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Old 08-07-2007, 11:54 PM
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I believe it's called Sterling Silver.
44Stand-up Rudder boat with 1550 sterling. Boat tested very well considering how big it is.

Pantera, that is a pretty common trailering option if one can afford the tilt trailer. The only major changes are in rigging. You have to make sure your oil and fuel vents are on the uphill side. There is no way for a blower to leak.
I think I can see the Merc transom plat assm in the engine room.

Are you sure it is a rudder boat?
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to bulky looking to me.its sliver though
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Boat runs strong, James (the owner) runs out of Hamilton, his previous boat was a 42 Fountain with 1100's (I think)......met him a couple years ago at Lake Ontario Poker Run when he was deciding on MTI. He seems to be a pretty nice guy. Boat looks great up close and hauls a**
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That looks nice...
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Old 08-08-2007, 08:27 AM
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I think I can see the Merc transom plat assm in the engine room.

Are you sure it is a rudder boat?

The Sixes could be fixed with the skegs machined off
this would explain the transom plates.
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Love those types of MTI's....Cabin, Head, Good seating.....
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I think I can see the Merc transom plat assm in the engine room.

Are you sure it is a rudder boat?
No I am not sure, It's been about a yr since I have seen the boat. It could be a #6 boat, definately a 44 though. MTI however doesn't do fixed sixes. It would either be a Rudder with BPM's or Just #6's.

Pantera, tilting the boat on it's side doesn't effect the angle of the Whipple front to back.
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I saw the boat 2 years ago at the factory. Very impressive. It is a #6 drive boat.
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Few more.
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