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The No Wake Zone / Re: New member
« on: May 13, 2017, 11:03:47 PM »
Nice. Welcome to the group

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Thanks , I hope to learn a lot from all you experts !


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Events / Annual SCJB 2015 Fall Get Together
« on: September 11, 2015, 09:59:55 AM »
The 2015 "October Trip" will be taking place October 9th - 11th. The spot will be Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area at the North Beach which can be accessed by car if you are just coming to spectate. There is a decent  launch ramp and the North Beach is huge now and 100% Sand. The Park is located south of Laughlin, north of the Avi on the Nevada side. Launch fee's are somewhere under $20 a day. The State Ranger's that run the park there are super friendly and are very welcoming to our group.

The group rate info is below for the Pioneer in Laughlin. I have 40 rooms blocked at a rate of around $49/night. Please wait to call until I post the rates to avoid confusion. The have ample boat parking and its right outside the rooms. Its not a 5 star resort, but its decent. They are open to us hanging out and having a few drinks in the parking lot at night.

Call 1-800-634-3469
Ask for Sherlie in Reservations
Group is SoCalJetBoats
Group Code is SCJB109

See you guys there!

**Disclaimer**
SoCalJetBoats.com does not condone wreckless driving, driving while intoxicated, or breaking the law. SoCalJetBoats.com and any affiliates of this event are in no way responsible for any damage, injury or death as a result of attending this event. The Staff at SoCalJetBoats.com would like to remind you to boat safe, boat smart, and have fun.

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Events / Re: 2015 "One Hot Summer Weekend" Picture Thread
« on: August 24, 2015, 01:28:49 PM »















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Boat Racing / Comp Jet speed?
« on: July 06, 2015, 12:12:45 PM »
Since Comp Jets are naturally aspirated, their power and speed is greatly affected by the available air. And that is affected by the elevation, temperature and humidity. Water conditions also play a role since it's difficult to maintain traction in rough water and it's easier for the boat to maintain a loose set (fast) on the water when it has a very light chop. That said, most Comp Jets run between the mid 80s to the low 100s on the straights, depending on the conditions.
Burley had very poor air (4200 ft elev & 100+ deg temp) and moderate water conditions so "Ballinjack" was running in the low 90s.

Jack

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