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Old 10-23-2006, 05:33 PM
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Default Would you put Arneson Surface Drives on a new boat?

I had planned on using them for my next build. But with the chain of events this year would you put them on a new cat?
Oh... 30 ish maybe a bit less maybe a bit more in size with say 700 ish in hp.
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Sure why not.
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What kind of power?
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Sorry didn't see the 700hp. Either way, Arnesons or the NXT drive!
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Bravos are just about the last thing I would put on a boat.

Go with a pair of new ASD6s and soon you'll forget what it's like to have drive problems...
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Bravos are just about the last thing I would put on a boat.

Go with a pair of new ASD6s and soon you'll forget what it's like to have drive problems...
The 7m are the best choice on a cat with the tie bar...
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what "events" are you referring to?
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i missed that we're talking about a cat...

did that accident have anything to do with arnesons? cats are notoriously difficult/expensive to insure but do arneson drives make any difference in that respect?
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