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Old 10 May 2012, 03:31   #11
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Thanks Matt - that manual is really useful as I didn't get one with the boat!

I'll report back on that top speed.....only really been out on the river so far which would give me serious issues with the dinghy sailors / rowers if I were to try!! It was very windy when i moved it to the yard on Monday which made the ride ...interesting!!

Really pleased with the boat, was more or less exactly what I was after! After having run a V8 American sports boat for a couple of years, the thought of putting a spoonful of fuel in for a great days fun is the appeal, with the only restriction on range being how much fuel you can carry!!!!

Just need some sun now.......

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Old 10 May 2012, 17:16   #12
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MattD

I'll need to wait until the weather improves and I can get off the river to check that speed out....or my relationship with the rowers and sailors could reach an all time low!

Just a quickie, do you have a plug that screws in to the threaded plughole on the outside of the transom....because i don't and I wasn't if that's how they came?

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Old 10 May 2012, 17:27   #13
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Cheers, would be good to have a comparison. No rush though, I have only recently been able to open mine up cus I only got to use it on rivers before. Even a hint of speeding and people fishing get the right hump!

There is a bung attached to a piece of cord that plugs in drain hole on the transom from the inside, but nothing that fits in the threaded part on the outside, wondered what it was for myself and assumed it must be something to do with the manufacturing process.
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