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    From Shaft To Six—Inside The Monster Energy/M CON Drive Conversion
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    In a significant change that bucks conventional Class 1 thinking, Tyler Miller, Myrick Coils and the rest of the Monster Energy/M CON team are going with what they know, https://www.speedonthewater.com/from...ve-conversion/
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    It will a very interesting debut in Cocoa Beach.

    A whole lot of other tweaks too, versus what is in the article.
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    Unfortunately they've been too busy to have time to test much.
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    It did save some weight also. Diets are always a good thing in a race boat, as long as the strength of the lamination is not sacrificed.

    The surface drives, rudder, and gearboxes were heavy.
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