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Old 12-07-2018, 05:53 AM
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I'm curious if any 32' Activator Stealth's have come up for sale lately ?

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Old 12-10-2018, 10:52 AM
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Originally Posted by speeddemon651 View Post
I'm curious if any 32' Activator Stealth's have come up for sale lately ?
Yes, the 32 that was redone at rage with the #6 recently sold two months ago for less than 50k. No longer for sale.
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Old 12-10-2018, 08:29 PM
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I can tell you first hand that it did not sell for under 50. Its a killer ride, Very different than other singles I've had due to the #6
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Out There, so you are the new owner of hull #1, congrats. Mark said it went to Lake Lanier. He did a nice job with the retrofit from what I could see, enjoy it!!
I have hull #3 named Slim Shady, the first with a #6.
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SFOcean, yes sir. I became interested in the 32 reading about the early years of your boat. How is yours now on HP and what are the prop specs? I'm around 900 HP or so and running a four blade Merc 32 x 16.5. Spins up a little to quickly over 6000 for me. Very unique feel with the prop diameter and the #6. Super stable and controlled. Mark did do a fantastic job on this boat. Got to spend some time with him at the shop. What a pleasure
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Around the same power you have however running 1.5 gears now - although I have a spare 1.61 gearset for the upper. If you wanted to slow the engine down, Brett @ BBlades has a prop off of Slim Shady that is in perfect condition 18x33, actual size is 17.5x33.15 (I have the Prop Scan report) Rake is 15 deg. Cheap too I lowered the price to just $1500 a while ago. Link below.

https://bblades.com/shop/certified-r...8-x-33-rh-4bl/
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I have access to quite a few props locally to try. I ran out of time this summer to try a few. Your prop may be an option but I'm not sure about an extra inch of diameter.
If its still around in the Spring after I try a few, then I'll have an idea. I do have 1.6 gears.
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I would love to find one, they just don't come up for sale often.
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Originally Posted by Out There View Post
I have access to quite a few props locally to try. I ran out of time this summer to try a few. Your prop may be an option but I'm not sure about an extra inch of diameter.
If its still around in the Spring after I try a few, then I'll have an idea. I do have 1.6 gears.
It's a big wheel, even with 1.61 gears
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Originally Posted by speeddemon651 View Post
I would love to find one, they just don't come up for sale often.
Only five were made; including one "pleasure" top deck with an accessible cabin. That is hull #3 of 5.
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