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    Piston Wash on Tour to Orlando FL

    Mike brought my new ski down yesterday.

    Seadoolover and Akent and I dragged him to the slowest lake in Orlando.

    It was 94 degrees and very muggy.

    Ski ran 82 miles per hour in about 11 seconds.

    My single piper with 3/4 of a tank ran 74.5.

    Mike thanx for bringing it all the way down. After you left Seadoolover and I rode for a good hour and he looked awful happy driving my single piper. We could not believe how your ski hooked up in that rough water with an 800 grate.

    Seadoolover did pull me big time out of the hole. But the tripple piper got back in the game in a hurry.

    For some reason I had trouble going to sleep last night so I spent a couple of hours in the garage.

    Thanx again Mike.


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    Seadoolover did pull me big time out of the hole. But the tripple piper got back in the game in a hurry.
    Put the "other" intake grate on there and it will be a different story

    For some reason I had trouble going to sleep last night so I spent a couple of hours in the garage.
    A new boat will do that to you

    Congrats Mark !!!

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    Wfo, Pistonwash told me it had an 800 grate on it Monday.

    Last night when I got home my new grate was sitting at the front door.

    Its on.

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    For some reason I had trouble going to sleep last night so I spent a couple of hours in the garage.

    A new boat will do that to you

    Use a king size blanket. You will sleep like a baby. A queen size will not cover both you and the new GPR. Good luck!

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    Mark, Elliot and Aubrey were awesome.

    Thunder will be in good hands...she will represent Florida well at MB II.

    Now, if Mark will let me ride her in the Fall when I get a break!

    Thanks again guys...

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    Pistonwash---just talked to Mark and he said, she (Thunder) will be ready for you to ride at the mudd buggs, pleasure putting your face to your screen name. ps mark thanks for all the fun!

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