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    Default Jet boat Racings / How To behind the scenes. (Video series)

    We thought we would make a series of videos explaining what goes on behind the scenes of the races. We're tearing apart a race boat and putting it back together. Jesse has over 12 years of racing and repair experience so he's pretty much up to speed. No pun intended! If you have any questions or comments please post them on the video. Will try and answer them as we tape more videos. Here is are first, By no means are we producers and professional cameramen. Hope you like it!

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    Nice job. I'm looking forward to the rest of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod56cars View Post
    Nice job. I'm looking forward to the rest of them.
    Me too. Thanks for putting them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod56cars View Post
    Nice job. I'm looking forward to the rest of them.
    Here is number 2. Jesse talks about bondo and spoons.

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    Interesting. Sure would like to learn how 350 HP = 91 MPH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyNitrous View Post
    Interesting. Sure would like to learn how 350 HP = 91 MPH.
    X2!!.....

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    Grate and ride plate. This one is pretty short.

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    Here is video number 4: Revisiting the spoon, Jesse talks about the use of a spoon on the bottom of the boat and its inportance pluss he gives a demonstration.

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    And number 5 Explaining the process of applying bondo the bottom of the boat.

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    If you guys are getting sick of these let me know i'll quit posting them.
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    Good info there. Keep them coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyNitrous View Post
    Interesting. Sure would like to learn how 350 HP = 91 MPH.
    Look at the stovepipe nozzle hanging off the split bowl.

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    Ugly, but effective I guess..... Is that what they call a Chrunyk nozzle?

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    Very much enjoyed the video! Didn't realize the critical nature of the bottom ahead of the pump. I thought the factory did a good job until I broke out a straight edge and checked mine. What do you recommend to fill with on a fibreglass application......still bondo?

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    Part 6 on the boat series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve-Cat View Post
    Look at the stovepipe nozzle hanging off the split bowl.
    So where does one aquire the stovepipe nozzle?

    Good videos, keep them coming.

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