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  1. ACnMC
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    Obviously the miss spelling is deliberate so that people notice it more .Sneaky :!: 8) good to see the girls getting onto it Mike .

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    good to see it going mike... now maybe brooke can give the fox some skinny water boating lessons (ducks for cover!)

    is that a ski pole fitted?

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    Yeah I'd duck if I was you!! :mrgreen:

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    Yep, most of our boats have the removable ski pole option, Just got it back from the master Painter today.....WOW he has done a nice job yet again.......pics tomorrow.

    I have done 20 hrs in the boat now and it just gets better, It is turning 15 deg impellers in the 8.5inch unit to 5800rpm but still slipping them so will need 16s. GPS down stream in the MAC 118km.....clean slow plane at 2300/2400, I may just about be able to beat trout catcher to the pylons :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    good results, sounds like i need a 852!? :wink:

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  6. Mike
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    You couldnt handle it!!!!!!!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    It's tomorrow, Pic's required ASAP!! :mrgreen:

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    :mrgreen:

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    Lookin good Mike, I bet it's great to be back in your own boat again :D :P

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    Yeah, Its been way to long, Fitting out this weekend :P ...Hows your boat going??

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    pretty blue!

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    Heathen

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    I think Shaun means it a "handsome" blue :lol: :lol:

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    I think Shaun means its a "handsome" blue :lol: :lol:
    Boats been going great, I know the new LS/852 combos are faster,but for what it is its a great allrounder...wot is 5300-5400rpm and i feels like its not too many kms off the magic mark....will gps at some stage for interest sake....seems bloody good on fuel so far as well.

    Took the other half (aka the hobbit) and the wee man for a sedate picnic last week...feels great to be back on the water..

    I've just finished giving the boat a full strip down, nothing dramatic, just checking how it was assembled for my own piece of mind and ensuring reliability...
    I replaced some sort of milking shed sand filter for a proper sand trap( I think i got your last one in stock, cheers :lol: ), replaced the fuel lines with proper EFI hose ( it was a fire just waiting to happen 8O ) and swapped out a few cooling lines, installed an oil filter relocation kit, etc etc...We are all ready for some longer 2-3hr runs with confidence in it's reliability... 8)

    Like you Im sure, we are looking forward to a summer of boating, bbq's and beer.. :lol: :P :lol: or was that babes...i cant never remember lol.. oh crap, the hobbits got me by the ear.. :mrgreen:

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    O yeah looking forward to the 3 Bs.... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Boat almost back together, I put a bulk head in to store the necessities

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    :mrgreen:

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    With removable ski pole

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