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Old 10-18-2011, 04:07 AM
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Saber makes a straight bottom 34. It's a very nice boat.

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Just love the lines of this boat .perfect from every angle. allso Pantera make a great straight and stepped boats in your range ,

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Old 10-18-2011, 08:04 AM
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Call the Sutphen factory. They have a beautiful all red 31 hull and deck sitting there ready to be rigged. It's a twin setup as well. In my opinion the best straight bottoms out there. Why doesn't he want steps?
The best running rough water straitbottom Vhull is the Sutphen. Would easily run in the mid 80's with 2 small blocks or 2 425's. Walter Collins, in his 39 Sutphen won class 3 in the OPA worlds. Richie Sutphen's factory number is 239-574-1155.
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The best running rough water straitbottom Vhull is the Sutphen. Would easily run in the mid 80's with 2 small blocks or 2 425's. Walter Collins, in his 39 Sutphen won class 3 in the OPA worlds. Richie Sutphen's factory number is 239-574-1155.
Just because they win a race doesnt mean they are the "the best running rough water straight bottom"
Really? How many 38-41' straight bottom boats have you been in in really rough water?

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Old 10-18-2011, 10:05 AM
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I know sutphen and the 30 cig mystique are straight.
The 30 Cigarette Mystique is a Twin Step bottom now. You'd have to find a used one to get the straight bottom version, or have Cigarette custom build one to spec for your customer.
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Old 10-18-2011, 04:16 PM
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Just because they win a race doesnt mean they are the "the best running rough water straight bottom"
Really? How many 38-41' straight bottom boats have you been in in really rough water?

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Maybe you should look back to the days when there were no steps , or even to the early days of steps, Richie Sutphen held the kilo record and his boats dominated most classes the ran in !
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Old 10-18-2011, 04:23 PM
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most custom builder just put an insert in the non step hull's to make step's " cheaper then making complete new mold's , i think most custom builder's can take the insert out of there molds to make a non step bottom boat . if that's what you want

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I thought he was very clear. What didn't you understand??
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