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Old 09-28-2010, 04:49 PM
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beautiful boat Terry, congrats on the sales peter, 2010 has been good for you!
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Ya think?

Bahama w/quad 300's runs upper sixties
SeaVee w/quads runs low sixties.....

Im only comparing those two other fine boats with wider beams cause I feel they are the other two boats that have a great ride. I didn't mention YF, and just got a call from Brian Hollis which posted some good numbers on his new 41 cc, which will be some competition for NT.
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just got a call from Brian Hollis which posted some good numbers on his new 41 cc, which will be some competition for NT.

I was sitting with him at the bar when you called.......
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I can help with that.
Call me old school but I like gauges which I'm sure NT will do, right Terry? And have you got enough transom for four motors?
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Call me old school but I like gauges which I'm sure NT will do, right Terry? And have you got enough transom for four motors?
not 100 % but I thought I read sometime back that they could do a 4 banger!!???
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not 100 % but I thought I read sometime back that they could do a 4 banger!!???
Not sure but I think you need 10' for quads...
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Terry, Tron, That is one damn fine looking CC!!!!!!! If we were in the market... Robbie
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I took a few shots of the 390 TS had up at the LOTO Shootout.. hope it is ok to post them











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I took a few shots of the 390 TS had up at the LOTO Shootout.. hope it is ok to post them











What boat??????
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