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    Charter Member #232 Charter Member Audiofn's Avatar
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    1979 Formula 302, 99 Formula 353, 81 Donzi 18 2+3 with 454
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    Carlisle, MA USA

    Re: Building Engine Hatch- How To?

    Quote Originally Posted by dyno
    where can you get this stuff??? is were I get most of my stuff.

    The Nida Core would be a great way to go.

    Put your best foot forward!

  2. #12
    My Boats:
    85 Formula 302
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    Indy, St. Louis, LOTO

    Re: Building Engine Hatch- How To?

    Nida Core also has an impressive website
    Their product is in more vechiles that I expected, from HumVees to buses to boats.

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    Gold Member Gold Member thedonz's Avatar
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    one ballsy Top Gun, a very fast Skater, one real fun Avance....oh yeah, and two Boston Whalers
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    Vice City & Tavernier, FL

    Re: Building Engine Hatch- How To?

    Quote Originally Posted by rchevelle71
    If you wanna learn how, we are going to learn by trial and error in my garage this weekend!!!!

    did you guys get the ducts?

  4. #14
    Registered rchevelle71's Avatar
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    Boca Raton

    Re: Building Engine Hatch- How To?

    Quote Originally Posted by thedonz

    did you guys get the ducts?
    He is going to do something a little different, not sure I agree, but its his boat.

  5. #15
    Platinum Member Platinum Member Viper31's Avatar
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    Re: Building Engine Hatch- How To?

    Please let us know how the project goes. I may be doing the same project this winter.
    "Mr. Speaker, the White House says NAFTA is creating new and exciting jobs. I did some research on those jobs: zipper trimmer, brassiere tender, jelly roller, bosom presser, chicken sexer, sanitary napkin specialist, and a pantyhose crotch-closer machine operator. That's what I call exciting jobs, Mr. Speaker." - Rep. James A. Traficant - May 13, 1997

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