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    Article: The Bottom Line: How a Pad Makes a Vee-Hull Faster

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    Thanks Greg---- Great reading and very informative! Gary

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    That was a great read,
    Thank you!

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    OMG! wow is that awesome! i have a Hydrostream Valero Vee and YT and my neighbor is always asking which is better, and this shows why my vee takes less hp to fly! but YT can fly more stabil... Great pics and diagrams, very informative! I am thinking my 85 Valero Vee has a "similar" pad design to an Allison GS? or not? Thank-You! JIM

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    Awesome stuff. Jim is full of good details and it is backed by experience.
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    Thanks good read

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    Great Article as USUAL!!!!!!
    Thanks Jim for the lesson on "V" design.

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    A very informative article, thanks for sharing the information Jim and Greg for posting it on S&F.

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    thanks jim and greg for refreshing my memory on v lesson

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    That was great reading thanks!!!

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    Very informative, good read !!

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    I should look at the homepage more often. Awesome, thanks Jim !

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    Always a great and informative article from Jim.... He always explains the magic!

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    Gentlemen, thank you very much for this article. I've been playing with a Hydrostream Valero Vee pad trying to as much as possible on a limited budget. This read has opened quite a bit of information that will help in the long run. Especially considering my friends here in the Tar river drive 1/4 Shots or STV's that enjoy the extra company and encourage my boating habit.

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    Jim Russell is the best there is and Helmut and I have always been guided by his knowledge and experience. Not only has Jim allowed us to achieve greater performance, but also in a safer manner. I gained much new understanding on the dynamic forces affecting the boat and stability when we reviewed the Tunnel Boat Design Program. I am looking forward to a new evaluation on this very powerful software.

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