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Old 07-01-2008, 10:37 PM
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beautiful just beautiful, Congrats on a long project coming to an end it has to feel wonderful.
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Terry, UNREAL!!!!!! I Remember standing next to the plug many moons ago, BEAUTIFUL!!! If David gets #3, I can be his boat beaoch!!!! I did pretty good work on the 50'! Congrates!!!! Robbie
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Oops. They are 14's not 12's. Lost my mind for a minute.
The next boat will have the 2400 MTU's.

Brandon we can put your name on # 3!
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Old 07-02-2008, 01:51 AM
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I was hoping you would say 12's, and you did. So, you could potentially go with the 2400hp MTU's, or would it need 15's?
Assuming::: A gross weight increase of 15K lbs for the heavier 16V 2000 M93 engines (8,840 lbs vs 5,617 lbs) over the Cat C32 engines, the drives are basically the same weight, the gears are heavier but 15K lbs will cover all that. The boat should reach 69-72 mph with the 2400's at 98K lbs.

The ASD15 will work fine with a 1.75:1
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wow, I am that is a work of art... can't wait to see more!! now if i can only win the lottery
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80 feet that is.
She's alive!
First open water sea trial on June 30th.
Length: 80'
Beam: 16'
Weight: 85,000
Power: Twin Cat C-32's 1625HP
Speed so far 59 MPH
Planes like a normal powerboat. Very little bow rise.

We'll be posting interior shots in a couple of weeks but I thought it was time to get these on.
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Terry, Whats the draft?????
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Assuming::: A gross weight increase of 15K lbs for the heavier 16V 2000 M93 engines (8,840 lbs vs 5,617 lbs) over the Cat C32 engines, the drives are basically the same weight, the gears are heavier but 15K lbs will cover all that. The boat should reach 69-72 mph with the 2400's at 98K lbs.

The ASD15 will work fine with a 1.75:1

That meets their goal of 70..A good lookin 80' Condo that does 70mph..
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Incredible.... Great looking Yacht with incredible numbers...
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think i could tow it with my dually, I mean if I was careful and didnt go very far?
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think i could tow it with my dually, I mean if I was careful and didnt go very far?
Ask Sydwayz.........



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Assuming::: A gross weight increase of 15K lbs for the heavier 16V 2000 M93 engines (8,840 lbs vs 5,617 lbs) over the Cat C32 engines, the drives are basically the same weight, the gears are heavier but 15K lbs will cover all that. The boat should reach 69-72 mph with the 2400's at 98K lbs.

The ASD15 will work fine with a 1.75:1

That's incredible. Thanks for the breakdown!
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