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Old 09-14-2006, 04:36 PM
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Sounds like an electric trolling motor would work for that, unless it's just to fast for ya
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jonas will have to answer that for sure, BUT I think the 70 yamaha doesn't have a "tiller" arm control on it. I take it, that you got my PM!
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Yah, I got you friggen PM, I was looking for a $2000 motor and look what you made me do!!! Thanks alot!
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this is our current demo
boats start at about 4500- for a 13 predator,
i wth a 40 i get mid 40's
50 i get high 40's low 50's
convenient fun stable fast ,,, the best

i would steer you away from the 18 the 13's are the way to go,,
Are these ok in choppy water? Do you have a demo for sale? I may take one.
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Old 09-17-2006, 01:16 AM
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Jonas,

what sort of speeds does the 18ft run with the 120hp? I always wanted to but a console in one with a 90 on the back...

Lubejobs42,

They are so stable, they only way the go over is to run them into a 2-3metre (6-9ft) surf break, full noise with an onshore wind, then you may go over...

Excellent for cleaning your boat, as the have a perfectly flat floor and wash through transom, you couldn't go wrong with one

I used to race them, this is my old Gemini ZX1 in the Austraila VS NZ champs in 03, was a pretty rough race in the surf!
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Are these ok in choppy water? Do you have a demo for sale? I may take one.
unbelievably stable,
as you kknow with the airentrapment style hulls it awesome in the rough,
i run the snot out of mine the faster you go the better as it just barks the prop,,

here is a bunch of rookies racing at huntington beach;

http://seawolf.biz/Performance_Infla...eo/Seawolf.wmv

lemme know if you want one,
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Jonas,

what sort of speeds does the 18ft run with the 120hp? I always wanted to but a console in one with a 90 on the back...

Lubejobs42,

They are so stable, they only way the go over is to run them into a 2-3metre (6-9ft) surf break, full noise with an onshore wind, then you may go over...

Excellent for cleaning your boat, as the have a perfectly flat floor and wash through transom, you couldn't go wrong with one

I used to race them, this is my old Gemini ZX1 in the Austraila VS NZ champs in 03, was a pretty rough race in the surf!
Nice you know how kickass these boats are,,
you need one too!!
18 with 120 i got into high 70's i know it had more but i need more seat time, and get the trim to work better,
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Are these ok in choppy water? Do you have a demo for sale? I may take one.
order one with colors that match you big boat,
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What can I be into a 13' for? Any demos or used ones? I'm not looking to spend a fortune. Let me know what I can get into one for. You can PM the price if you like. Thank you
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What can I be into a 13' for? Any demos or used ones? I'm not looking to spend a fortune. Let me know what I can get into one for. You can PM the price if you like. Thank you
even at full price its less than a herring prop
couldnt resist
there are other models for less money, but this is the boat to own take my word for it,,,

a New 13ft predator , this is an oso deal 4600- + frt, call me if you have ?'s
very cheap fun!!
retail on this is 5500+
i have demo with 10-20 hours its just not going to be much less $ and shipping will be more,
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Ask Stecz20, He knows how to find low horse power
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