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    HeeHee... stupid post..... Why we wann; to go that fast.... Stupid post.......

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    Looks like 18 degree angle on the Hallet 210's V back in the day. The interior of the 2019 looks really spacious.
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    Austalian 2150 Bullet hull with a 450R...no word on numbers yet. Pad bottom though.

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    I CAN ALWAYS MAKE ANOTHER DOLLAR, BUT I CANNOT MAKE ANOTHER DAY

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    AZMID, Looks like an air rated bottom that should be interesting.

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    Australian FORCE 19X with Vmax SHO flashed by Nizpro to 332HP...96 mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    The only issue I can see as a limiting factor of the 100+ mph would be the lack of a pad bottom. Not sure if 450HP is enough to power it through.
    Maybe more of a "Ski Racer" than top speed boat???
    22' Activator w/ 250xs Merc Opti, back home again

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    96 is nice........

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    The only issue I can see as a limiting factor of the 100+ mph would be the Hallet's lack of a pad bottom. Not sure if 450HP is enough to power it through.
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    Australian 2150 Bullet hull with a 450R...no word on numbers yet. Pad bottom though.

    Interesting to see the new SOB's coming out with high tech power. Years ago Progression ran the SOB table with low tech grunt on the back.
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    Kevin @ Progression builds an awesome boat with lots of attention to the finish details but many guys can not drive or really rigging one out due to bottom! They are a drivers boat!
    The 22' ran very well with the older V6's for what it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tux974 View Post
    Kevin @ Progression builds and awesome boat with lots of attention to the finish details but many guys can drive or really rigging one out due to bottom! They are a drivers boat!
    The 22' ran very well with the older V6's for what it was.
    True, they are a "driver's boat." But once you truly learn how to drive one, you'll be spoiled for life - as I am!

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    1992 Progression 22
    Mercury Racing 250R

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    What makes the Progression hull any different from other Vee bottoms when run at these high speeds? They are all walking on a tight rope.
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    From what I’m told with the narrow pad and and multi-pitch bottom it’s challenging

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    Is the Allison XB21 (The 21' Allison) considered a deep V? Based on the photo's on this thread it is as deep of V as many of the boats, not to the level of a Progression or Tuff, but all of the Australian Ski boats.
    21' Allison XB-21 ProSport 300XS



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