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Old 10-22-2007, 10:42 AM
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baja is doin better.....

hey all i said was whatever to a coment that the boat would go at LEAST 110..



and myn 01 cig aint to be compared to a same vintage or newer baja.
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Old 10-22-2007, 11:31 AM
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Lucky 7's does have stock ECM's and stock pulleys. Also, it has close to 150 plus hours on it w/o problems. I sold one of the 3 35's with 700's and have been lucky enough to drive 2 of them. They are running from 93-100+ depending on props and drive height. We took the 35 with 700's I sold to the Cumberland PR and had a blast passing "high end" boats that thought a Baja would not keep up! We have plans to get rid of the drive spacers and buy a set of cleavers for the boat I sold and expect to see 100+mph in a non-stepped deep V!
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Cool,,, change the pulley's if ya have to ,,, 100 is a big ##
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Old 10-22-2007, 12:51 PM
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baja is doin better.....

hey all i said was whatever to a coment that the boat would go at LEAST 110..



and myn 01 cig aint to be compared to a same vintage or newer baja.
It's cool man, not trying to start a fight or anything. We are all lucky and blessed to have these awesome boats, whatever brand they are, and whether they are stock or not.

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I agree with saxman....all these boats are awsome. Some of the boats OSO members have are unreal! I like Baja's for their re-sale value and I make a living selling them. You cannot bite the hand that feeds you! All manufactuers in my opinion, have been putting out AMAZING boats in the last 3-4 years!


Here is a link to the 35 I sold

www.premierboatingcenter.com , used boats
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Here is a link to the 35 I sold

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Wow, that thing is loaded up!
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We have plans to get rid of the drive spacers and buy a set of cleavers for the boat I sold and expect to see 100+mph in a non-stepped deep V!
Does the owner know this??? I was very impressed with the ride of a 35 foot boat and the 700's seemed absolutely bullet-proof.
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Is it true that you sold the Playboy because you couldnt handle Baja building a 35 faster than yours?
hey you ,thats what heard too. the 35 is a nice boat and fast for a non step and they use kevelar, and carbin fiber now,
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[QUOTE=dreamer;2312904]apples to apples?

comparing a cig to a baja

more like apples to lemons!!!!!


where did you think the 36 hull came from and its heavy and slow just like a cig, you want a real boat go look at a OL 42 GTX THAT A CUSTUM BOAT BACK IN 94 KEY WEST RACE SOME JOKER SHOWED UP WITH A 42 REV CIG WITH 1OOOS TWO AND TRIED TO RUN WITH INXS 47 AND YELLOW 46 FOUNTIAN, 47 APACHE HERITAGE AND GOT LAPPED NOW THERE SKITTLES PAINTED BOATS, SO DON'T KNOCK OTHER THAT YOU HAVEN'T BEEN IN, AND I HAD A LITTLE BAJA THAT KICK SOME BIG BOATS AZZ IN THE 90S MOSTLY CIGS ON THE CAPE ITS ALL ABOUT THE DRIVER ANYTIME YOU WANT TO RUN I WILL BE HEALTHY REAL SOON AND OUT ON THE WATER OR RACING IN OPA THIS YR 08. BEEN AROUND BOATS ALL MY LIFE AND YES CIGS GET GEL CRACKS AND MORE.THE ONLY REAL BOATS ARE OL,SUTPHEN,SB, PROG, ACTIV , KRIP,JOKER SKATER, A T, THOSE ARE CUSTOM MADE.

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Does the owner know this??? I was very impressed with the ride of a 35 foot boat and the 700's seemed absolutely bullet-proof.

Well, that was yesterdays plan. Today, the owner wants to push and sell this one and go ahead and order a 2008. I gaurantee the new one will have cleavers!
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