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    NEW cat on its way

    made the jump from a V hull to a Cat. builder sent pick to day what do you guys think ? went from a 24' baja h2x that went 68 on gps to a 28 profile cat with a 540 bb 650hp, this should be fun
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    OSO Content Provider Commercial Member SHARKEY-IMAGES's Avatar
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    Jun 2001
    Very nice... Just remember not to drive it like a Vee Bottom. Cats prefer to drive themselves if you know what I mean. Just let the hull do all the work it is designed to do. Enjoy......

    Digital Photography & Video one BYTE at a time !

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    Registered mika's Avatar
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    Apr 2002
    ppuuurrddddyyy boat

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    Registered eliminator219's Avatar
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    1999 Eliminator Daytona
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    Valparaiso, Indiana


    Grats, Know that you are going to like it once you get use to it!!
    Be careful, Get some seat time before all out!!
    Very sharp looking boat...

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    Charter Member #927 Charter Member Payton's Avatar
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    1991 34' Super Hawaii
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    Jan 2001
    Very nice boat! Congrats.

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    Registered birdog's Avatar
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    Batavia Oh.
    Pretty Boat!!! I like those Graphics!!! Congrats!!

    Thats gonna be a helluva learning curve....Be Careful!!!

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    Member "69" Charter #70 Charter Member Jan's Avatar
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    Very, sharp ride. Should be fun!


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    Registered jbrauer's Avatar
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    2003 Spectre 36' Poker Run
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    Nashville, TN
    Welcome to a cat! It's like having two boats, two boats in one!!!

    They're right, tcats don't drive like a V-hull. When I firsat got mine home and spent some time learning to drive it I had MAJOR second thoughts about it.

    But as I gained experience, I learned those thoughts were the result of my driving! Much too quick with the wheel and just not knowing what the boat wanted. Now after about 25 hours - I love it and feel 110% comfortable driving at all speeds!! So far I've run about 95 at about 14% slip. I'm now trying other props in search of 100MPH.

    Take it easy at first gain "the touch" and gain confidence. You're gonna love it!!!

    By the way great paint!

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    beautiful boat

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    IMCO 3'' rise stand off box and imco SC drive. Will there be a major learning curve. i have owned boats for 10years but never a cat

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