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    DAGO RACING CREW 97GPSLEEPER's Avatar
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    One more try before Mudbug III

    I am going to have to squeeze in another test session before Mudbug. My plans are that I am going to leave the same amount of shims in the front of the rideplate, but shim the back down in small increments. Duke gave me a great tip about using motor mount shims, they come in very small increments & I have a ton of them. I think if I can rid of the hull issue, I will go faster than 69. Of course getting rid of this problem can also cost me speed if it takes alot of shims to get rid of it. Once again I am not satisfied.......


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    Dont forget to take a spare GPS.



    Just givin you a hard time. Good luck.

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    cheatin' piston popper addicted's Avatar
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    are you running the AAT? do you have any other props to test?

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    Remember the #11 rule I proposed??? Looks like I am going to have to make it official.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addicted View Post
    are you running the AAT? do you have any other props to test?
    I tried the AAT cone with every shuttle they make, and I did not gain anything and I got a full refund. I am not going to mess with the prop. It has been repitched by Group K for the Sleeper kit. There may be some speed with another prop or pitch, but I am not willing to sacrifice any holeshot for top speed.

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    what about running with the seat off? any rpm's to be had there?
    Last edited by addicted; 05-23-2007 at 10:19 PM.

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    That is not very practical.

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    it is for testing. if your rpm's go up with the seat off, you know that you have room for airflow improvements. ask you GPR bud's. you could even install a bilge blower. hell, that's what I'm doing.

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    Extra air ?????..never heard of it ???.........

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    My front & rear bucket will be out of the ski for the radar runs. The air is so thick & hot down there in the swamp. I have never been so hot in my life.

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