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Old 09-26-2010, 06:55 PM
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Apples to apples,you would have to compare a 38 gun to the boats mentioned(bravo based). The 39 gun with the 700 package is hard to beat and really shouldn't be compared
ok.. you have had both.. what do you prefer and why.. 38PP vs 37 OL..Thanks Jeff
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Speed is not the most important aspect to a boat.. OL and Cig's have higher X dimensions from the factory.. Terry Sobo has posted numerous times that NT's are set up with an all around user friendly set up.

I believe the customers boat for the article was around 101.7 but don't quote me.. The Yanmar boat was around 80-82... that i know for a fact. Jeff
They post all different numbers like acceleration; mid-range acceleration; RPM vs MPH; top-end; time to plane, fuel economy...I think it would be good to compare the boats based on all those aspects.
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I received a PM asking what makes the hull ocean worthy and strong since the picture I posted only showed the fluff.

I found it a good question. And I don't get asked it often enough. The picture on the left is what is under the liner and in the nose of the boat. The one of the right is the engine bay.

Sorry it took a while to locate a picture.
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ok.. you have had both.. what do you prefer and why.. 38PP vs 37 OL..Thanks Jeff
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I have my opinion, both have run into the 120 range.. that would be John-Thundersone and John-Cant Touch This..I have never been in these boats at those speeds. Both great boats with similar power..
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was the 2005 Quattro in powerboat the no displine boat because if it was that boat had tripple 525s
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was the 2005 Quattro in powerboat the no displine boat because if it was that boat had tripple 525s
No Discipline did not have triple 525's. It was a staggered stock 525 boat that did hit 100 once or twice which is incredible for a very, very big 39ft boat with 525's. The boat that was in powerboat magazine was Marc Jameson's boat from NJ which also had 525's.
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So which '07 39 700 TG was it? and if you're calling me a liar we have an issue here.
Seriously, can we please switch topics, say something less conflicting, like ummm, Religion or Politics?
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I would choose the manufacturer with the least amount of pending lawsuits
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I would choose the manufacturer with the least amount of pending lawsuits
Better off buying a moped
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