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Thread: cat vs vee

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    Well i guess i could help you with that decision. As JB said i am selling my small cat because of space and it was a bit bumpy in the rough but up to 3 footers my 2600 ao was awesome. And yes it was true that not many people wanted to ride wich ok too. I am going back to a bigger V bottom for 2 reasons, Cabin and cost. I would love to own a 377 Hustler Talon that would be the perfect boat for me but cost will keep that out of my range.

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    I would pick Mike's own OUTERLIMITS GTX 42 , with 2800 hp he past me and everyone else at the REGATTA POKER RALLY in Fallriver mass, This summer.we running between 68 to 75 when he went by at 139

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    Banana hey

    we used to have a 23 foot stingray with a 502 in it. but then we decided to get a cat because it was to rough so now we have a 2600 nsx american offshore and we like it alot so i would go with the cat.
    little b

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    Originally posted by gmhdfan
    Boy that's a loaded question. Like Ford or Chevy, Harley or sport bike. You talking Big Blocks or Eggbeaters? Outbored cats are going to go faster but I have to have a Big Block V Bottom. But what do I know I ride a Harley. I'm going to go make some popcorn. It,s a Personal choice thing.
    Thats what I was going to say when I clicked on the link, like a ford or chevy debate.

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    It's the best of both worlds...
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    If it's speed the cat, hands down.

    If you ride the ocean, I'd go with the Vee. (Cig, Apache, or OL. They're all brick chit houses.)

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    Banana cat or vee

    lets say we had 250 days to boat last year out of those days 22 days were to roough for the cat but the other 228 days were perfect for the cat and went by the vees all day long with less fuel so you do the math and choose have fun and remember skaters rule

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    apples vs oranges

    What do you like??

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