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    Zero Cavity

    Before and after

    Conversions #3 to Pulse Drives
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    Charter Member #927 Charter Member Payton's Avatar
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    Doc and Tony, that looks great!

    Tony, I'm still looking for just the right project for those drives.

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    Just to show you how simple it is, Tim and I did the install in our spare time about 20 hours including filling the old holes.

    When the sales Dept can do it any one can

    Tony
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    My only question is regarding Tony and Tim with the rubber gloves??? Is that really resin in the pot Tim?

    Looks great! And, how does it run???

    Mongo

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    Interesting project! Looking at the 'after' picture, it looks like the "swim platform" over the drives is hinged (or otherwise articulated). I'm assuming that it moves with the drives, right? If so, can each drive be trimmed individually, or is the whole shootin' match moved as one unit?

    Can't wait to see how these things perform....

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    The hole drive system trims as one

    the aft underside of the drive works as a big trim tab at slower speeds hold the bow down and gets the boat on plane faster.
    the curve underside of the housing directs water flow under the boat when backing allowing better thrust giving greater maneuverabilities

    Have a look as www.pulsedrive.net for more info or call me direct at 954 788 0810

    Tony Mills

    P.S mongo, the gloves are to keep my hands silky smooth, the late nights alone with Tim and resign fumes haven't pushed me to the other side

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    Any test time yet?
    Geronimo!!


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