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    Cross flow omc v4, best sound ever. i used to run modded 90,x115 parts,ported,milled home made reed stops. i would take it for runs late evenings, my buddy asked me, go out in the boat last nite? yeah i said, how did you know? he could hear it a mile inland.

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    Think maybe your thinking of formula vee mod,i was running that class in 2003-2006 mod v-4 crossflows hell of a good sound we could run 85mph all oms v-4 crossllows and one or two inline merc 6's https://youtu.be/PJldRUYzo7o?t=12 crank it up.
    I may be slow but im ahead of you. *hit's only ankle deep but you went in head first.

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    Leave it on loop .....

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    That was a great class. Anyone remember the 99cu in class V?
    Mostly 16 Allison's with v4s.

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    FJ class

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBS View Post
    That was a great class. Anyone remember the 99cu in class V?
    Mostly 16 Allison's with v4s.
    formula-vee & formula- vee mod I raced mod
    I may be slow but im ahead of you. *hit's only ankle deep but you went in head first.

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    [QUOTE=racervboat;3282555]formula-vee & formula- vee mod I raced mod[/QUOTE
    I saw some of those v4s humble a lot of the big boys with the v6s

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    [QUOTE=JBS;3282634]
    Quote Originally Posted by racervboat View Post
    formula-vee & formula- vee mod I raced mod[/QUOTE
    I saw some of those v4s humble a lot of the big boys with the v6s
    In mod we could run 80mph around a 3/4-1mi track.
    I may be slow but im ahead of you. *hit's only ankle deep but you went in head first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBS View Post
    That was a great class. Anyone remember the 99cu in class V?
    Mostly 16 Allison's with v4s.
    in APBA it was JP. It was a great class and inexpensive to run.
    Stock motors 99 cu.inch on production V hulls.
    Allisons, Hydrostreams, and Lasers were the most common.
    limited skills

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    Texas Tri Hulls - Ever Was?

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    love the texas tri hull, best racing there ever was
    Ever was? They are still very much alive! Check out Outboard and Racing History OMC thread, page 573-574.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Larkin View Post
    And Charlie said to Edgar: "Those square carbs are silly and will never work right. Let's show Morgan what he should have put in front of all those reeds. Send a check over to Tillotson for a consulting fee, but we'll make them in house."

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