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Old 11-07-2011, 04:17 PM
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Nope. One of the classiest machines I have seen in a long time, but the power takes away from it.
That is a pretty cool looking boat!
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Old 11-07-2011, 04:21 PM
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She's a beaut Clark.

Any numbers on that thing? Not so sure about the cockpit and teak floor. Are those #8-6's?
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Dan, How does this 44 compare to all the other #6 drive 44's? Speed, handling, Planing?
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Dan, How does this 44 compare to all the other #6 drive 44's? Speed, handling, Planing?
Id like to hear this as well...especially since she is gas powered....

My experience on the bravo conversion Arneson's..that when we found the right props which we went through a few sizes..she hooked up extremely well after the intial 1-2 seconds. Docking was excellent, and handling was fine..and I drove a bravo version right after. You also loose that fear of blowing something up on the bravo version.
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Actually, those are not Arnesons. They are made by SCS, Mike Sage. At least the gearbox portion is. Cylinders and hardware are Arnesons.
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Id like to hear this as well...especially since she is gas powered....

My experience on the bravo conversion Arneson's..that when we found the right props which we went through a few sizes..she hooked up extremely well after the intial 1-2 seconds. Docking was excellent, and handling was fine..and I drove a bravo version right after. You also loose that fear of blowing something up on the bravo version.
I like hearing that! Even more reason to upgrade my boat, slightly less money then buying the outerlimits in this thread....
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:10 AM
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Actually, those are not Arnesons. They are made by SCS, Mike Sage. At least the gearbox portion is. Cylinders and hardware are Arnesons.
cool, have not heard much about them lately...set up looks awesome. Thanks.
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must need more dialing in time...no posts from the OL gang.

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Yup. It's only the quick change drop boxes ect. that are SCS. It's got nothing to do with the SCS Sage#8 drive. Still, very cool.
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More dialing in time?

The boat runs in the high 130s....

The owner I'm almost positive doesn't really care about top end, ran the boat up, was happy with it. I've seen it running over 120...he's building a new one as I hear....

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