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Old 12-31-2011, 06:55 PM
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The boat looks great. Stunning paint job.
Any numbers yet?
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The boat looks great. Stunning paint job.
Any numbers yet?

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nice looking boat , i had a 2004 38 and it was a great boat except for the flex in the deck in rough water " no forward bulkhead "
did you guy's put a forward bulkhead in or make the deck stronger with some type of stringer system or something ?
also herd that my 2004 was built when they just started the infusion process on the boats and maybe they laid it up to light ?
who know's i just no that all my othe rperformance boats had a bulkhead in the front of the cabin by the v berth

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i was thinking that a twin 525 boat would be a nice running boat in the low 80 mph zone . i no that my 2004 ran about 73 to 75 mph max with labbed 26 pitch 4 blade's ,
the boat came with 28 pitch prop's but after the first time out with them i pulled them off and went with the smaller lab prop's that made the boat have some mid range punch so i lost a few mph on top , but it was so slow to get moving with the bigger prop's and they didnt like rough water either " took to long to pull rpms up

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nice looking boats...did H.S. design the bottom???? thought it was an AT at first.

the 30 vendetta looks like my active thunder mated with my competition 38zr. the 30 sure is a beautiful boat! maybe in the future pull it out another 10 feet and stuff another power train in it!

very nice guys
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Old 01-01-2012, 03:55 PM
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Do you have more pictures of the 43 SCX cat that you are building.
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Old 01-01-2012, 04:02 PM
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nice looking boats...did H.S. design the bottom???? thought it was an AT at first.

the 30 vendetta looks like my active thunder mated with my competition 38zr. the 30 sure is a beautiful boat! maybe in the future pull it out another 10 feet and stuff another power train in it!

very nice guys
they both originate from the same hull many years ago
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does the mold have an insert/plug for the steps?
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they both originate from the same hull many years ago
Ugh, this is NOT true. Sonic molds came from Coyote way, way back in the day.

AT has a totally different heritage, top and bottom.

The new 38 looks great! I look forward to finding out how it handles.

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