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Old 09-27-2010, 02:09 AM
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Did OL make Stilletto's in 2006 and 2007 ?
NADA shows the last year of the 37 Stilletto in 2005.
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ok.. you have had both.. what do you prefer and why.. 38PP vs 37 OL..Thanks Jeff
Hmm, love both boats. Lets do a little comparison:

Tooling/Mold work: Powerplay

Rigging: Tie->pp is pretty damn good

Interior fit & Finish: Outerlimits (close). All of the storage compartments had lights on our outerlimits.

Performance: Outerlimits

Rough Water Ride: Powerplay

Turning: Powerplay

Cabin Room: tie

Cockpit room: Tie

Driest Ride: Outerlimits

Cooler Size: Powerplay

For the type of boating we do, these two boats have more cockpit room then their competitors. Thats a big plus for us. you cant go wrong with either in my opinion. The Powerplay has a better rough water ride than our 37' did, but is a few mph slower.

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Old 09-27-2010, 03:52 PM
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NADA shows the last year of the 37 Stilletto in 2005.
They made 1 37 epoxy boat with 525's. It's a 2005, last 37 built, runs on St. Clair. Runs high 80's, 87+
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Hmm, love both boats. Lets do a little comparison:

Tooling/Mold work: Powerplay

Rigging: Tie->pp is pretty damn good

Interior fit & Finish: Outerlimits (close). All of the storage compartments had lights on our outerlimits.

Performance: Outerlimits

Rough Water Ride: Powerplay

Turning: Powerplay

Cabin Room: tie

Cockpit room: Tie

Driest Ride: Outerlimits

Cooler Size: Powerplay

For the type of boating we do, these two boats have more cockpit room then their competitors. Thats a big plus for us. you cant go wrong with either in my opinion. The Powerplay has a better rough water ride than our 37' did, but is a few mph slower.

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Were both boats full stagger?
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Were both boats full stagger?
NO, both side by side. Bravo XR's. If you are in KW i would be happy to take you for a ride

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NO, both side by side. Bravo XR's. If you are in KW i would be happy to take you for a ride
that is about the best comparison I have ever read.. I agree, I would be proud to own either boat..

Epic Powerboats hopefully will bring back the 38 PP bottom with a different deck.. Thanks Again.
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NO, both side by side. Bravo XR's. If you are in KW i would be happy to take you for a ride
Oh wow. Thanks!
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Oh wow. Thanks!
You also have to remember the 37OL is a 1993 design and its being compared to all these much newer boats. Thats something to say about the boat and design. Cowisl's Powerplay sure is a pretty boat!!
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Do you know if epic is working on a 38'
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Do you know if epic is working on a 38'
Today Brian Hollis..EPIC Power Yachts ..tested their 41 CC which is basically a stretched 38 PP bottom. With not the correct props, 7 guys and 200 gallon of fuel, they recorded a 75.4 speed. Tomorrow they are trying for 80. When i spoke with him at 5:15 I expressed a big interest in the 38 with a different deck. He said he would be working on this next. As to a time I cant give you a when, But I know depending on the final look of the boat, I know of many people interested in one. Jeff
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