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As usual a huge team effort made this possible. After a 400+ mile round trip adventure on Saturday AM...we made it back in time to be a pace boat for the Rice Lake Charity Poker Run 2007 at 12 noon...just wild

Many thanks too all that made this possible

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I think its more like "Anthony Got his Dream Boat" but however you justify it, is fine by me, ;)

Congrats, happy for you. Been a long time coming.................Be Safe.

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Thanks guys...good talking to you Brad...

Matt when is the CT run this year? I would still love to make it to that event some time?

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I think its more like "Anthony Got his Dream Boat" but however you justify it, is fine by me, ;)

:rolleyes: Yah ......... no kidding eh Brad ?!

Congratulations Anthony & Ezra I'm sure you guys are Lovin'

the new ride .............. Play safe !! :D

Regards,

Bruce. :) Should be my turn next ?????

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THANKS again guys ...yes Bruce...let us know how we can help you find yours...call me anytime (416-289-3210).

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Anthony, how about a few more details on Erza's boat?

i cant see the pic good enough, where did you get it from?

what about the engine and g/c? it's always nice to hear

what everyone else runs.

matt

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THANKS Keith....All I know is it is a double Kevlar so My guess is 725 to 750. RT may know better?

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The stock rockets are around the 750-775 weight, adding the double kevlar ( substitutes one layer of glass for one layer of kevlar ) removers about 25 lbs.

My old boat was 722lbs it was double kevlar okume ( each save about 25lbs ) and Blakes old boat was 724lbs same layup so they are all close!

My guess is 750 for Anthonys....... at least that would be a good bet.

RT

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The stock rockets are around the 750-775 weight, adding the double kevlar ( substitutes one layer of glass for one layer of kevlar ) removers about 25 lbs.

My old boat was 722lbs it was double kevlar okume ( each save about 25lbs ) and Blakes old boat was 724lbs same layup so they are all close!

My guess is 750 for Anthonys....... at least that would be a good bet.

RT

Thanks Rob

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THANKS again guys ...yes Bruce...let us know how we can help you find yours...call me anytime (416-289-3210).

:D Will do Anthony !!

I will be certain to take full advantage, of your knowledge of STV's

and anyone elses, when the time comes for me to start looking again. :unsure:

Cheers,

Bruce. :)

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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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Thanks for asking Brad...sorry for the late responce as I have been away.

We could not be happier with about 10 hrs of seat time already...The boat flys, flat fast and fast enuff :).

I am also sold on the MVP bottom....like noted it settles better then the Ski and turning is a breeze....

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