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Old 04-09-2011, 11:47 AM
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Hey Payton, I dont know if you remember me or not, I bought the super hawaii a few years ago with the ugly paint job (project). I still have it but I just bought this 1990 34 yesterday. Thought you would find it interesting, not too many around. This one was finished at the factory like yours. I was surprised it was pretty close to where I was located and I have never seen it on any of the forums.
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Old 04-09-2011, 11:59 AM
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I don't how that could be a 2000, maybe a 1990?

I didn't think by 2000 there was any of these being made still?
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Old 04-09-2011, 08:35 PM
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Cool! Looks like the Starboard engine is out of it? So you now have 2 SHs? Looks pretty well all original and decent shape. Congrats


Joe, any idea why the SH 34s had the starboard engine forward and most other staggered setups, the Port engine is forward?
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Old 04-09-2011, 08:38 PM
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Let me know how the windscreen on the deck mounted grab handles work. I've wondered about that but never wanted to poke the holes in the boat to find out.
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Old 04-10-2011, 01:14 AM
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Both engines are out of it. One is torn all the way down as you can see by the pictures. I have a driver picking them up Monday and then I will inspect them. I was hoping someone here would recognize it and know what happened to the engine. They are 502 mpi's, cant remember what yours had in it. I have a pair of complete 7.4 mpi's from a 97 Baja that I parted and was thinking of putting them in it. But I am sure I wont be happy with the lack of horsepower. Starboard engine shows only 135 hours the other 210.
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Old 04-10-2011, 08:31 AM
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Mine had 454 Mags. topped out and everything perfect she would hit 68. when she was stock.
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hay i have the originall factory brochures for there boats if your interested in them you can have them
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I would definately be interested in the brochures, do you want to sell them?
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Yes! I'll take one too.
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Holy Riser spacers!!

Congrats on the purchase. I remember seeing a pretty sharp 34 SH for sale down in LOTO, it was pretty custom, looked sharp...

Anyone ever put some real big power in one? Like say 800+ HP a side?
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