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Old 11 October 2005, 05:48   #21
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but trying to look at the gages at this speed is not so easy
I fell out doing exactly that... ever read that thread?

Mollulnan, just checked my Prop, it's the exact same part number as the one you list. It was new in 2003.
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Old 11 October 2005, 06:03   #22
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I fell out doing exactly that... ever read that thread?

Mollulnan, just checked my Prop, it's the exact same part number as the one you list. It was new in 2003.
Yes I remember that one, nearly did the same out from Salcombe earlier this year! Bounced off the seat on to the tube & managed to say in the boat
One little pocket rocket
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Old 11 October 2005, 06:04   #23
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Have you got toe straps? Far fewer "dirty pants" experiences since i fitted them.
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Have you got toe straps? Far fewer "dirty pants" experiences since i fitted them.
No, not yet anyway! This year has turned out to be a bit of a disappointment as since getting this Opti fitted I have had just a few problems
All sorted out now (fingers crossed) But managed to miss out on most of the summer!
On the + side if I do not open her up but stick to say 25 Knot I reckon I'm using about half the fuel I was with the 100hp 2 stroke twin carb
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On the + side if I do not open her up but stick to say 25 Knot I reckon I'm using about half the fuel I was with the 100hp 2 stroke twin carb
right and you won't be tempted to do a little more because its flat calm and sunny ?
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right and you won't be tempted to do a little more because its flat calm and sunny ?
It's the truth, ask the wife!

Jane "That seemed a bit faster than normal!"

Nick " just the effect of going in to the wind, makes it seem faster!"
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Old 11 October 2005, 12:02   #27
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Have you got toe straps? Far fewer "dirty pants" experiences since i fitted them.
Which type did you fit??? I suppose correct placement is a case of trial and error?? Different positions would suit different people.................
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I feel my "octopus" post coming on again!

footholds? yay or nay?
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footholds? yay or nay?

Alright - just getting lazy!!!
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