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Amazing man. Wow
BadAss! Congratulations Zach, You guys work hard to make this happen and it shows in the results.
PS...you didn't do too bad either Tony.
Just bad-ass Zack and the 905 crew
Great job guys.
Pro-Mod jet boat ....... hummmmm
how many cubes in that thing ?
Congratulations!!! That's really impressive!!! If anyone knows where I can see video please share.
Crazy to see how similar the times and speed are between such dissimilar rigs! Going off Penberthy's race logs, the quickest pass The Butcher ever made was 3.92 at 660' and 5.37 at the 1,000' @ 168 (no # at the 1,320' as this was when he ran it all-out in TAH). Tony and Zach would kill it to half track and all three would be deck to deck at the 1,000'. I'm guessing Tony and Zach are pretty much the "Kings of Ming" with those time-slips (not counting any capsuled Pro boats).
Ya that thing is flying and nice and flat too. Zach makes it look easy but we all know how much work they put in. Great Job guys!
Originally Posted by Sweet Pickle Couldn't let that one go Tony? LOL!
No it's not about bragging rights at all. I am floored at how quick and fast they have that thing going and I looked at our time slip and it was virtually identical!
Couldn't let that one go Tony? LOL!
Almost identical Attachment 720985
BAD ASS Bud, congrats to you and your crew!
Thanks for all the compliments guys, we had an awesome weekend. Super stoked to be able to come away with a record that I never thought would be touched.
A little recap of our weekend; My crew nailed the set up on the first try, we set up the boat Friday night, and didn't touch the hardware all weekend. We came off the trailer and ran a 6.996 @ 135, valving it at 1000', for the #1 spot in UBFJ. Decided to skip first round of qualifying in the QE class to concentrate on UBFJ, and trying to get the record. In the 2nd round of UBFJ, Mike Miller made a Nitrous tune up adjustment, and the boat went quicker to 660', and 1000', but I let off too much trying to stay under 145, and the boat went 7.02 @ 128. We had a first round bye in eliminations, and ran a 6.970 @ 136, valving it just after 1000', giving us the record. 2nd round we had Andy Ralls, and Decided to drive the boat out to back door, it ran a 6.862 @ 149, for our best run. In the finals we beat Jerry Hicks with a 7.250, getting out of it early, to his 7.257
Couldn't do it without a ton of help. A huge thank you goes out to all the people that have helped along the way. My Crew; Brother Steve, you've made all of this happen couldn't do any of it with out you, Jay, Dad Mike, Mom Carol, Uncle Rick and Auntie Di, Mercedes, Sara, and Jacob. Andy Ralls and Ralls performance Marine, for the badass machine work and support. Mike Miller, the motor is an absolute beast, and he got it going faster as the day went on and air got worse. Jack McClure, best Jet drives around, period. Jeff Bennett for the insane bottom. And Last but not least Joe at JP marine, for the all help and knowledge given out over the years, wouldn't have happened without you Joe!
3.79 to the 1/8 and 5.39 to the 1,000' getting to the 6.86 1/4 - WOW! Super impressive #s. I hope to see you guys run next month.