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    Default My 11ft turbocharged jetboat **New Video**

    A video of my homemade 11ft jetboat



    YouTube - JETLING 335 Final Movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trond View Post
    A video of my homemade 11ft jetboat



    Let me be the first to ask a really stupid question......are there any pictures of this boat or is that a 4:00 min + video of a rear view ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Let me be the first to ask a really stupid question......are there any pictures of this boat or is that a 4:00 min + video of a rear view ?

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    Search Youtube for JETLING 335

    Lots of videos of this little rocket on there.

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    Guys, here are some photos of Norways fastest 11ft boat...

















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    Top speed? Just curious as it is so small

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    I haven't tested at WOT yet, but top speed has been measured to 80mph with GPS. In the movie i'm going 78mph with me and a passenger. I shooting for 85mph next...

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    Now thats some engineering. Nice job. It's good to see someone with some skills and building something from ground up.

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    Great job!

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    Thanks guys!!

    It has been really fun building this thing. And now I've come to the best part, speed testing There's so much more potential in this monster, just need to tune a little to find them. I dont think 90mph is impossible... but that's scary fast on a 11ft hull!!

    All the building has been documented at greenhulk.net

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    "Scary fast"? Im thinking more like dangerous You got big nuts dude!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacho! View Post
    "Scary fast"? Im thinking more like dangerous You got big nuts dude!
    Well.... could be dangerous, but there is several 10ft and even 9ft jetskis out there which does 100+, so I should be "safe" at below that speed. With the added rideplate and tabs my boat is closer to 12ft than 11ft, but it's still "small" compared to your jet boats. I'm thinking about mounting some harness to keep me in the boat in case of a spin-out.

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    Im definitely not a person to preach about safety, and there are many vids of people with turbo'd hayabusa shifter carts, so I say RUN IT!

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