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Thread: 5hrs in on 122 to Bravo/502

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    Default 5hrs in on 122 to Bravo/502

    No complaints thus far, haven't noticed any gear whine over what was with the OEM Bravo Setup.

    While I wouldn't call a 70mph 502 boat quite fast, thanks to SEI those with more powerfull applications than v6 and small v8s have other than options for outdrives. Good work............... XR replacements next?

    Have not seen any other 122 writeup on the site so thought I would put up my results. Going out now to open the boat up more and leave on plane for more than a few seconds, shall report back.

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    A bravo xr sportmaster clone would be pretty cool!

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