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BAJA "SPLIT DECISION" at Miami show anyone see this work of art yet??

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Old 02-19-2008, 10:08 PM
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What becomes of these when done? I rode on Lucky 7 last yr, but never heard where it ended up at. I thought L7 was the chits, now this. US1 likeys!

There must be 6 batteries in that boat.

edited: 6 batteries for all those amps!

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Old 02-19-2008, 11:15 PM
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It was beautiful. The 7-amp install in the cabin was interesting.

I didn't like the Lexan on the hatch. It was pretty scratched up... I know it will be buffed out but it would drive me crazy. I did like being able to look right into the motors with the hatch down.

All in all very nice!
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I work for Sabic(formerly GE) in the sheet department that makes the lexan sheets. Lexan does scratch very easily. Baja must not have purchased a marguard sheet(coated sheet that resists scratches).
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Did everyone miss the fact that this boat has two different graphic designs on each side? Thats the whole ' Split Decision ' theme here. One side looks different than the other. I think its a great new fresh idea. And makes perfect sence for a poker run boat. Other boaters will think there are two 40' Baja's running :-) .

Great Job Baja.
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You do have to see this boat to apreciate it. For the record, I like the Starboard side graphics better.. :-)
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Jeff reread my post. That's what I mean about engine colors.
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Old 02-20-2008, 07:35 AM
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Did everyone miss the fact that this boat has two different graphic designs on each side? Thats the whole ' Split Decision ' theme here. One side looks different than the other. I think its a great new fresh idea. And makes perfect sence for a poker run boat. Other boaters will think there are two 40' Baja's running :-) .

Great Job Baja.
Wasn't there a Nor-Tech called Two-Face that tried something like that?

Very nice boat.
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Old 02-20-2008, 07:57 AM
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I too am not a fan of the yellow motors, BUT, on a marketing standpoint, they are doing exactly what they are supposed to do, GET NOTICED!

I am in awe of the boat, as in all the poker run boats. The detail and outside the box engineering, custom touches translate to new ideas for our boats. I have rode in Poker Face and Lucky 7's, GREAT BOATS.

With the diet, pad, notch and 700's this boat should go through the water very well. I am looking forward to riding in it, as well as, compare our boats side by side. (only problem, is mine will now look pretty blah!)

GREAT JOB BAJA!
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We saw the boat on monday very nice Baja really stepped it up this time I like the graphics and dash. They put thier best foot foward to keep up with the big guys
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Did everyone miss the fact that this boat has two different graphic designs on each side? That's the whole ' Split Decision ' theme here. One side looks different than the other. I think its a great new fresh idea. And makes perfect sense for a poker run boat. Other boaters will think there are two 40' Baja's running :-) .

Great Job Baja.

That is so they can run circles around other boats and not make them feel to bad!!! They will pass you on the other side the 2nd time and you will think, DAMN! there are 2 of them bad AZZ Baja's out here today.
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