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    Thank You Steve Friebe

    I cant say it enough! Steve put my bucket of bolts back together after a major melt down. Im not sure how ill repay the kindness but some how some way Ill be there when you need me. Thank you very much.


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    Steve's A GOOD FELLOW! Punked...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawz
    Steve's A GOOD FELLOW! Punked...
    I lost you on the "punked" ?

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    Where is he from?

    I thought Clason were a binch of pricks, but if someone here vouches for them then I know where I'll be going!!!

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    Steve is a good guy!

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    Lurker, All I can tell you is that I was treated more than fair and their service department is one of the best equiped for working on watercraft that I have seen. I dont think your going to find a more professional service department anywhere.

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    This month at a race; I saw Steve and 4 others put in 2 motors in two ski's and change hoods/ colors in 5 hr's... They both ran 2 hrs in a race scenerio, and finished top3. The guy knows his -hit. Both motors where broke in for 3 hr's ea. It was dark and they we're still breaking them in.

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    I picked up the rxp in Fresno on sunday. We took it to the local lake where I got my first ride. The lake was rough and with only 2 hrs on the rebuild and the mistake of having the riva wedge the ski was pretty bouncy. The acceleration is outstanding it really pulls hard. I dont have any gps #s as of yet due to breakin time but I will say its well above 70 mph.

    I went down today and ran couple of hours on a closed course.(I removed the wedge) The ski is very peppy coming out of the bouys. Im still not comfortable the way the rxp turns, it seams to slide then bite hard . Nothing like my tripple piped gpr Its more like the way an stxr turns but a lot heavier. So I got 2 more hours of the breakin out of the way. I now stand at 5 hrs with 5 more hours togo. I am waiting for a 15/20 from Jerry and I cant wait to get that installed. So thank you Steve once more. Awsome Job!

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    Im glad you are happy with it.
    The next five hours will be heck, but the break in will be worth it in the long run. You will have it broke in by the Long Beach Sprint Nationals, your ski should be a good contender for that event!
    ENJOY!
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    ps, What is a Matrix

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    Joe,

    The wedge isn't the problem there chief...It's that you head is soo damn big and full of hot air it's trying to lift the ski out of the water like a hot air balloon...

    You get thta fixed and you'll be good to go...(might even be faster than mine once you cut down on all that resistance... )

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