Thread: Mark Hahn 300
03-10-2006, 04:52 AM #1
Mark Hahn 300
Did you notice what came in the top 3 at the Mark Hahn 300 endurance race at Havasu? (Over 45 teams competed)
1st Place: Stock RXP
2nd Place: Stock RXP
3rd Place: Stock RXT
What happend to all the moded F15s?
what happend to John Anick with his Nils moded RXP? (engine can't seem to last a race)
It isn't the fastest boat that wins...just the one that finishes first.
I heard that an F-15 led for most of the race until an oil line ruptured and sprayed oil onto the supercharger belt....which subsequently came off.
Jerry, for your sake I hope your new engine lasts longer than John's.
03-10-2006, 07:54 AM #2
Of course my engine will last longer than Johnny's. Johnny has had some bad luck is all.
He overheated his engine bad one time and ever since then had trouble. Come to find out he warped the deck on his block
03-10-2006, 10:27 AM #3
Johhny Missed the race at lake ming the following weekend due to his engine problems. I really feel for him. Nicest guy you will ever meet. He did show up to the race on saturday to chat and watch the races. He will be at all the jet jams and scsc races and I expect him to set a new record for this years long beach to catalina race.
The 15f that was leading the race was Pat Roques. Macc racing helped him rebuild the ski after the initial builder did a poor job. The ski ran good at the ming race. WE had to tighten some clamps and bolts after race 1. He was charging on the leader of the race in race #3 but came off hard after trying to turn on a bouy to late and to hard. The leader of the race Steve friebe stopped and picked Pat up and took him to his boat.
Really really great guys .
03-10-2006, 10:38 AM #4
There is always some A Hole who has to talk shit.
As for John Annik"s Seadoo He got hit and sunk at the world finals.
Filled his engine with water and bent a rod. Ever since that happend it
there has been some block problems.
So talk all the shit you want. At least he out there trying.
03-10-2006, 10:46 AM #5Originally Posted by Nils888
03-10-2006, 11:04 AM #6Originally Posted by Nils888
03-10-2006, 01:59 PM #7
Mark Hahn 300
You are getting way too defensive.
I am not trying to bash on you or anyone else.
I don't know you or John personally, however, I do know people that you and John do speak with personally. I live in your neck of the woods so maybe we can have a bear some time. I know that John has had engine problems and found out that he had a warped deck which led to more problems.
I do know that you build fast boats. At some point there are going to be reliability issues when trying to push the limit. I am not saying that you are not good at what you do.
My comment for Jerry was only out of concern for him. He has been bitten by the speed bug... I am in the same boat. I would like to see him build a fast and reliable boat. In fact, I appreciate his efforts and others like yours to find out just how far we can push the 4-tec platform and still be reliable.
I don't wish bad upon anyone.. ...Except the asshole that broke into my truck last night.
Relax guys...I am on your side.
03-10-2006, 02:42 PM #8
"maybe we can have a bear some time."
If your gonna have a bear; have a Grizzly Bear!
03-10-2006, 03:11 PM #9Originally Posted by Vman
OK...Nils...make it a beer.
I am still pissed especialy that I just found out that on top of having $3,500 dollars worth of gear stolen out of my truck, it is going to cost me $460.00 to replace the window they broke! I can't see or spell straight.
03-10-2006, 03:17 PM #10
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