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    Wow.... even I'm impressed... looks pretty F-ing stable for a 31' boat at that speed

    Congrats to Dave and crew at DCB


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    0:44 check out the turn at 120mph!
    1:45 170mph


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    Interesting how much noise those 13fitties put out, what with being turbo'd and all. I would have thought most of the exhaust noise would be wiped out.
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    Tony at DCB took me for a in depth tour of a brand new M-35 at Loto. And I was very very impressed with all the things on that boat....Very Sweet.

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    Those motors have a throaty sound to them. Would like to see some pictures. Since its going to Canada I assume the exhaust is turned down to the water. It would not be a fair performance comparison to the F-series/Daytona's series due to the size of this boat it's, huge. (Wide) The DCB crew does some really fine work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charley View Post
    Wow.... even I'm impressed... looks pretty F-ing stable for a 31' boat at that speed

    Congrats to Dave and crew at DCB


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    Can't get enough of this video, just wish I had an extra $700k lying around...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shock 'N' Awe View Post


    Can't get enough of this video, just wish I had an extra $700k lying around...
    700k? are you kiddin? Damn I could get one hell of a Skater for that kinda dough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Detail Toyz View Post
    700k? are you kiddin? Damn I could get one hell of a Skater for that kinda dough!
    The motors and drives are like $200k per side, so $700k is just what I think is a pretty darn good guesstimate...
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    Dave's boats just keep raising the bar. I remember the l.a. show when he introduced two mach 26's (no capsules at that time yet) it was dave and one other salesmen. I could tell this guy was building boats the right way, and there is a market for boaters that like there boats built with that extra effort of detail and perfection. Good job Tony! I know when you were at Elim. I noticed a big difference in the quality of rigging they were throwing out and I know you were a big part of that. Keep it up DCB. If I hit the lotto my first call is to order one

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    The crew was just back out there in Havasu doing more testing with the boat and ran 177 with 41 merc props on the rev-limiter!!! Hats off to the DCB guys!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by some day View Post
    The crew was just back out there in Havasu doing more testing with the boat and ran 177 with 41 merc props on the rev-limiter!!! Hats off to the DCB guys!!!!
    Foc!!!

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