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Old 16 June 2007, 15:50   #271
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I love that mean machine , it its running very smoothly and uses very litle fuel !
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Old 16 June 2007, 18:17   #272
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I love that mean machine , it its running very smoothly and uses very litle fuel !
What do you call very little? What will it use at WOT - about 90lph???
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Old 17 June 2007, 04:58   #273
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What do you call very little? What will it use at WOT - about 90lph???
Thats correct , to be exact on the Seaquel she takes 92Lph @WOT but i have never seen more than 25Lph average on a day out on the lake , and i have a heavy foot hihi
Btw this engine came off the 27ft Revenger wich was owend by Sake , also a dutch member on this board .
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Old 17 June 2007, 06:22   #274
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Thats correct , to be exact on the Seaquel she takes 92Lph @WOT but i have never seen more than 25Lph average on a day out on the lake , and i have a heavy foot hihi
Btw this engine came off the 27ft Revenger wich was owend by Sake , also a dutch member on this board .
Yours is a very light boat - I seem to remember he wasn't so impressed with it on his RIB - or was it because it was new?
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Old 17 June 2007, 07:47   #275
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Old 18 June 2007, 07:20   #277
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Yours is a very light boat - I seem to remember he wasn't so impressed with it on his RIB - or was it because it was new?

Jep my rig weights about 1200kg incl trailer and full fuel tank so it performs much better than when it was on the Revenger , now Sake has a 29ft Revenger with two 250hp Verado , a real drag monster !
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the new towing weapon!! scared of getting it in the salty stuff tho, guna use a long rope, im sure the AWD will do the rest nicely
There used (when I were a lad) to be a tee shirt available, with an image of a large USAian Cop on it. The caption was "What we have here is a total lack of respect for the law".

Good job those double yellows are a bit dodgy...
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Old 27 June 2007, 18:25   #279
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There used (when I were a lad) to be a tee shirt available, with an image of a large USAian Cop on it. The caption was "What we have here is a total lack of respect for the law".

Good job those double yellows are a bit dodgy...
You've got to understand that this is the 'Sarf of Englund' and our councils don't spend its money on bigger and better roads to accomodate its massively increased population. No it spends our taxes on double yellow lines, speed bumps and anything else it can think of just to annoy the average driver. Why. Because how dare you own and run a car when global warming is the in thing to talk about and Stage Coach (What a name for a bus company, makes you think of Dick Turpin) get so much of our taxes as well. Shame they can't get me to work at 6 in the morning. Period, no ifs no buts. They just can't do it. And if they could I know it would take one bus transfer and over an hour to go 12 miles to work. Which takes 15 mins normally. Unless I get stuck behind an empty bus.................................... Along with 20 other cars.
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