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    Default Njba races - fall nationals

    There are a number of congratulatories to go out to some of our Performance Boat Forum members at the NJBA races that were completed this afternoon.

    I will start out with CONGRATULATIONS to Mike Miller - Red Rocket, driving Grey Matter for his outstanding performances in Pro Gas Jet. He lead the field in qualifying and ran quickly right down through the finals where he won.

    Next, our own Texas-Californian Robb Burklin - The Red Pearl runner upped to Red Rocket and cinched the season NJBA Pro Gas Championship season HI POINTS in the process!

    Congrats and Great running to both competitors

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    Pretty sure that Arek Stromanger locked up the 8 sec championship and The Guy, Roger Roadstrom jr won comp flat and super eliminator championships.
    And Jeff Conrad won the gambler class in his second race behind the wheel of his new boat. Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    Pretty sure that Arek Stromanger locked up the 8 sec championship and The Guy, Roger Roadstrom jr won comp flat and super eliminator championships.
    And Jeff Conrad won the gambler class in his second race behind the wheel of his new boat. Congrats!
    the guy dominated progasflat. with his comp engine.

    and congrats to brandon davis (progas on the boards. well, his dad is) for winning SE in their first race with new engine.

    zach was badass again. 5 rounds, no byes or legal singles, for the win.

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    1953 wins ubfj 405 runner up Ubfj

    877 wins 8.0

    545 runner up 8.0

    949 wins gambler

    905 wins 9.0

    519 runner up 9.0

    405 takes runner up in hi points in both 8.0 and Ubfj

    It was a killer season with both points chases tied going into the last race!!
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    Congrats Miller and all the other winners
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    Pretty sure Ballztech won 10.0 Congrats Andy
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    Quote Originally Posted by RIVER4FUN View Post
    Pretty sure Ballztech won 10.0 Congrats Andy
    He did. Mr hankey was the shit today!

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    Great job miller!
    Had a blast crewin with you again.

    Congrats to arek boat was haulin the mail. Nicest guy on the face of the earth.

    How about woods! Forgot the number he ran but I know he brought the noise.
    Good job to everyone else. Great weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc18 View Post
    Great job miller!
    Had a blast crewin with you again.

    Congrats to arek boat was haulin the mail. Nicest guy on the face of the earth.

    How about woods! Forgot the number he ran but I know he brought the noise.
    Good job to everyone else. Great weekend
    Think Woods went 7.46 not sure about mph! Wow!

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    Great job guys.
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    Great race! October is always my favorite.

    The race went super smooth, the weather cooperated and there were like 65 boats! Nice job NJBA.

    Congrats to all the high points winners. It's a lot of work to run all year and battle for high points, nice job guys.

    Props to all the cdba guys, dude you guys can race, bad ass showing for all you guys!

    See you guys in 2 weeks at Firebird for World Finals!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    Great race! October is always my favorite.

    The race went super smooth, the weather cooperated and there were like 65 boats! Nice job NJBA.

    Congrats to all the high points winners. It's a lot of work to run all year and battle for high points, nice job guys.

    Props to all the cdba guys, dude you guys can race, bad ass showing for all you guys!

    See you guys in 2 weeks at Firebird for World Finals!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The REAL Prop Duster#281 View Post
    Think Woods went 7.46 not sure about mph! Wow!
    Hey Tim, nice job in 038, your dialed in Im thinking. Thanks for all the help this weekend.

    He made 2 laps in the 7.4s., 4.0s to 660. Cant remember the exact hundreths but they were legit for what hes got going on. The setup on both runs was totally different including impellers, 2nd setup was better. We only unleash the thing about 1-2 times a year, last time we did it was last year I think in October, usually just tune for 8.0. The second run (I think you guys had let already Tim) was the last pass of the day (saftey pass) but there was a little wind on it and we only ran to 1000'. 5.8s to 1000' both passes, I believe the second was a low 5.8

    3.9s to 660 next year Woods! It will do it. Nice job driving.
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    Great racing everyone, what a great group of guys. thanks for having us northern guys i will be back next year hopefully racing my boat.
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