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Old 12-02-2006, 03:32 PM
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This activator cat has been on e bay before Item
#270056844967. It is shown at a marina at Lake
of the Ozarks. Owner "says" it runs between 120
and 130 mph. I don't believe this is possible
with small blower (6-71) 572 ci putting out
720hp. Has anyone seen this boat or knows
some history on it??? It seem like a decent deal
depending on the actual speed figures. undefined
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Old 12-02-2006, 03:37 PM
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Was origanally built and RACED as Billy Mauff's "HOT N' NASTY" was pretty quick as a Modified class boat.
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Was origanally built and RACED as Billy Mauff's "HOT N' NASTY" was pretty quick as a Modified class boat.
I dont know any Activator that didnt kill
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That boat has been for sale on there for a long time, I seen it there 3 months ago.. Seems like a good deal, I think that 120 is capable with 1500ish hp, considering V's are running in the 100's with less
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Old 12-03-2006, 09:28 PM
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Ryan,
Thanks for the info on the Activator cat. Do you have any more details
on this package. I notice it is a very narrow beam for a cat (9.5')--was
it stable or dangerous at any point? Did it ever flip or sink? You said
it was competitive---what was this class running back then. I am looking
for a cat for my son that we can enjoy together. Thank you in advance.
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Old 12-03-2006, 10:31 PM
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I saw and was in the boat approx. 4-5 years ago when it was sitting at Ocean Performance for sale. It was a pretty nice boat. You could tell that it was converted race boat, not that theirs anything wrong with that.
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I can see that boat was another of the menny coppies of the Shaow and Chriscat were did they strech the beam? I can see the body line in the side but that is only good for a couple of inches and the sponsons still look like the oringinal width ?
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