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    STV Pro Comp

    Contact AnthonySS on here...his company built the hinges on mine.
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    Pro Comp Rear Cowling

    Supposedly there is a guy in Canada that has the molds.
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    There was one posted in the boat spam section of Performanceboats.com...89 Pro Comp Ski like mine.
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    2002 STV Drag Pro Comp

    Is this boat from the guy up in Canada that was selling the drag bottom and Pro Comp deck molds? If so, can you e-mail me all the pics you have of the boat (specifically the deck and rear seat and/or race cowl)? keith@stvboats.com Thanks!
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    Pro-Max Rev Limiter.

    Try Eric Simon at Simon Motorsports.
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    New best

    Hit a new best yesterday...111mph Nothing special for most of you guys, but a new place for me. Stock 260, ~85* air temp, Mazco RE3-27 turning 8700rpm. Wish I had my 29 with me now!
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    New best

    Thanks Anthony. The boat seems to be running real well right now (I hope it's not the case of it runs best right before it breaks!). Went 107, 2-up with the 27, then 108 2-up with the 29. I like the way the 27 carries the boat better, so I'm gonna have my prop guy mod the 29 a bit. The 27 has 1* less rake (17* vs. 18*), so a little more stern lift. He says he can add stern lift by adding some cup on the trailing edge of the blades near the root. We'll see what it does.
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    New best

    OK, 6.x%, yes.
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    New best

    Thanks. I think your calculator is broke though. Did you use a 29 pitch or 27? I ran that with the 27...WISH I had the 29. I got 5% on my calculator. Boating season is just getting real good here. Was still in the low 90's last weekend in Havasu. Can't wait for the 50ish temps this winter...always goes faster when it's cool out.
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    Pro-Comp back seat&ferring

    Well, I don't have any money right now, but might be running into some and would consider buying the molds for a decent price. I'm no fiberglass guy, but I love the PCS deck and would like to build myself a new one for my boat. Rather than buy a deck, I'd like to have a guy of my choosing build one, but that requires the mold - or making one from my deck, which is more work/money than buying the existing molds I'd guess.
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    Octane Boosters

    I bought directly from B and D automotive (http://www.bndautomotive.com), but that gallon cost me $200. I was told previously that it should have run me about $125 - so not sure if I got ripped by going direct or not. I'd do some calling around before ordering again.
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    Pro-Comp back seat&ferring

    Actually, rather than buy a deck, I wonder if he'd be interested in selling the mold for the deck and rear fairings. Any idea?
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    Pro-Comp back seat&ferring

    Any idea if Dave still has the Pro Comp deck molds and what condition they are in?
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    Octane Boosters

    I bought a gallon of the TK-7 (now ACES 4) to do some testing...haven't done it myself yet. My dad did have a River Rocket with a stout 260 with 190# compression and was able to run 93 + ACES 4 with no problems.
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    1994 STV EURO

    Actually, I am considering adding another STV to my stable...but it will be a ModVP this time.
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    1994 STV EURO

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    1994 STV EURO

    Hey Mikey, did you hear about the BBSP this weekend in Havasu? I'll be there, with at least one other STV. C'mon out! Sorry to hijack your thread...free bump!
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    stv decals

    If you need the old yellow warning stickers, I think I still have a few of those.
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    What moron would put a 180mph speedo in a STV - much less a splash? Jeez Speaking of Canadian guys with STV molds...where's the guy with the Pro Comp deck mold?
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    1989 stv procomp

    Where is the boat located? Too bad this wasn't posted a week ago...my buddy just bought one not as clean as that in CA last weekend.
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    stv slip

    Sounds like you need to find a good prop guy...they can add more bite off the bottom. My guy is Kevin @ R&R Prop Shop. 702-564-7502. He has a lightweight River Rocket with a 300 drag as well.
  22. This is an original Summerford River Rocket with a mod VP bottom. It is currently set up as a drag boat, side by side front seat, no rear seat, racing fuel cell in middle of boat, dual cable steering, manual jackplate. The boat has been painted and is is in decent cosmetic condition. There are some sings of cosmetic repair, but no structural damage. There is a small crack in the upper deck at the rear cowl area. Set up for Mercury, all guages need re wiring, foot throttle included. It is sitting on a galvanized tandem Hustler trailer. Tires are fair, bearings are fresh, road ready. I was told, by the previous owner the boat ran 10.50's in the quarter with a modified 260. The boat is light, but not paper thin. Was going to restore and repower, but plans have changed. Boat has a new Florida title and trailer has new Florida registration. First $4,500.00 gets it. Pics to follow. 772-398-0321 Located in Port St. Lucie, Fl.
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    RiverRocket race fairing hold down

    Yep, still got'm. The only thing bad about them is that they are like a roller skate/skateboard axle...steel shaft with "flutes" pressed into an alum housing. Eventually, the flutes don't bite the alum anymore and get loose. I have 2 sets, so I mix and match to make it all work. Lining them up can be a bear too, wielding that large seat cowl. Work great once in though.
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    Ezra got his Dream Boat

    Sure looks like it sits higher in the front and the rub rail is more out of the water at the back than my boat. I'd assume this means it's a lighter rig since the hull displaces the same volume. Mine is 1630#, 20 gals of fuel, no driver.
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    Ezra got his Dream Boat

    Great looking ride Anthony! Congrats! Looks like a lite-weight too. Should accelerate pretty good then.