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Old 10-01-2007, 10:02 AM
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Frequency needs to chime in on this one.
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It's my understanding that Envisioin bought the molds from Sea Ray. Therefore same boat.

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Buck is correct. I have been to the factory in Illinois.
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The 32 Envision is very similar to the Pachanga. Strake geometry is different. The decks are similiar, but if you look closely you will see they are not the same. Envision did get a heck of a deal on leftover windshields! The cockpit and interior have nothing in common.

We were running around LOTO this weekend at 70 mph with 1200 rpm left before my wife applied the rev limiter.

At speeds over 80 mph the boat runs hard on the bow due to the natural stern lift from the inner strakes at the transom. Neither the Pachanga nor the Envision were designed to go this fast. I just haven't had the guts to trim back the inner strakes yet.
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I was watching for you race weekend Freq, but we had a busy schedule with everyone that wanted to be down watching the race. Great time.
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he want $25,500 has his reserve price so far.
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Old 10-08-2007, 03:28 PM
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When Envision first came out in the early '90s we looked at a 32 the local dealer had. We were told Envision bought all the leftover windsheilds from Sea Ray and designed the deck to fit, explaining why it looked so much like a Pachange.
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