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  • #31

    Re: Yamato Cooling


    ​hmmm................I posted this 11yrs ago...............................lol

    Funny. I started racing in 2006. And still remember how silly it looked when people pulled off the course with cooling issues...
    http://vitalire.com/

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    • #32

      Re: Yamato Cooling

      As one who has pulled off due to lack of cooling more times than I can count....(and almost always in 1st place)....I'd use the words "frustrating", "uncalled for" and "ridiculous"....
      Matt Dagostino, bill hoctor and 2 others like this.

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      • #33

        Re: Yamato Cooling

        At what depth is a Yamato designed to run at with no pumping or heating issues ?

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        • GrandpaRacer
          GrandpaRacer commented
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          I do not know but probably with the cavitation plate at the water surface, otherwise why even have one.

      • #34

        Re: Yamato Cooling

        Flatiron, here are stadium boats set up.

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        • GrandpaRacer
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          Looks like the whole foot is in the water. They probably run abou 55mph. Watching videos there is almost no rouster tail.

      • #35

        Re: Yamato Cooling

        New rule: Drivers may cool their Yamatos however they wish, just no drilling into the power head.

        ​Problem solved.
        bill hoctor and Flatiron like this.
        Dane Lance
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        CSH/500Mod

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