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    ...Matthew Caldwell Update?...How's He Doing?...

    ...Hope he's healed up & O.K...

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    Saw him a Loto and he was getting around good .I am sure he is working on that cool mid clamp assembly he had there.There should be some pics of it.
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    With the introduction of the four strokes into the racing classes, will his motors still be viable? Seems like he has a motor that has nowhere to go now. A genius of a dude. Wish him well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    With the introduction of the four strokes into the racing classes, will his motors still be viable? Seems like he has a motor that has nowhere to go now. A genius of a dude. Wish him well.
    probably go on the thousands of hulls designed for lightweight 2 strokes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    With the introduction of the four strokes into the racing classes, will his motors still be viable? Seems like he has a motor that has nowhere to go now. A genius of a dude. Wish him well.
    Still? When were they viable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    probably go on the thousands of hulls designed for lightweight 2 strokes?
    I had a buddy by a drag rotator from Merc in 2016, it was on the shelf with 2 others and a couple 280s for over 2 years. If those weren't exactly rolling off the shelf, it's not like something that costs maybe double that will fare any better. I think this site represents the small boat performance market. Most of that market is more interested in cutting up a fishing motor than dropping on a billet motor on a 20+ year old 20" mid on a 20+ year old boat. The CRT wasn't designed for the grass roots hobbyist. My opinion, of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Jr. View Post
    Still? When were they viable?
    My guess was he was designing it to be a spec motor for racing organizations. Now that a manufacturer stepped in with something new, I'd guess that puts the end to that. Didn't the 300R kinda become the spec motor for the offshore crowd?

    Like I said, guy is a genius, and that motor makes my bits tingle.
    Last edited by John S; 12-08-2021 at 07:12 AM. Reason: It's boner time!!!

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