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    NO BULLSH!%...Its survey time!

    Guys....For those who want to post their 03-06GPR NON PORTED WITH THE PACKAGE #'s it would help me out. Im just looking for some input so i can compare those #'s to mine at 4100' above sea level.This will help me average it out and see if my boat is in there.With 800/1200 grate.PM me if you want.


    Thanks.........Woody


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    73.8 at sea level non ported, package, temp 95, 80 to 90% rumidity, on the seat and 3/4 to 1/2 tank
    Best time is 75.1 in cooler temps
    Mike
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    Ronn0025 from Mississippi has an 06 with just bolt-ons that runs 77 and change (no porting). He did it at the Bug.

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    Yes...I went 77.8 at the bug in 90 degree plus heat. I bet I could hit 78mph+ with a little more pitch on my 14/22. I was spinning 7200rpm on my 800 grate. I never put on the 1200 grate as it was holding its on the holeshot
    This of course at sea level.

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    Great #'s. Thats 5 mph faster than my boat.There is a "general" rule here.There is a 3 mph difference between my elevation(4100') and sea level. Thanks for the info Ronn.

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    Woody, try removing the two sheep from the back of the ski and you will get that 3 mph back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego-RXP
    Woody, try removing the two sheep from the back of the ski and you will get that 3 mph back.
    Joe,i was thinking that i could lube them with Caster927 and fill them with my fast cure 5200 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego-RXP
    Woody, try removing the two sheep from the back of the ski and you will get that 3 mph back.
    is 3 MPH worth leaving the sheep at home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboy1300
    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego-RXP
    Woody, try removing the two sheep from the back of the ski and you will get that 3 mph back.
    is 3 MPH worth leaving the sheep at home?
    NOPE !! :P :P :P :P

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    Woodster...are we still talking bout this topic?

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