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Old 02-12-2008, 09:37 AM
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38' Powerplay vs. F4. Same? I think so
I have been in both and yes they are the same size/ layout but Sunsation's is the bling'd up version.
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Old 10-25-2009, 04:52 PM
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No disrespect at all, you're entitled to your opinion, it's not correct, but that's ok...I had a Cig with multiple problems, we'll just leave it at that.... When you get a chance look at the Chicago PR pics..Xcess Wetness.. my 04 43 Nortech which is owned by OSO-Rick uses the boat on lake Michigan, which is just as rough as Lake Erie. Im orig from Racine WI, so Ive been on that rough water and do agree with you on that aspect. He has almost 200 hours and everything is in tact, that is TV, Micro and Fridge which is usually omitted in the Cigs. Anyways it has alot to do with the way these items are mounted. I had the opportunity to go to and from FT Laud to KW on my maiden voyage, everyone will tell you the water on the way back was extremely rough, not a item came loose.



Point taken... I would love to hear your experiences with the 700's as you start to put more hours on them. My next boat will be a 42x with 700's. I've only owned cigarette's so I'm somewhat partial, You have a great paint scheme on your boat.
I put over 100 hours of trouble free boating.. nothing broke, just basic maintenance.. Wayne now has the boat, and I heard it has over 130 hours. I would not hesitatate doing another boat with the same package.. Boating was enjoyable knowing that everytime you got in her, she started without incident
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Old 10-25-2009, 10:30 PM
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outerlimits by far!
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Old 10-28-2009, 11:46 PM
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There are several 37 and 43 OL's in that price range that will meet or exceed your requirements
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ok you need to look at some of the hustlers had a 40 with 3 502 went 80 we now have a 50 with 3 950s runs 105 pritty easy has over 6 feet of head room big head and shour
call them at MIMS thay have a 44 that is sweet and Joe has a 40 at the factory i think
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No disrespect at all, you're entitled to your opinion, it's not correct, but that's ok...I had a Cig with multiple problems, we'll just leave it at that.... When you get a chance look at the Chicago PR pics..Xcess Wetness.. my 04 43 Nortech which is owned by OSO-Rick uses the boat on lake Michigan, which is just as rough as Lake Erie. Im orig from Racine WI, so Ive been on that rough water and do agree with you on that aspect. He has almost 200 hours and everything is in tact, that is TV, Micro and Fridge which is usually omitted in the Cigs. Anyways it has alot to do with the way these items are mounted. I had the opportunity to go to and from FT Laud to KW on my maiden voyage, everyone will tell you the water on the way back was extremely rough, not a item came loose.

Here was my 04

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...=xcess+wetness
I like your blue boat better. Any boat smaller than a 43 Nor-Tech or Black Thunder and the cabin shrinks considerably. But sometimes it all depends on the deck height. I've been in the cabin of Haggin's 51 OL. I'm only 5'10" and I had to bend over like a caveman(pun intended ).
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