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Old 05-18-2006, 11:01 AM
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LOL, nice play on words. According to "him" they are working hard on yours.
Yes, "they" are really getting after "it" from what I can tell ...
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Old 05-18-2006, 11:03 AM
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Im happy for them, a bunch of nce guys building brick sh#t house of boats very quietly. I give them credit. Jeff
Hopefully ..... It won't be so "quietly" anymore !?!?
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Hopefully ..... It won't be so "quietly" anymore !?!?

Should be fun to watch.
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I can only "guess" twhat you guys are talking about. For the rest of us (that have to guess) why don't you just come out and say what you are talking about...or give us some more info

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I hear they'll throw in an extra 500 gallons of resin so you can build the 1st boat
Mr. V you crack me up!!

So I guess boats like Predator, Fire Water, Island Runner and so on win races because all the Velocity's weren't racing that day.... Yeah, they're all just old lumpy resin buckets.
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I can only "guess" twhat you guys are talking about. For the rest of us (that have to guess) why don't you just come out and say what you are talking about...or give us some more info

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For the record, only the original foam plug was chain sawed up, the 41 mold is the 41 mold. The steps that Koss designed with Linder, That was something that was added if you wanted. Cool design too how the steps and the strakes were setup, no one had ever tried that before but I do believe Koss has used that design since that hull.
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Im happy for them, a bunch of nce guys building brick sh#t house of boats very quietly. I give them credit. Jeff
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For the record, only the original foam plug was chain sawed up, the 41 mold is the 41 mold. The steps that Koss designed with Linder, That was something that was added if you wanted. Cool design too how the steps and the strakes were setup, no one had ever tried that before but I do believe Koss has used that design since that hull.
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The 41 mold is what's in the pictures. No steps added, obviously. The 'running plug' that was under the deck in the pictures was destroyed. It had fuel cells in it which were removed and are part of the deal.
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The steps are a big bottom plate that fit in the bottom of the mold. So you could order a straight bottom or a stepped bottom. Just so you realize the boat parts that are there are NOT from that mold, That hull mold never had glass in it ever. The divinyicell foam blocked plug was chain sawed up right after the hull mold was completed and finished being welded together. Sad day that was. The boat deck that is hanging there is the T4 custom one off. That was the boat that does NOT have an MSO and they wanted 50G's for it and without an MSO that says apache its not worth that unfortunately.
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