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Date Added: 01/03/2020
Last Updated: 01/03/2020
The Liquidator has five steps in the boat's running surface. The second step has vent holes, which are fed by a NACA duct on the boat's deck.
For power, the Liquidator uses Mercury Racing's premier package of HP1075SCi engines and No. 6 drives. Custom-made propellers are from Hering Propellers.
This 46-foot boat get on plane quickly With the tabs down, it will come over in just 3.5 seconds. Even without tabs the boat will take around 3.9 seconds with no loss of horizon.
The engines shows some serious power with the boat cruising at 89 mph in 20 seconds. At that speed the engines will turn a little more than 4,000 rpm and still have plenty of range left. The engine is just as responsive in midrange-acceleration. It launches from 40 to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds and 40 to 70 mph in a steady 7.6 seconds.
The boat is awesome in slalom turns and tracks perfectly.
The V-bottom will run 125 mph on GPS with the engines turning 6,100 rpm. With the boat having roughly 100 gallons of gas and two people on board.
The bilge is done in a bright red and has a polished finish. The big-block engines are installed in a staggered formation, and the supply lines from the oil tanks and sea strainer were stainless braided. Other custom touches included chrome-plated fuel valves and billet aluminum oil tanks.
A rack on the firewall allows four fenders to be stored as well as an aluminum anchor. Easy access to the lines and fenders is nice when pulling up to the docks, especially to protect the paint job from Toad. Also helping to keep the boat from major dings was a painted rub rail with a stainless-steel insert. The boat has sleek lines and a head turner.
The liquidator has the touch-screen technology or "multiplex power management system" in the boat. It controls most functions in the cabin including the lights, stereo system and flat-screen television.
The cabin is plush in the Liquidator. It has a big V-berth, with facing lounges. The cabin has a suspended headliner with can lights.
It has all the essentials including a flushing toilet, sink and a shower, a small galley with an ice chest hidden under a lift-up lid and sink.
In the cockpit, there is a twin helm with side-by-side bolsters and third bolster could be dropped in. The arrangement allows for solo operation or a driver and throttleman. The steering wheel, which was on the starboard side, could be moved to a hub in front of the center seat with Hardin Marine throttles and shifters.
It has Monster gauges from Livorsi Marine that were set in paint matched panel to match the boat. Garmin GPS map and Mercury SmartCraft SystemView screen, there are mechanical indicators for the drives and tabs.
Interior has been updated last year and powder coated platform was added for easy access from the back.
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