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Thread: 38 Powerquest

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    Re: 38 Powerquest

    I have a 34 and buddy has the 38, we boat on the river most of the summer. If you want you can call me 513-616-7676.

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    OSO Moderator Charter Member BillR's Avatar
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    Re: 38 Powerquest

    I too know Phil Kamps.
    That 380 is likely to be cleaner than when it left the factory.
    He is SUPER picky about his toys.
    You can't go wrong with that boat.

    '00 Scarab Sport 302 CC
    '02 Cigarette Top Gun TS
    '02 PQ 340
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    '97 Baja Outlaw 20
    '72 Checkmate
    '65 Glastron

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    Re: 38 Powerquest

    How about a 34' Viper??34 Viper

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    Re: 38 Powerquest

    Quote Originally Posted by BGIII
    I don't personally know the owner of the boat in the link CAPO71 listed, but he is the brother-in-law of a good friend of mine. I have been told several times he is the pickiest person born to this earth. My understanding is that the boat is as perfect as it can get and maintained to the nth degree.
    No, that award would go to BillR's '02 34 PQ, now at Cumberland.

    I spoke to Phil a bunch back when we were having ours built. His 38 was right in front of mine on the line.

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    Re: 38 Powerquest

    Hey sellsman11,

    Thanks for the link, but has to be the 38', just enough headroom for the wife to stand up. She likes that and making her happy is 99% of getting a new boat. Also, can't have the scoops, interferes with "her" sunpad. Who am I to argue if I get a new (to me) boat.

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    Charter Member #30 Charter Member Scott's Avatar
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    Re: 38 Powerquest

    I posted real numbers in my post about the speeds and horsepower. If you buy a non stepped hull you will need Bravo breaking power to reach higher speeds in or near the 80's.
    I have Steps & Bubbles!

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