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    Default Way to go Bro!

    Congats to all the boys at F-Bomb racing for setting both ends of the UBFJ record 7.14 @ 144 and getting the win.
    A special congrats to my brother Wayne for building and tuning another winning engine combo. Not too bad for doing this as a hobby out of your garage.

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    Are you sure he got the win? Looked like a DQ pass in the final to me.

    Congrats on the record for sure.
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    Clock issue? Re-run? DQ?


    4/17/2011 2:56 PM - Class:UBFJ
    Left 537 - F BOMB MIKE DE CLARK, ANAHEIM, CA 0.000| 0.070| 5.611| 159.650| 7.094| 154.370| 0.55000| WINNER
    Right 000 - HERE COMES WHITEY JOE MORGAN, YORBA LINDA, CA 0.000| 0.193| 5.889| 166.530| 7.521| 135.330| 0.00000|
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    I don't care if it was 154, 164 or 204, it was bad ass and F-BOMB was the Class of the field. Congrats to everyone on that team!
    We had nothing for you guys and I had a great time getting trailered, by you Mike. Back to the drawing board for us but we will be out next race to get after it.
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    John D running 7.10 like a bracket boat was unreal!!! We all just sat back and watched the UBFJ and meatpie haul ass all weekend. Morgan a rough one but doubt will be back in thick of it next race.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Clock issue? Re-run? DQ?


    4/17/2011 2:56 PM - Class:UBFJ
    Left 537 - F BOMB MIKE DE CLARK, ANAHEIM, CA 0.000| 0.070| 5.611| 159.650| 7.094| 154.370| 0.55000| WINNER
    Right 000 - HERE COMES WHITEY JOE MORGAN, YORBA LINDA, CA 0.000| 0.193| 5.889| 166.530| 7.521| 135.330| 0.00000|


    REALLY ???? IT IS WHAT IT IS .... ITS OK.... HE PLAYED BY THE RULES ....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Clock issue? Re-run? DQ?


    4/17/2011 2:56 PM - Class:UBFJ
    Left 537 - F BOMB MIKE DE CLARK, ANAHEIM, CA 0.000| 0.070| 5.611| 159.650| 7.094| 154.370| 0.55000| WINNER
    Right 000 - HERE COMES WHITEY JOE MORGAN, YORBA LINDA, CA 0.000| 0.193| 5.889| 166.530| 7.521| 135.330| 0.00000|
    Dang right they were hauling ass. Congrats to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboatguru View Post
    John D running 7.10 like a bracket boat was unreal!!! We all just sat back and watched the UBFJ and meatpie haul ass all weekend. Morgan a rough one but doubt will be back in thick of it next race.
    Thanks Tony it means alot comming from a great driver like you
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    Awesome!
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