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Old 10-02-2018, 02:46 AM
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Default New Baja 36 Outlaw With Mercury Racing 565 Engines Tops 80 MPH

This new Baja Marine 36 Outlaw powered by twin Mercury Racing 565 engines is available from Day's Boat Sales in Kentucky.

https://speedonthewater.com/new-boat...es-tops-80-mph
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Old 10-02-2018, 08:25 AM
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Nice to hear good news. I've always liked that hull they are good runners and very roomy for the size.
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So the 35 outlaw is now the 36 outlaw?
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swim platform
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Very nicely appointed.
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No where near the same boat as they once were. Notched transom, pad bottom, horizontal mounted trim tabs, different cabin construction method, etc., and those bolsters?
Can't say I care much for the new.

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Originally Posted by GETTINBYE View Post
No where near the same boat as they once were. Notched transom, pad bottom, horizontal mounted trim tabs, different cabin construction method, etc., and those bolsters?
Can't say I care much for the new.

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The 35 Outlaw (now called 36) has always had a notched transom.
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Looks like a nice boat!
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Originally Posted by BrettM View Post
The 35 Outlaw (now called 36) has always had a notched transom.
Brett, kinda my point. No where near the same boat as, lets say, the original 36 Outlaw.
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Put some stock lowers on it and ditch the big diameter max’s and they might find a couple more mph
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