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My eyes are too old to read that.
What year was it?
 

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QUOTE(Boater2be @ Apr 25 2004, 07:02 PM)My eyes are too old to read that.
What year was it?
I am not sure if it is a re-print of something original or a fabrication. It is from Popular Mechanics in February 2002.
 

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kinda hard to read but looks like 226cc's, 18.5hp 2-stroke rotax, and 25mph. oooo watch out people!


I'm guessiing they pushed it off of a dock with runner wheels or something to get that pic.

on second thought a 2-3 foot jump would do-able at 25mph. notice you dont see anything behind the craft.
 
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