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    101 mph Yamaha V4

    Cracked into the triple digits with my little V4. Thought you guys might like this.


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    Awesome!
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    Nice
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    That is impressive... How many rpms? I assume the gear ratio was changed and turning tall pitch props. Could you share? I'm interested in what it takes to get those speeds.

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    #5
    Outstanding Job

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21XDC View Post
    That is impressive... How many rpms? I assume the gear ratio was changed and turning tall pitch props. Could you share? I'm interested in what it takes to get those speeds.
    Start with a hull that weighs less then 400lb.

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    A bath tub weighs less than 400lbs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21XDC View Post
    A bath tub weighs less than 400lbs...
    You have to remove the feet else you'll never get past 90.

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    Impressive. Do we have a cheaper alternative, here, to buying (and flashing) a new SHO?
    If they ain't bitin', I'm still goin' ...........