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Old 06-08-2009, 12:06 AM
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What is your budget? I have a friend here in VA with a Baja 252 (with a short windshield) & a ProCharged 502. It's quite the sleeper.
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Old 06-08-2009, 12:23 AM
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all the smaller donzi's 16,18,22. i'm 6'2" and the side gunnels are just above my waist sitting in them, and no windshield to deflect any of the wind...don't like eating bugs, i know the larger ones are better. as per budget, 35k would be most i'm willing to spend right now. I did look at some of the stryker 21's....pretty fast with the 502. probably handle the river here just fine. Definately wouldn't see one around. I could pick one of them up cheap, would give me plenty money to play/change drive engine etc...
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How about a 24 Superboat? High 70's with a 300x or BBC.

500HP will get you into the 80's.
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Same boat, now on ebay.


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Old 06-08-2009, 09:39 AM
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90s in any smaller true deepV is gonna be a handful.
A 24 pantera, w/ sitdown buckets would be a nice ride.
You'd need 700+hp to do the speeds you want.
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Old 06-08-2009, 09:59 AM
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How about a completely restored 1982 Cigarette Squadron XII 27' with a 650 hp 502 sc motor that will get you over 80 mph?
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Ihave a 21 apache scout here in jax. It does great for everything around here.
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Old 06-08-2009, 11:43 AM
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that boat looks nice, so does the cigarette. I did some measuring, and i will have to stay with something in the 20-22ft range due to my storage place. I think something like that will do what i want here in the river. I do like the apache's, nice, cool oldschool boat. The 20 cigarettes look really sweet.
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I have a Donzi 22ZX with a Procharger 350 Mag MPI that runs 81 on GPS. I do a lot of my boating on the St. Johns in Cental Florida, and have been very happy with the boat.
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