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Old 02-10-2012, 02:45 PM
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Much like your attempt at deflecting water away from the center outboard, Not every boat is a home run Steve. It should be noted that after the initial builds they redeveloped that bottom and many went back in for a retrofit.

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No attempt LOL LOL my equiptment always works

Buy Skater or MTI .

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Doug Wright does very well in the toughest racing environment which speaks volumes for his boats, as you are running in hot air and water against the best equipment money can buy.
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So maybe you should buy a Doug Wright! It's a bargain when compared to the price tag of a Ocke Mannerfelt boat. Currently third place in the X-Cat points with two races left to go. I agree it is the toughest offshore outboard field in the world with no expense spared.

This thread is getting jacked. The topic is the new DCB 41, upon reviewing the engineering drawings it should be a gorgeous boat with rigging, fit and finish that is five stars.

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Footnote: This is not a thread about pod vs. non-pod that horse is/has already been whipped to death.
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No attempt LOL LOL my equiptment always works ,But ALSO I do not have 12 mexicans with shop Vacs Bean-Bagging my boats togeather.

Buy Skater or MTI .
Steve since you have such a hard on for my old mini, I figured I'd post a gallery of it so you could see it for yourself. I'm not sure why you would think I'd ever be embarrassed of it..

Do you need to me to explain what all this stuff is? Or as an outboard guy do you get the whole hydraulic jack plate / power trim redesigned and machined to become one moving assembly.. (to reduce setback and weight)



















Whole gallery.

http://www.riverdavesplace.com/forum...oot/index.html

Have a good Day Steve..

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So maybe you should buy a Doug Wright! It's a bargain when compared to the price tag of a Ocke Mannerfelt boat. Currently third place in the X-Cat points with two races left to go. I agree it is the toughest offshore outboard field in the world with no expense spared.

This thread is getting jacked. The topic is the new DCB 41, upon reviewing the engineering drawings it should be a gorgeous boat with rigging, fit and finish that is five stars.

KAP

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It's gotta be a strange land I'm in that I agree with KAP..

This thread is about the DCB M-41, and we have completely gone off the mark and should get back to it.

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LMAO I rest my case !








BUT I do know guy that runs the Hell out of a Minnie boat!
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LMAO I rest my case !








BUT I do know guy that runs the Hell out of a Minnie boat!
LOL.. Indeed!

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BUY a Skater or MTI .
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BUY a Skater or MTI .
Very professional of you Steve.

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Absolutely, Buy A Skater or MTI, No confusion on the Tunnel!
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Absolutely, Buy A Skater or MTI, No confusion on the Tunnel!
It's easy to see how you're stuck in the past when in a single post you brought the conversation full circle back to the beginning. It would seem you are very resistant to moving "forward."

I am to please though, So here's your path back.. "Enjoy living in 1992"

I'll come back in awhile to see if you have figured out how to get out of the maze.

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