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Old 07-02-2007, 03:18 PM
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geroge's 37 did sell to a gent from pennsylvania.

and this one here will see some ocean time this week. working on getting some goodie's and other things,,, to help george dial it in.

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and again FANTASTIC JOB BY ACTIVE THUNDER.
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Old 07-02-2007, 03:19 PM
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how's that for backward's,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, wuuuuuuuuzzzzzuuuppppppp
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We tested a set Merc. Hi-Perf made for us. Better top-end speeds, no doubt, however much longer time to plane off as you would expect. Also you just don't feel as 'connected'. You have to drive the boat a little more.

The easiest, most user friendly props were the Maximus but they ran slower. None the less it is the prop of choice for over all. You can run mid 90s all day long and hardly have to do a thing but pay attention.

Although pricey, these 6-blades are expected to meet somewhere in the middle. We've been working with Julie at T/U to see if these are the ticket for the NXT drives.
This is the first boat with NXT and bravo style props I have seen, all the others run the #6 props. How are they working?
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This is the first boat with NXT and bravo style props I have seen, all the others run the #6 props. How are they working?
very well.
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I see it is not in the classifieds anymore, did it sell?
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Old 12-02-2007, 10:21 AM
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We've just finished the #3 boat. No reason what so ever to switch to a #6 from my perspective.

My best guess is that our DDC hull design compliments it's characteristics.
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Very nice!
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I see it is not in the classifieds anymore, did it sell?
I noticed it was gone also. I believe he was asking $339,000.00. That is one very nice looking boat.
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Gorgeous!
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SWEET!!!! I like the front bolsters and removable 3rd seat.
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