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    UPDATE:::Stealth ski breaks another record.....

    Todays RAD was 6726' above sea level.Water was average 8" wind chop,ski had 4 bars fuel,with my rough water setup,running my smaller (summer heat) Df prop,banged out 79.2mph and i had to let off because of the water conditions at those speeds.There was more there! With better water/weather and a VX wheel,i see 81.5+ mph coming !!!!!! A no tab flatwater setup would get me in the 82+ mph range. BTW,the hull is not trued yet. Not bad for elevation and a 224lb rider.This was done with an 86.50 nozzle.

    Best top speed was last season @80.1mph with a bigger, 14/24 sb with a RAD of 5280' but the water conditions were superb!
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    good job WOODY

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    224# you fat bastard

    Nice #'s in the thin air!!!!

    Ewe are the herder


    Note: all the prop formulas on the whiteboard???

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    Awesome Kevin.

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    Thanks men.

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    not bad for a sheep hearder

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    great job kevin!

    that is awesome man!!!

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    Awesome job Kevin !! wow, can you imagine that thing at Sea-Level !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    Awesome job Kevin !! wow, can you imagine that thing at Sea-Level !!!
    Yes i can....... i would pick up in the 3.5 mph range. I strongly believe i could be running in the 84-85 mph range with the right conditions at sea level Billy.Im 12% down in power up here.Thats 24hp @ 200 hp.

    Did i mention its EFI?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    Yes i can....... i would pick up in the 3.5 mph range. I strongly believe i could be running in the 84-85 mph range with the right conditions at sea level Billy.Im 12% down in power up here.Thats 24hp @ 200 hp.

    Did i mention its EFI?

    ohhh boy

    84-85 on an EFI

    Throw me on that ski 85.5-86!

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