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  • MOTION CAT GT430 COBRA By Bill Jennings
    December 2, 2015

    MOTION CAT GT430 COBRA By Bill Jennings »

    During a Poker Runs America event that encountered heavy seas, the majority of starters decided to turn back, even before the lunch stop. The new GT430 Motion Cat was one of the few entries that handled the tough water without difficulty. Not only did its deep tunnel take the ride in stride, but also its

  • ELIMINATOR 30 DAYTONA By Mike Burns
    December 2, 2015

    ELIMINATOR 30 DAYTONA By Mike Burns »

    Just over three decades ago, Eliminator boats unveiled a 19-foot modified tunnel-vee model. Designed to serve the increasingly popular high-performance jet boat market, it didn’t take long for this newcomer to kick off what would turn out to be a legacy in performance boating. The 19’ Daytona was the first unblown gas jet to officially

  • QUENCHING A THIRST FOR SPEED By Mark Rotharmel
    December 2, 2015

    QUENCHING A THIRST FOR SPEED By Mark Rotharmel »

    If you want to make an impact, there’s nothing like putting your logo on a 44-foot traveling billboard, especially when that billboard will be seen by millions of beer drinkers throughout the country. Bud Light, long-time sponsor of Seebold Racing and the Formula One Champ Boat Series, will be joining the Poker Run circuit in

  • NOR-TECH 3600 SUPERCAT By Mike Burns
    December 2, 2015

    NOR-TECH 3600 SUPERCAT By Mike Burns »

    I’ll be the first to admit that the deep rumble of a high performance engine firing up makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, and gets the testosterone flowing. But even as a performance boat enthusiast, the high noise levels do have a tendency to grate on the nerves after a

MOTION CAT GT430 COBRA By Bill Jennings
Catamaran

MOTION CAT GT430 COBRA By Bill Jennings »

During a Poker Runs America event that encountered heavy seas, the majority of starters decided to turn back, even before the lunch stop. The new GT430 Motion Cat was one of the few entries that handled the tough water without difficulty. Not only did its deep tunnel take the ride in stride, but also its
2 Dec, 2015
2
Written by Poker Runs America
ELIMINATOR 30 DAYTONA By Mike Burns
Catamaran

ELIMINATOR 30 DAYTONA By Mike Burns »

Just over three decades ago, Eliminator boats unveiled a 19-foot modified tunnel-vee model. Designed to serve the increasingly popular high-performance jet boat market, it didn’t take long for this newcomer to kick off what would turn out to be a legacy in performance boating. The 19’ Daytona was the first unblown gas jet to officially
2 Dec, 2015
2
Written by Poker Runs America
QUENCHING A THIRST FOR SPEED By Mark Rotharmel
Catamaran

QUENCHING A THIRST FOR SPEED By Mark Rotharmel »

If you want to make an impact, there’s nothing like putting your logo on a 44-foot traveling billboard, especially when that billboard will be seen by millions of beer drinkers throughout the country. Bud Light, long-time sponsor of Seebold Racing and the Formula One Champ Boat Series, will be joining the Poker Run circuit in
2 Dec, 2015
4
Written by Poker Runs America
NOR-TECH 3600 SUPERCAT By Mike Burns
Catamaran

NOR-TECH 3600 SUPERCAT By Mike Burns »

I’ll be the first to admit that the deep rumble of a high performance engine firing up makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, and gets the testosterone flowing. But even as a performance boat enthusiast, the high noise levels do have a tendency to grate on the nerves after a
2 Dec, 2015
2
Written by Poker Runs America
ELIMINATOR 36 DAYTONA By Chip Fendt
Catamaran

ELIMINATOR 36 DAYTONA By Chip Fendt »

As I started driving from Vegas to Lake Havasu, I was wondering what I would be able to say about Eliminator and owner Bob Leach that has not already been said. But one thing I did know was the temperature gauge in the rental car was reading 109 degrees, and the locals told me this
2 Dec, 2015
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Written by Poker Runs America

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