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Old 01-04-2011, 04:07 PM
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Working hard on the Statement 37CC , did not realize how many molds are involved in CC.Here are some pictures of Hull 1 and working on Hull 2.
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Is this going to be an I/O like the 37 Spectre?
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Jupiter built a 29, 31 and 39....not sure where they got these 37's. The Jupiter hulls are not known to be fast hulls by any measure, not sure that is the platform to start with for any performance CC.
There has to be a joke in there some place...
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Old 01-04-2011, 09:53 PM
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Is this going to be an I/O like the 37 Spectre?
The 2 boats that they have sold, the customers wanted the
cummins diesel in them.
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Is this going to be an I/O like the 37 Spectre?
I talked to Nick last week.

He said that the 34 is going to be an outboard boat and the 37 is going to be an I/O Diesel Boat.
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Is this going to be an I/O like the 37 Spectre?
Are you and your Butt Buddie worried?


Just kidding, don't worry Sally Salesman you got the baddest built from the ground up CC out there.
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Old 01-04-2011, 10:32 PM
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I quess they are planning on several changes to get cummins into that boat. It was built around the Yanmar 6lp's, and I doubt cummins has anything that is as small as it.
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I quess they are planning on several changes to get cummins into that boat. It was built around the Yanmar 6lp's, and I doubt cummins has anything that is as small as it.
Maybe not as small but Cummins switched to the truck engine so it will probly match the Yanmar's weight now.
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I actually saw a couple of different specs on the new cummins today. From what I have been told it will still be heavier than the 6lp. I hear that statement is also changing the back of the boat, so space won't be an issue. I am really curious to see how these new engines run. I saw 350 hp but only 515 tq.
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I actually saw a couple of different specs on the new cummins today. From what I have been told it will still be heavier than the 6lp. I hear that statement is also changing the back of the boat, so space won't be an issue. I am really curious to see how these new engines run. I saw 350 hp but only 515 tq.
Is it the 5.9 or 6.7? Actually 350/515 is less than 1.5/1 so that will most likely raise rpms which is a good thing for boats.
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