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Old 27 November 2006, 00:04   #1
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The First Revenger with a brand new 300XS on the back

I am very happy with the new 300 she runs very smooth. i wil post some # soon.
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Old 27 November 2006, 01:07   #2
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very nice!!
looking forward to more pixx..
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Old 27 November 2006, 06:59   #3
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Ahhhhh,

Another yellow RIB.
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Which Revenger is that? I have a similar hull and am also looking at a 300xs - what sort of performance are you getting? I know it's early days but any data would be of interest.
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At his first trial Sake already got 103km/hr and 5700rpm.
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Old 27 November 2006, 10:46   #6
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103 KMH. Thats awesome.
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Old 27 November 2006, 11:40   #7
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Which Revenger is that? I have a similar hull and am also looking at a 300xs - what sort of performance are you getting? I know it's early days but any data would be of interest.

That is a 1996 27 ft Revenger, she handel the power perfeckt. i wil let you know how she runs when the engine is daild in. i think 110 km/h schould be posible
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At his first trial Sake already got 103km/hr and 5700rpm.
WOW not bad on a new engine - that's 64mph!!! Looks like it's a smaller and lighter boat than mine - I have a 29ft and it's heavier - hopefully I will still see the magic 60mph though.
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Old 27 November 2006, 12:15   #9
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WOW not bad on a new engine - that's 64mph!!! Looks like it's a smaller and lighter boat than mine - I have a 29ft and it's heavier - hopefully I will still see the magic 60mph though.
I hope that the next rev wil be also a 29 with twin step
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Any idea what prop he is using?
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Thanks for that - keep the info coming when you can - fuel consumption etc etc - it all helps.
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Old 27 November 2006, 16:57   #13
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What a monster

I say Monsters drive Monsters, what a coool engine sake.. congrats !! What's next ? a gasturbine ? grtz. Mervyn
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How fast did you go with your 250XS engine?

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Old 28 November 2006, 09:30   #15
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How fast did you go with your 250XS engine?

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The 250Xs run 99 KM/U in the everhytime and the best i saw with lees fuel etc etc was 103 on the gps
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Dear Sake, i heard you were not the first one with the 300 XS............................. in the Netherlands.........

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Try the tempest plus Sake. You can try one of me if you want.
I have a 24 and a 26.
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That is right Ar, but i am the first with a revenger with a 300XS se my Topic

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Try the tempest plus Sake. You can try one of me if you want.
I have a 24 and a 26.
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Oke Niels thanks allot!!
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Dear Sake, i heard you were not the first one with the 300 XS............................. in the Netherlands.........

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But he'll certainly be the last, as the motor is no longer legally for sale in the EEC, as it does not comply with the current emmision regulations. This motor, together with the 250xs, is now only available for sale to "race teams", for racing use only.....

There are plans for Mercury to homologate these motors for EEC sales, but not in the immediate future.

Of course, it wouldnt be the first time I got the arse end of the stick, but thats what I've been reliably informed.
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