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Old 05 October 2016, 18:19   #1
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FC530 on the Water

Well, after a year of waiting to get this Zodiac on the water, all the hard work paid off. From driving the boat and trailer from Missouri to Denver and then finally to San Diego to getting the paperwork in order and gearing up, the day finally came when all this came to fruition.
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Old 05 October 2016, 19:38   #2
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She looks Bristol mate.

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MPH @ WOT?

Make sure you're at max tube pressure, and to play with the trim. Futuras like to maintain a bow-up attitude.
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Did i notice a fuel bladder on the bow? Whats the spec? Well done getting it in the water. I did not know you could get a jet drive so small. Nik
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Did i notice a fuel bladder on the bow? Whats the spec?
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