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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg G View Post
    The "new build" rough water SOB model line-up available for 2013 ............Tuff, Progression, Bernico, Nordic, Sutphen. Happy New Year
    Here's a couple of pics of the current Tuff 21. The white one is FAST....I honestly thought I could keep the post going with my SOB comment lol.

    If you guys want the specs on the Tuff...email the guy (Mark)...he loves to talk boats.



    Jamescole should take note of the setback on the white boat.....

    The Toronto Show boat



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    Wow they look really nice. How fast is the white one? Is the red one sold?

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    Sissies

    But tux is right biggest calhones would win..
    but the argument in general is useless unless there can be
    some proof, or determined measure.....

    Keeping in mind that average sob speed on a real course would probably be closer to
    70 in the real world...

    All I know is that every fast 21 (90 plus) with the exception of Eddie. L never finished the toddy
    they all turned tail or stayed in the flat.

    So is fastest top speed?
    Formula 260ss 496HO

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    Tuff would probably be best top speed flats boat
    superboat in the rough

    Thats my vote
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    You think a super over a progression
    77 challenger 200 yami
    82 shadow 3.6 gt sold
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=g...&v=09QazIq2FgY

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    Thumbs up

    OK Bra,
    P22 in a ........................ 22 Progression
    Eddy L or SBender in a..... 21 Super
    Pitbull in a...................... 22 Velocity
    Kirk in a .........................23 Krypto
    Mark in a ........................21 Tuff
    All with the same power 300X or 300XS and setup of choice!
    This would be a fun run to watch from a hilo.....

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    Tux I hear you are up to something this winter too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeylarge View Post
    Tux I hear you are up to something this winter too....
    Who me...no I'm just watching this thread closely

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    This boat is fast. Click image for larger version. 

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    I believe my superboat was built to be the fastest 21 SOB. Now that my parents are living with me I have the cha ching to equip it properly and win the title.

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    allison

    This is the Nordic 20 and the Allison 2000ss the Nordic left 15 sec ahead of the Allison and the Allison had ran him down in the first lap. We do ski racing not boat racing you can only can go as fast as the skier can ski. The Nordic layer down better water for the skier and won the race. By the way the Allison had a stock 260 and the Nordic had a 300xs.<o></o>
    Ps I have a Bernico for sale on the West coast. Lol Click image for larger version. 

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    A Tuff is a much better rough water boat than an SS2000. I drove a Tuff briefly and ran over some cruiser wakes. It handled them way better than my SS.

    Why would the Progression be better in the rough than a Tuff? I can see the Bernico being worse - it has a wider pad from what I can see on their web site.

    Mark would be a ringer driver - he has a lot of racing experience, including offshore and Mod VP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnemous View Post
    I believe my superboat was built to be the fastest 21 SOB. Now that my parents are living with me I have the cha ching to equip it properly and win the title.
    Maybe east coast's personal boat would be faster, there would also be a driver advantage.

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    Progression has 24 degree deadrise ,deeper entry better rough water handling
    27 Progression IO 22 Progression 300xs sold http://youtu.be/_K8boEfKrx4

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    Tux that is bench racing at its finest
    i think Eddie L vs pitbull would be close and very entertaining
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