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Old 04-10-2021, 10:16 AM
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As most know Remedy is getting some updates this year and just thought I'd start a makeover thread on this. I know this is gonna be a long first post but I wanted to recognize businesses and individuals that are that are working with me on this project. The graphics design is staying the same, but doing some tough ups and other small enhancements. All new upholstery is in the works now as well. I will be posting pics from the individuals that are assisting me with all the updates, when I get them. Eddie Young has got the 525's like new again along with some MDC Drive Guardians and new CMI Tails, Mike Tru is a local guy here who is great with bravo drives and got both of these new again with some upgraded internals and drive showers from Max Machine Worx, Thomas collision who did a killer job on repainting the XR uppers black and Imco lowers silver, Brett @ BBlades for prop work, Travis Powder Coating has been awesome with their work, Les @ Precision Paint Worx is getting the paint upgrades taken care of and new black rubrail, my go to guy for interior work Patrick Miniard @ MARS Custom Upholstery will be done very soon with all the cockpit interior, Pro Installz Mobile and Marine has some killer audio ready for install that is linked into the new Garmin 8610, Ellie @ Castaway Customs LOTO is working on the Sea Dek, Steve @ Innotech Products has got some great looking blue carbon dash panels made up, Alum Metal Fab is finishing up the custom swim platform, Performance Product Technologies were great to work with on new HP Transom assemblies, and also to give a shout out FP marine, CP Performance, Teague marine, for awesome deals on new Livorsi gauges/bezels, toggle switches, fittings and many other parts. This all kind of started out as kind of a small project and quickly went out of control. She's gonna look like new very soon. Here's 2 pics I have from some powder coating an old Latham Steering Reservoir to Merc blue and the K planes with a added touch. Many more pics will be added soon.




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I have been kicking around the idea of painting my plates and drives silver.
Looks great.
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Old 04-10-2021, 09:30 PM
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I have been kicking around the idea of painting my plates and drives silver.
Looks great.
Thank you. I thought I might as well powdercoat them while they were off to go with my drives. Black uppers and Silver lowers.
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Old 04-22-2021, 09:28 AM
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I got a few pics from my upholstery shop. Its all done but sent these just as a teaser. Its going to look great when its all assembled. The lighting where these were taken is kind of dim, so the pics are a little dark.





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Looks good keep the pics coming. I have been updating my 2004 37 for the last few years so it's cool to see what guys are doing with these boats.
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Old 04-25-2021, 09:53 AM
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Looks good keep the pics coming. I have been updating my 2004 37 for the last few years so it's cool to see what guys are doing with these boats.
Thank you. I'll be adding some more pics of the interior tomorrow when I get it home from the shop. Hopefully I'll have some engine dyno video available very soon. I also should be getting some pics from Les at Precision Paintworx very soon as well.
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Are you keeping the AC unit in the bathroom floor or did you have installed correctly?
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Are you keeping the AC unit in the bathroom floor or did you have installed correctly?
All of that is gone. Took it all out and sold it. We would have never used it anyway. Same with the porta potti, it went in the trash. All the panels inside the head area are out and getting reupholstered now.
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Nice! Thought it was a pretty odd setup.
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Got a few pics back from Precision Paintworx after they got started sanding on the hull. After putting the guide coat on and sanding lots of fine cosmetic cracks in the gel showed up. No need to try to paint over that, so let the grinding begin.









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