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Old 09-23-2008, 03:26 PM
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that RPM is pretty nice..i really like the lines on it.. too bad its such a new company, they dont have any used boats out yet..
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Why go small cat? Checkout the vicious link. Sparky Olsen builds a very high quality vacum bagged 31 that would fit your needs and probably budget too. Plus he's been talking of smoothing out the lines in the mold to give you more of the look you mentioned. Would be a runner that's for sure.

Heck slap in some quality small blocks and completely please your insurance company. I can help ya there too! Would love to see a set of LSX based marine engine s/b in a offshore cat

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c'mon dude step up ... cant let delo be the king!
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I have a daytona with a 525efi I might pass on. [email protected]
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Why go small cat? Checkout the vicious link. Sparky Olsen builds a very high quality vacum bagged 31 that would fit your needs and probably budget too. Plus he's been talking of smoothing out the lines in the mold to give you more of the look you mentioned. Would be a runner that's for sure.

Heck slap in some quality small blocks and completely please your insurance company. I can help ya there too! Would love to see a set of LSX based marine engine s/b in a offshore cat
a few personal reasons.. I wont have as much time to use the boat like I had this year.. It has to fit in my new garage.. has to fit in a 30' slip and I want to downsize trucks.. Vicious? Havent heard of them.. Whats the link?
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cant let delo be the king!
Yes I can.. I can let him be king..

I cant afford to be king.. I like bein a peon, less expectations.. more beer..
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I have a daytona with a 525efi I might pass on. [email protected]
Any more details? year, paint, motor, drives?
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wow...no one said spectre or motion or awsome cat or american offshore...those 30 foot liberators look nice but i don't know anything about them...as someone already said the nordic thor is one fine looking boat...i think there is a deck boat version this year also...i love the 28 skater but they are damn proud of them...i love my 30 spectre with 300s...good luck in your search...
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that RPM is pretty nice..i really like the lines on it.. too bad its such a new company, they dont have any used boats out yet..
Well, if you are looking for insurable power you might be real surprised what he'd build you one for. Also, all of the good stuff is standard, like hydraulic steering, gps speedo, etc.

They are also big for a "26" according to anyone who's been near one.

Last, it is the most efficient hull in that size. It ran like 95 with a 525, and can probably get to 80 with a HO.

It's worth the call, and may cost just a tiny bit more than an older used cat.
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Yes I can.. I can let him be king..

I cant afford to be king.. I like bein a peon, less expectations.. more beer..

Ain't that the truth!
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