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  1. #31
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
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    High Ridge MO MM 45 LOTO
    My Ride
    Donzi 35ZR. Donzi 28ZX
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    57
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    About 100 gallons
    Ran it hard
    Go BIG or Go Home

  2. #32
    Join Date
    Jun 2004
    Location
    Eldon / 5MM LOTO
    Age
    47
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim
    Pretty serious accusation there. How would one know this for certain?
    You have to look at who this is coming from by now most people on this site know how much of of his BS to believe. 000000000000000.

  3. #33
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Location
    Belleville, KS
    My Ride
    35 Outlaw - 236 SSI
    Age
    49
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    Wednesday - Sunday Fuel

    We put in on Wednesday at public #2 and stayed at MM18.

    We had a little more than 3/4 of a tank when we started, I had put in 60 gallons on Wednesday and shot in another 100 at Marine Max on Friday morning.

    On Thursday we left MM 18 and headed to Shady Gators and made the short run marking the stops on the GPS, and just tooling around.

    On Friday we headed to Coconuts from MM18 and ran about 60 to 65 the whole way.

    Saturday's run was not quite as fast around 50 or so on the short run. All in all had little less than half a tank on Sunday... I think we did pretty well considering the new boat had about 10 hours on it before we put in on Wednesday. I think we used 120 gallons or so the whole time.
    I would rather be lucky than good any day!

  4. #34
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim
    Pretty serious accusation there. How would one know this for certain?
    It's real easy to tell I have a piston to prove it and alot of big time power builders to back me up.
    Are you going to wire it 220? 220,221 what ever it takes.

  5. #35
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3600cat
    It's real easy to tell I have a piston to prove it and alot of big time power builders to back me up.
    Wiggler?

    I'm confused....
    The difference between an average person and a great person is not whether or not they fail, but how they react when they fail. In the worst of times, true men are born.

  6. #36
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
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    loto
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    BDM what's your question if you have one for me?

    Don't "confuse" me for sombody who's going to take a bunch of stupid replys.
    Are you going to wire it 220? 220,221 what ever it takes.

  7. #37
    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    My Ride
    Resin Bucket
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    39
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    2,690
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    It is Jim's boat but Anthony does the engine work ( and now he has some extra work). Search around, Jim has his issues but Anthony can be vouched for by many reputable people.

    Sorry to hear about the whole ordeal and hopefully he can get it put back together sooner than later.

    Now I don't feel so bad about paying extra $ for the fuel at Bridgeview.

  8. #38
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3600cat
    BDM what's your question if you have one for me?

    Don't "confuse" me for sombody who's going to take a bunch of stupid replys.
    Check your PM's plz. I was confused about the situation, not you.
    The difference between an average person and a great person is not whether or not they fail, but how they react when they fail. In the worst of times, true men are born.

  9. #39
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Location
    S.E. Iowa & 7mm LOTO
    My Ride
    An old BEAK, BEAK BEAK
    Age
    56
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    8,527
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    We used about a 100 gallons m/l, beak had it's tongue hanging out by the time the run was over, it was HOT !!
    I'm a Father, I'm your friend, I'm your Brother till the end. ~~ K.R.

  10. #40
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Location
    42 MM Alcorn Hollow Cove
    My Ride
    American Curls
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    51
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    6,490
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    I would say close to 100gals......but worth every penny!!


    OH yeah and 2 props repair....drivers error the next morning....
    Whats next?

  11. #41
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Location
    Marion,IA & LOTO 25.5mm
    My Ride
    32 foot Sunsation MCOB
    Age
    50
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    138
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    We used somewhere around 35 galllons and did all 10 stops. I too try to keep the fuel at the 3/4 to full range.

  12. #42
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Location
    Dallas Texas
    My Ride
    29 Outlaw
    Age
    51
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    We burned up about 140 gal. But we left the 52mm at 630am, Picked up Eric and Nichole at the 4mm. Completed the short run then headed back to the
    52mm.
    Can't wait till next year.
    Lake Texoma

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