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Old 04-17-2008, 09:55 PM
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Hey Freshwater,

The windshield was just like the boat, I had about 20 shades to pick from...even colors of windshields, believe it or not the only options that I added to the boat, were the engine I picked, the drive, I got a compass, hour meter, berth, the custom Batteries and trays my choice, and monster gauges. If you want one that is basic, you can get one for about 90,000 with a 496HO, but that would be a crime. This boat whould cost around 200,000, as you see my boat; you can have one for about 150,000 and the boat is not a cookie cutter...trust me it's built by 3 guys, if you have the time and love custom, order one I have been having this one built from Oct. 07...well worth the wait. I would rather it done right, and take time, than walk in a dealer and drive out with one

Oh by the way he has two boats going to Norway, with the new 662 and NXT drives, I have watched one being built after mine BAD ASS
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Old 04-17-2008, 10:07 PM
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Ass Per Your Request if you notice the main batt. switch that RPM machined 2 years ago, Eddie Marine and Dana, were up the original 525's boats ass @ the LA boat show...it's no wonder they have just come out with "a custom billet flush mount bezel" If you don't have the brains to do it yourself don't be so ckin chit to steal it from someone that is smarter than you.
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Awesome looking boat! But for the love of Budda, and your motor, please get rid of that Fram filter. There are MANY better choices out there. I'd go for Napa/Wix Racing.
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Way ahead of ya brother I have 4 new wix racing filters in my shop just waiting on 20hrs so they can ride on my boat!!
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Sweet.....guy on my lake just got one last summer. I wanted to see it during delivery but could not time it right. I think he has a 600hp of some sort.

Looks like a mean boat. Any bets on when it chews through that MMworx drive? hell, maybe it wont.
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Thats Norms boat...saw it when it was being born, I made a many a trip to there shop, hell I even worked there for 4 days, I installed all of the audio, my buddy is the southeastern kicker rep, lots of equip. for cheap. Norms boat has a boostpower NAS motor it runs in the 109, 110 range. his was boat #3 Last pic is @ Tablerock!
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Awesome looking boat! But for the love of Budda, and your motor, please get rid of that Fram filter. There are MANY better choices out there. I'd go for Napa/Wix Racing.
I havent heard of any probs with the hp4's.Id still go wix
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Looks awesome!
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Sweet boat. Congrats!
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I have been in their shop and they really do things right. If any one wants a single engine cat this should be on your short list.
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