We encourage you to attend our monthly meetings.  These are a great way for us
to keep in touch with one another, share updated information about our sport
and have some informative conversations.

The next general meeting will be on

June 3, 2015

Bench racing & eats @ 6pm....Meeting @ 7pm

23826 104th Ave. SE Kent

Golden Steer Home page link

 New T shirts are here....will be available at the meetings......Get them from Lenny either in person or by sending an email:

Pricing: small through xl $15.00 each

Pockets and xxl, xxxl $17.00 each

shipping add $5.95


click here to go to the 2015 tentative schedule

The latest from Dart on the 350 head:

From Michelle Curry:

SLIPS ARE OPEN! SLIPS ARE OPEN!! You can now make your reservation for the slips on F Dock, get a front row seat to the ACTION!! Call the Oak Harbor Marina at 360-279-4575 and let Stephanie or Chris take your reservation today!! ***Daily slip rate has increased over last year and the number of wristbands will be limited per boat***


There is additional information as to what helmets are legal for this year and beyond. Please click ( here ) for that information.


From IRC member Codling who requested this to be posted for the 5 liter class:



The IRC approved the updates for the 5 Litre engine (45.4.13 & 45.4.14) by a vote of 13-0-1.


Approved votes:  Jeff Bernard, Sean Bowsher, Jim Codling, Russ Dodge, Marty Hammersmith, Kent Henderson, Kim Liddycoat, Matt O’Conner, Dave Rankin, Julian Rucki, Bob Schellhase, Jim Sechler and Dave Shaw


Abstained votes:  MaryAnne Wilson.



45.4.13 Intake Manifold:  Edelbrock # 7101 only, the manifold may be milled on head mating surface and may be milled on carburetor mounting surface to compensate for engine angle.

45.4.14 Carburetor/Spacer:  Carburetor: Holley 4brl. 600 CFM # 0-4776C Venturii size: primary 1.250", secondary 1.312" Throttle bore: primary and secondary 1.562" No polishing or other modifications allowed, including the following parts:

- Accelerator pump.

- Power valve (may not be removed).

- Float assembly and float bowl (except adjustment of float lever).

- Throttle plate, throttle shaft and screws.

- Air horn.

Only carburetor choke mechanism components may be removed. No machining to choke horn allowed.  1 One Canton spacer 1.000’’ # 85-160 may be used (no modifications allowed).  plus 2 gaskets for a total thickness of 1.250”.  An additional 1” maximum height straight bore spacer may be used which can be milled to compensate for engine angle.  A maximum of 3 gaskets for a total thickness of 0.266” allowed.  A velocity stack or tube may be affixed to the carburetor.  Fuel Pump - Any mechanical diaphragm type.  No pressurized fuel tanks.




Sandy Cody

Administrative Assistant

APBA Inboard



Check out this video clip ! Thanks to Chris Denslow......


Black Lake Regatta

From Shawn Waters

Camping at Race Site, July 10th - 12th, 2015:
I'm starting to take reservations at this time for the Event this Summer. It's first come, first serve basis, and will be open to participating racers and race support staff only. Camping will be located at Evergreen Shores, as usual. Please send me your RV information including length, if it has slides on the non-awning side, and any special needs. I'll also need the Team or Race association with your RSVP as well.
You can reach me via email at
PM me through Facebook, or send me a text at 360-340-6674
If you do not receive a confirmation back within a day or two, that means I did not receive your RSVP.
Please share this within Facebook, and also with those who you know do not use this new thing called the Inter-Web
Thanks, -Shawn


 The Racers Prayer...

Lord, I pray as I race today keep me safe along my way. Not only me, but the others too, as they perform the jobs they do. I know God, that in every race, I the driver must set the pace. Let me not desire more speed, warp my judgement and turn into greed From green to checkers guide me thru. Give me strength to know what to do. Remind me often in the race of life, how to cope with all the strife. Help me accept the wins I may receive, and all the defeats most graciously. Ride with me, don't allow me to lag. Guide me all the way to the checkered flag.


Welcome to the New Seattle Drag & Ski Sprint Boat Association web site.

Our Club is a very diverse Club.  Our membership covers entry level Flat Bottoms (Sportsman Entry) to top level Flats (The "K-Boats" ); the smallest hydroplanes  (1 Liters) to the largest & fastest of the hydroplanes (The Unlimiteds); a new and very active group known as the Vintage Racers; and our Safety & Rescue members (without whom the sport of organized boat racing could not happen). Rounding out our membership are folks who simply enjoy boat racing so much they become worker bees on our racing weekends; helping as crew members, race committee staff, and safety and teardown!

You can also see what is happening by checking the news page.