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Old 02-18-2013, 07:16 PM
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KAMMA Sport Yachts: 48 Footer w/dual Cummins.....+80Mph and 2000-3000 hours

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nice . I wonder what the cost is ?
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That thing looked awesome sitting in the water.....
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I like it!
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Originally Posted by Jupiter Sunsation View Post
That thing looked awesome sitting in the water.....
Ya it did.

Sounded nice too from the little I heard. Put up a mean rooster tail too.
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Man that thing sounds sweet, 2000-3000 hours between rebuilds would be nice too
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Is that from the same molds as Larry Smith's Kona performance cruiser?
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I went out for a ride in the 43' that was at the show - same one in the video. It was truly fantastic!!! You seriously CAN have a regular conversation with people in the boat while idling, or even cruising the boat around as the motors are so quiet. Plus, I think they said the exhaust is released under the boat.

Performance - when we took off, it felt similar to other gas powered boats. However, when those turbos started to spool up...it literally threw you back in your seat! Amazing torque power. Also, we first traveled around 45-50mph @ 1500RPM's. Gotta love that!!!

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