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    Default How to piss a CHEVY lover off??

    Pull the junk thing and replace it with a 600cui 12-71 blown BBF!!!
    The engine was only mock'd up in the picture, tore down and will start assem soon...

    Hope the zoomies are ok with the MI law inforcement???

    See you all on the water...

    Looking forward to finally meeting you all...

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    Nice boat anchor Just kidding! Run the zoomies! its the only way to fly. will you have it ready for this summer?

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    Hi Adam,
    I'm anxious to see your boat this summer. Is that a Hallett ?
    That V bottom should do good up at Hardy.

    The zoomies will certainly get you a ticket.
    They are good for folks who measure their boating time by minutes rather than hours.

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    The only thing I'll be lacking this year will be the paint..

    But I have an IDEA??

    Flat primer black? Rat Rod look? With some red and white pin strips, crazy CLAY SMITH stickers, Just for a season, then over the winter paint her up???

    My Zoomies have little mufflers that can be installed... See if they can still ticket me?

    out adam

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown86hallet View Post
    The only thing I'll be lacking this year will be the paint..

    But I have an IDEA??

    Flat primer black? Rat Rod look? With some red and white pin strips, crazy CLAY SMITH stickers, Just for a season, then over the winter paint her up???

    My Zoomies have little mufflers that can be installed... See if they can still ticket me?

    out adam
    I always thought the flat black thing would be cool. Would not worry to much about the zoomies, seems to be pretty safe down state.
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    I've been hassled with over the transom wet exhaust in the past. While there is a noise law in Michigan, a lot depends on the cop.

    Anyhow the limit is 90 db per the SAE test spec outlined in the link below or 75 db measured on shore.

    You may have to copy and paste the link to your browser.

    https://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(0e...=mcl-324-80156

    I'm not a cop or lawyer and don't like or agree with the law. Just stating the facts here.

    There is a loophole if it's a "Historic Vessel". Not sure how to get that designation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeeter Fogger View Post
    I've been hassled with over the transom wet exhaust in the past. While there is a noise law in Michigan, a lot depends on the cop.

    Anyhow the limit is 90 db per the SAE test spec outlined in the link below or 75 db measured on shore.

    You may have to copy and paste the link to your browser.

    https://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(0e...=mcl-324-80156

    I'm not a cop or lawyer and don't like or agree with the law. Just stating the facts here.

    There is a loophole if it's a "Historic Vessel". Not sure how to get that designation.

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    Good info.

    (A motorboat that qualifies as an historic vessel.)
    What makes it HISTORIC? 20 yrs old? 30 yrs old?

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    Go HALLETT! even with a Ford.

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    Does not matter chevy,ford,olds as long as it has a blower on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown86hallet View Post
    What makes it HISTORIC? 20 yrs old? 30 yrs old?
    Not sure. I know you can get "historic" plates for cars but have not looked into the designation for boats.

    I will say the zoomies are wicked. I loved it when Kevin was blasting by the house when he was running zoomies! It rattled every window and trinket in the house. Like music to my ears. Not everyone else appreciated it though. Almost every time he ran the Sheriff would arrive soon thereafter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown86hallet View Post
    Good info.

    (A motorboat that qualifies as an historic vessel.)
    What makes it HISTORIC? 20 yrs old? 30 yrs old?
    Read 21. http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(2zo...20AND%20vessel
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    The only blab's I will even be a part of is just when it is me they are talking about. Aaaah yes I can see a few good looking shiny tall deck motors on the beach, with barely enough fuel to get back to the launch saying, "Holy crap how fast you think that Daytona was going man? That's like the 20th time he's gone by today?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanger rat View Post
    Nice Catch! Are you going to look deeper into this? I've heard of some old MHBA events where the local Roscoe P. Coltrain would not even let some boats launch because of open exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeeter Fogger View Post
    Nice Catch! Are you going to look deeper into this? I've heard of some old MHBA events where the local Roscoe P. Coltrain would not even let some boats launch because of open exhaust.
    It got so bad 25 years ago that I took up golf !!!! Everywhere I went I either got pulled over or told not to launch............. The last 5 years It has been pretty good, lots of guys running open headers or zoomies and not getting hasseled down state around here.........
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    (21) A vessel that is 30 years of age or older and not used other than in club activities, exhibitions, tours, parades, and other similar activities is a historic vessel. The secretary of state shall make available to the public application forms for certificates of number for historic vessels and, upon receipt of a completed application form and fee, shall number a historic vessel as a historic vessel. The fee for the numbering of a historic vessel is 1/3 of the otherwise applicable fee specified in subsection (6).

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