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    Working out the details on picking up this '84 Youngblood TX-19 from my wifes cousin.





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    Cool man!

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    Nice !!

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    Wow thats alot of checkers. Looks like a cool winger though and it was in front of the other so that help for the sale. Whats up with the one in the second pic lower rite corner? Got any pics of the mill in that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJD View Post
    Whats up with the one in the second pic lower rite corner? Got any pics of the mill in that?
    That's Keith Talley's TX-18, I will look and see if I can find some. I think he posts on here, Badblood. If you go on the youngbloodjetboats.com site you can find pics of it under the Hottest Jetboat section.


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    A little info on it..
    pump is a dominator with stainless b impellor with inducer, it leaves hard now. motor is 475 cui bbc with brodix 2 plus heads brodix intake and a proform racing 950 carb, richard omalley nitrous system right now has 300 shot jet in it double crossbar plate system. lunati crank and cam 718 lift intake 720 exhaust, msd ignition all the way with msd 6al box and msd retard box. got a dyno sheet from a few years back showed it made like 670 horses on motor and close to 950 with the 300 shot of nitrous which the plate is rated for up to a 350 shot. 13:1 compression.


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    Question about the front side of the boat...
    What is orange up front in the middle of the checks?
    Good lookin boat!

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    Coredog that looks good! I really like my new boat and it is a blast to drive! WT


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    Quote Originally Posted by TRG View Post
    Question about the front side of the boat...
    What is orange up front in the middle of the checks?
    Good lookin boat!
    It has a couple of small flames painted at the very front of the boat.


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    ya cant see it in the pics but the red has alot of flake in it, its a purdy boat up close and a runner he got me by a nose awhile back with it or i got him, it was close regardless, was having alil pump issue as ya can tell from the pics and was payin more attention to that than the race lol nice purchase brother cory when we gna turbo the hell outta it?






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    i also like the sideways mounted scoop
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbo View Post
    i also like the sideways mounted scoop
    Lol. Yea I guess at that speed everything needs to be mounted TIGHT!


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    Quote Originally Posted by cordog009 View Post
    Working out the details on picking up this '84 Youngblood TX-19 from my wifes cousin.



    Damn, thats my old 22 Daytona in the background of the second pic, parked by my buddys 26. That has been a couple of years

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbo View Post
    i also like the sideways mounted scoop
    lol i didnt even see that i remember the 1st pass we made together he almost ran me over getting into my lane, i had to cut hard lh and change my swimtrunks

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