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Old 02-26-2010, 09:45 PM
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Looks like a very updated version of a 29 progression with some serious attitude. Cant wait for the finished product! What's the expected speeds?
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Looking good Chris.........I love the look of the stern. Did you ever get any answers to your questions?
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Old 02-27-2010, 08:18 AM
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Thanks for the comments. The first boat will be light (approx 2300LBS) LOA 29'7'' X 7' 10". Expecting speeds in the low 90's with a 525EFI/Bravo ITS on a standoff box.This may sound like a tall order but I'm determined. I've been playing around with the bottoms on similar cc hulls (steps and pads) over the past couple of years with good results.

jdub.... Thanks buddy.With the info in the link you had posted and vectorlam software, I got it figured out
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Thanks for the comments. The first boat will be light (approx 2300LBS) LOA 29'7'' X 7' 10". Expecting speeds in the low 90's with a 525EFI/Bravo ITS on a standoff box.This may sound like a tall order but I'm determined. I've been playing around with the bottoms on similar cc hulls (steps and pads) over the past couple of years with good results.

jdub.... Thanks buddy.With the info in the link you had posted and vectorlam software, I got it figured out
Good to hear.....looking forward to a ride in her
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This is it for today.
Nice Job Chris
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Old 02-27-2010, 11:01 AM
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When will it hit the water?
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Old 02-27-2010, 01:52 PM
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Nice. Please how us some rigging pics as it comes along
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thanks for the step by step and all the pictures...
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Got to witness this thing in person last week, and I gotta say, Chris is doing a great job.
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