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Old 09-11-2008, 08:08 AM
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well built, excellent attention to detail and run extremely good in rough water
For those that don't know, the hull derived from a former straight bottom Active Thunder mold; with steps added.
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there was a nice one at cumberland this past weekend. Really great looking boats with a great fit and finish IMO.
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both look amazing... i want the one with 525's
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I emailed the seller a few weeks ago and never heard from them...
We are a dealer for them as well.......let me know if you have any questions. I know both boats very well.

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For those that don't know, the hull derived from a former straight bottom Active Thunder mold; with steps added.
Hmmmmm .... is that a fact ? Mike claims the hulls were his original design
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Old 09-11-2008, 12:53 PM
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i don't know alot about adrenaline boats , they look real good , does anyone have any first hand experience with a v-30 single or twin

This one is the one I built and it is for sale. She is fast and handles very well in rough water. Fastest one built to date. She has got the Ilmor 625's. Let me know if you are interested or want more details.
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This one is the one I built and it is for sale. She is fast and handles very well in rough water. Fastest one built to date. She has got the Ilmor 625's. Let me know if you are interested or want more details.
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Old 09-11-2008, 09:43 PM
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there was a nice one at cumberland this past weekend. Really great looking boats with a great fit and finish IMO.
That was me, Thanks for the compliment!

The quality is unreal. You'd be hard pressed to find something with the fit and finish that Adrenaline puts out.

I might be a tad biased though.. If you've got any questions I'd be happy to answer them.




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For those that don't know, the hull derived from a former straight bottom Active Thunder mold; with steps added.
Well that took longer than I thought it would have to come out.
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Well that took longer than I thought it would have to come out.
These are very good boats with hulls that came from another great company and were updated. Why recreate the wheel?
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