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  1. #11
    Registered Tonto's Avatar
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    Oct 2000

    Re: Read all of the previous posts... but have to ask again....

    Maybe you can sneak me a ride in that bad boy this summer

    BIG BLOWER engines can get 1.1 mpg too.


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    50' Hustler - "Nasty Girl"
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    Mar 2002
    Ham Lake, MN

    Re: Read all of the previous posts... but have to ask again....

    I've owned both and to me, hands down, triples are the far. I currently have a 40'hustler with triples and all the positives mentioned above are true
    1.) faster with less hp per motor
    2.) Less stress on the drive train - ran 650 HP through bone stock Bravos for 8 years and did not ever have 1 drive failure
    3.) And not many folks will believe this, but my triple engine hustler used less fuel than my 38' Scarab (yes the hustler is stepped and the Scarab wasn't)
    I would never own anything else - that's why I just purchased another triple engine boat. Guess I'll being finding out how bad resale is on a triple engine's really not like people think cuz most have never owned one

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