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    Registered sellsman11's Avatar
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    Sep 2004
    Pickwick Lake, USA
    The downside of high HP is resale. Very, very, VERY small market of people these days are looking for high HP custom power.

    The Hustler that I posted is immaculate. Low maintenance. Easy resale or trade.

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    The BAD Guy Platinum Member Tony Montana's Avatar
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    Jan 2006
    West Palm Beach, FL
    Quote Originally Posted by Slorp Train View Post
    If insuarance is managable is there any down side to a cat and or a high hp single?

    Cat may be a harder resale. And a high power single will for sure be a harder resale. Also cats can be more dangerous in the wrong hands. Either way I would suggest you take the Tres Martin course. And yes you can finance a used boat for 20yrs.
    Is this it ? Is this what I work for...

    4x4 is PRICELESS when you are slipping down a ramp backwards with no help in sight !

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    Registered Croozin2's Avatar
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    '99 Carbon Fiber Lip-Ship Top Gun
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    Denham Springs, La.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Montana View Post
    Either way I would suggest you take the Tres Martin course.
    Best advice yet. Don't know what previous boating experience you have but these boats will definitely kill or mame you and/or others if you don't respect and understand them. I raced tunnel boats for years and I can assure you, at 80 mph and above, things happen VERY quickly. Please be safe. Tres' course would be money well spent. In fact, you may not be able to get insurance without it, depending on what you buy.

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