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    Hey Johnny

    Talk to RLC its his brothers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Pitt View Post
    I think guy on the right is Pierre Franzswa DellaBrioski the brain child of the french sewer system
    Correction...it is Pierre Francois Della Brioski....... and you should know. All the time you've spent in "Sewerboats" qualifies you as an expert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T2x View Post
    Correction...it is Pierre Francois Della Brioski....... and you should know. All the time you've spent in "Sewerboats" qualifies you as an expert.

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    LMAO, but its SUPERBOAT, "The Legend"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Pitt View Post
    LMAO, but its SUPERBOAT, "The Legend"
    The correct Long Island pronunciation is "Soup Boat"....the French (and proper technical) name is "Sewer Boat" relative to the materials and mindset of the manufacturer.

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    and I always thought it was pronounced "Soup A Boat"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Shafts View Post
    and I always thought it was pronounced "Soup A Boat"
    No, that is the acceptable "Joisey" City pronunciation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T2x View Post
    The correct Long Island pronunciation is "Soup Boat"....the French (and proper technical) name is "Sewer Boat" relative to the materials and mindset of the manufacturer.

    T2x
    Your just jealous because as we speak there is talk of erecting a 4' shrine of JC at Tannor Park, and to add insult to injury he will be driving a Challenger with a Rum and Coke in his hand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Pitt View Post
    Your just jealous because as we speak there is talk of erecting a 4' shrine of JC at Tannor Park, and to add insult to injury he will be driving a Challenger with a Rum and Coke in his hand
    1. He can't spell Challenger, much less drive one
    2. You mean he will be crashing a "Soup Boat" while barfing rum and coke all over his passengers.
    3. A 4' shrine might make him seem a little tall .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by T2x View Post
    1. He can't spell Challenger, much less drive one
    2. You mean he will be crashing a "Soup Boat" while barfing rum and coke all over his passengers.
    3. A 4' shrine might make him seem a little tall .......

    T2x

    No, No, he's not driving or barfing, its a statue of him, its the community giving back something to a person that took a great thing, and made it a Superboat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Pitt View Post
    No, No, he's not driving or barfing, its a statue of him, its the community giving back something to a person that took a great thing, and made it a Superboat
    I like to think of him as the Billy Carter of boat building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T2x View Post
    I like to think of him as the Billy Carter of boat building.

    T2x





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    Well

    While my Challenger is up in Long Island at East Coast Performance getting the bottom notched and cleaned up it was time to do some engine upgrades. Nothing two crazy so on adivice I am changing the reeds, ignition and lower motor mounts. I have a solid Simon upper mount but have been unable to find just a set of lowers with out buying the uppers. So RLC PE will be fabricating the lowers for my 3.0 liter. If anyone in simular perdicament I will let you know how they turn out.



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    I will just make the lower solid mounts for the 3 litre if anybody needs them.
    Last edited by RLC PE; 01-12-2009 at 04:56 PM.

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    Johnny Saris
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    Hey

    Hey Johnny Im doing this just in case we race and you have a slight weight advantage.

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