- Jul 25, 2019
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yes I can feel my race car getting out of shape here and there if some whoops are spaced weird or are super deep but that’s in a racing condition where we are always on the edge if you want to be upfront. I ask about a spin out because I came into a huge cove on Friday and did a big 180 turn at like 35 mph and I wasn’t sure if a spin out was possible at those kind of speeds. the boat felt great and planted so I wasn’t worried just more of a learning question for the future. Does it make any difference being a DCB versus say my magic that felt no where near as planted as the DCB ? So far there has been nothing that feels like it upsets the DCB on the river yet, that being said the wife doesn’t like anything over 70 so with her in the boat we just mostly cruise lol so me and my daughter will go for a speed run here and There.Im gonna say yes, as a single engine Daytona spun in front of me in that spot last year, probably in the 70-80 MPH range.
I’m no boating expert, but I saw it coming seconds before with the attitude of the boat. You race off road and I’m sure have some semblance of vehicle/vessel control. A car won’t do a decreasing radius turn while continuing to apply throttle... it will spin out at some point. Neither will a cat hull boat, it will hook on a sponson and spin.