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Old 10-10-2010, 04:51 PM
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This one used to pass us in the 1000 Islands. Very clean and fast. All the boats you listed are nice in my opinion and maybe you are not into Fountains. May be something to look at though.
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This is what you want, and is not far from your price range. Everything is new (except for the hull).
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Old 10-10-2010, 05:27 PM
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That 33 w/ 500 efi's looks like a steal. If it checks out I'd go with that for sure for that money. Leaves leftover budget for repairs/updgrades.

The Cig's posted probably won't get too close to 80 even with much bigger power.
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33' Powerplay with semi-stock 500hp's - no doubt.

Blower motors = headache!
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Give the rwb cig a good look. I know the dealer that gas it, as well as the prior owner of the boat. It was a fresh water boat from erie. Updated a bit and very well maintained.
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FYI- I think in mid-94 Powerplay redid the hulls a bit and deepened the cockpit/gunnels. I'd lean towards the '95 for that reason.
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FYI- I think in mid-94 Powerplay redid the hulls a bit and deepened the cockpit/gunnels. I'd lean towards the '95 for that reason.
In 94 We did the new hull mold with raised freeboard.
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The Teague powered Powerplay seems like a good deal for a 100 MPH boat ,plus spare drives. Make the guy an offer.
yeah the teague boat maybe older but rigged by a pro, the other 500 efi boat is nice to but in a year or two you will need to rebuild them and drives to be safe, any motor over 400 hours is do black or blue for a freshen up if its mine. but # 4s are a nice drive and going a 100 is fun once in a while. going back to the other boats there big heavy boats with 500 hp plus with bravo drives,, didn't see xr anywhere thats another plus for the #4 drive boat. the cigs do look nice also are bigger and seem to have low motor hours. power play 33 is a favorite hull of mine with Saber and Sutphen more custom not a lot for sale. have fun there all nice boats
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33' Powerplay with semi-stock 500hp's - no doubt.

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not when built right teagues been around for a while and the#4s over a couple of inches in freeboard even if its 6 inches. I bet the older rides more solid with the 4s in rough water too. sounds like it was set up in a thread I saw last week and now that I think about it it has a deeper cockpit cause of gas tank placement and baslance there was a post on it somewhere. maybe saddle tanks instead of in the cockpit floor.

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not when built right teagues been around for a while and the#4s over a couple of inches in freeboard even if its 6 inches. I bet the older rides more solid with the 4s in rough water too. sounds like it was set up in a thread I saw last week and now that I think about it it has a deeper cockpit cause of gas tank placement and baslance there was a post on it somewhere. maybe saddle tanks instead of in the cockpit floor.
my boat is the one with the deeper cockpit because it has saddle tanks.
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