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was at chief engines and stopped down the street at Grants Rigging to see the Purgatory boat. Everything about the boat was amazing. new twin turbo chiefs were just put in, should be a monster. sorry the photos arent great. the guys at Grants Rigging could not have been nicer. heres a few pics










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I see the Widebody 32' DW next to it.
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I see the Widebody 32' DW next to it.
yep brand new all carbon fiber awaiting rigging
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yep brand new all carbon fiber awaiting rigging
what is the widebody 32. what is wider
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Tunnel width. It's 6" wider I think. It's the same as the X-Cat version that Michelle Karsenti(?) runs.
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Outstanding Pics Nate... Thats a great looking boat!

I saw a vid on the boat recently, was wondering if the exhaust running off the back of the boat, effected the finish on the paint?
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Outstanding Pics Nate... Thats a great looking boat!

I saw a vid on the boat recently, was wondering if the exhaust running off the back of the boat, effected the finish on the paint?
thanks man. with the new turbo motors the exhaust still runs out the back, they just had the tailpipes off when i was there. without the tailpipes i couldnt see if it was dry exhaust or not. But if you look closely at the pictures theres a plate of some sort beneath where the exhaust exits. i imagine this is in place to the protect the paint and it was flawless
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Does this boat live somewhere in the islands? Cayman maybe? What power was in it before?
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Does this boat live somewhere in the islands? Cayman maybe? What power was in it before?
Yes, Dale Chriton(?)'s boat. Had big Chiefs before that were SC instead of Turbo.



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Thanks Cash. I've seen that video before. That thing is stupid fast!

I imagine its a PITA and expensive to ship the boat back and forth to the islands? I guess when you can afford a 43 DW and the re-powering after only a year or two, it doesn't matter.
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