here's another of the 27
here is the 27 signature that tommy adams added 5 feet to, hence the 32 signature. Maybe these pictures show the magnum influence on the hull? Like i said earlier the 32 signature became the 32 hustler with some obvious deck differences.
just saying what i was told here when i was looking at a few 32 hustlers.
Perhaps the boxxes correct the chine walking. I was told i woudl experience this with a boat with TRS drives no commenst was made to a 32 with bravos.
As i said this is just what i was told here.
Pardon me, while I whip this out!
COOL picture there, I mean the bar in the background--it's Montery Bay Canners in Oceanside harbor. I've been there a couple of times this summer and the scenery has been pretty good on friday nights!Originally posted by JGB
here's a pic of the 32 hustler
CB...Vanilla and Chocolate, excellent point The 388 I was on had #4s and as I said I was referring to straightline performance. When I was in the boat, it was being run by Jim McIntyre who owns Falcon Hi-Performance. For those of you who don't recognize the name, Jim raced both How Sweet It Is...Skaters for Carl Myers, MG-23--a 40 Skater(former Brooks boat) and Hot N Nasty for "the plumber"---Billy Mauff. Jim has loads of experience in anything with a big block and to say I was frightened could be just my inexperience, and Jim handled the boat well, it was just all over the place.
Just posting my observations, opinions may vary...
The 32 did come from the Signature, but I did not know that the Signature came from the 27 Magnum...but then again, didn't they all?
Great pics by the way...I love seeing the old boats!
good to see you on the board again, you must be excited about your new ride!!!! some great history going on here!!! i have a question...........the 38 signature tommy adams isnt a stretched 32 is it??
The Quad 37 did not perform as well as the single step 37 - that is the reason why the 37 will continue to be made in only a single step version.Originally posted by Ron P
Get the quad stepped Outerlimits. Or the 388 Hustler. The 40 is a big ol dog unless you need to huge cabin.
The 42 Outerlimits is a Quad Step and will remain a Quad step. The 42 Outerlimits Quad step hull is one of the best performing hulls over 40+ feet.
It's been a rough summer...buying a used boat is tough and the mechanical gremlins have got a hold on me. After spinning a bearing in the 454s, we put a pair of 540s in the boat and have had a myriad of problems resulting in another spun bearing...or two...
Hopefully get the boat back this weekend and have some fun!
Hope all is well with you.
As far as the 38 Signature goes, I really don't know, but I would guess that if he streched the 27 to make the 32, then stretching the 32 to 38 wouldn't be a "stretch"---pardon the pun, I couldn't resist...
bull, the 38 signature is not a streched 32. it has its own unique hull with something like a 17 degree deadrise.
See...ya learn something new every day!
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