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Old 07-07-2011, 10:47 PM
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Old 07-08-2011, 09:02 AM
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The SV43 with Stock 700's runs right around 120 under perfect conditions. A usual day speed of 118. With Ilmor 725's its a low 120's boat. As of now, until the release of the SV29, that is really the smallest (in production) boat we build. My 40 has run a best of 113 with 650's, usually around 110, and is actually slightly slower than the SV43.
In regards to the SV43, is that with any upgrades to the motor? You mention stock, but want to make sure that doesnt include a Whipple ECU upgrade. Regardless, thats smokin fast!
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In regards to the SV43, is that with any upgrades to the motor? You mention stock, but want to make sure that doesnt include a Whipple ECU upgrade. Regardless, thats smokin fast!
It will run with stock 700's 118 all day. With Whipple upgrades its in the low 120's easily. A 44SL with full cabin, generator, tv, ect runs 110mph with stock 700's.
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It will run with stock 700's 118 all day. With Whipple upgrades its in the low 120's easily. A 44SL with full cabin, generator, tv, ect runs 110mph with stock 700's.
Not relevant to this question, but Mike Fiore, Bob Teague and I topped 120 mph in a 52-foot Outerlimits in a test for Powerboat magazine. I believe it had twin 1,400 hp Sterlings. The OL 52, for those who haven't seen it in person, is a huge V-bottom—tall, wide and (obviously) long. I don't recall the weight, but I also don't recall it being particularly "light."

Given the sheer mass of the boat and its stability at that speed, it was impressive as any ride I've ever taken.
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It will run with stock 700's 118 all day. With Whipple upgrades its in the low 120's easily. A 44SL with full cabin, generator, tv, ect runs 110mph with stock 700's.
So thats not including the stage one upgrade, right?
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So thats not including the stage one upgrade, right?
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Not relevant to this question, but Mike Fiore, Bob Teague and I topped 120 mph in a 52-foot Outerlimits in a test for Powerboat magazine. I believe it had twin 1,400 hp Sterlings. The OL 52, for those who haven't seen it in person, is a huge V-bottom—tall, wide and (obviously) long. I don't recall the weight, but I also don't recall it being particularly "light."

Given the sheer mass of the boat and its stability at that speed, it was impressive as any ride I've ever taken.
That was an older non-epoxy 51 an absolute beast in big water.
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:22 AM
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smokin!
The boats are fast, handle extremely well, and can take big water without question.
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