch out for the Superman insignia.

    Thanks again for the awesome work on these ride plates Jim
    Last edited by WFO; 05-21-2007 at 07:56 PM.

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    The superman boat is very impressive, I witnessed its terror with my own eyes.

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