well...let's just say
It's too quiet around here (and I'm not crazy enough to start an A***** thread )
2 original Aronow companies. Both building sit-down hot-rod race/poker run boats. Which do you choose, with say 525's, ITS, staggered or side-by-side? I know we've got members with seat time in each, so let's hear the opinions.
Seems to me a year or two ago there was a lot of noise about the Cig, then the last year was mostly Donzi. Now there are a number of new Gladiators running around, so....
Now if my lottery numbers come in tonight, I can put this thread to good use!
well...let's just say
but if I win...38tg..525's
if rough h2o is a concern then go bigger
Last edited by LPA2106; 04-06-2004 at 09:20 PM.
Which is better in rougher water? I am debating between these 2 and like the Cig a bit more, (im not a fan of canopies) but think the ZR might be better in rough water (6-8). also what speeds can each do with 525's? or 575's?
this one looks really interesting.
both look awesome though, id love either.
I'd have to go Donzi baby! Of course, you wouldn't have to force me into a Gladiator either.
I forget which race I was watching, if it was Orange Beach or Ft Lauderdale, but that ZR rode better than any boat I thought.
Yes,Fred,it's ready,time for a new home for my demo. Though I can't comment on the Gladiator since I haven't run one,I've run the Donzi quite a bit in some unbelievable conditions and I have personally never run a boat so forgiving and easy handling. Anyone considering something like this sould get a test ride in a 38ZR,find some really bad water, and make up their own mind. Mine is available for serious prospects for a demo
Where is Audacity? We need him to spice up this thread.
If for no other reason - customer service!! Donzi doesn't have any.
Stay tuned for OSO member Nauti-Props' run around with Donzi after buying his LOADED 38ZX. (which is at Donzi right now)
'00 Scarab Sport 302 CC
'02 Cigarette Top Gun TS
'02 PQ 340
'00 PQ 280
'98 Scarab 22
'97 Baja Outlaw 20
I haven't had the chance to compare both from a ride perspective to give a full assesment. From a looks perspective I have compared both and I would have to go with the Gladiator. Canopies are for Skaters
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