Brand new ZRC Donzi

Old 11-01-2019, 06:14 AM
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Default Brand new ZRC Donzi

Who has pics of the new ZRC at the Ft Lauderdale show?
860 QC4V's and 6's...
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Old 11-01-2019, 06:24 AM
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Old 11-01-2019, 06:38 AM
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Here's a few. (Lifted from Big Thunder Marine and https://www.powerboatlistings.com/photographs/62987 )













Nice to see a new one built, I'd be happy with one like that....

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I absolutely love it! I just dont understand the crappy "Donzi" banners held on by painters tape??
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That boat is gorgeous!!
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Old 11-01-2019, 07:02 AM
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That boat is gorgeous!!
Sharp build but I liked Craig's orange metallic 700 boat better! This appears burgundy with two tone black, not the same level of "pop" as the orange boat.
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Beautiful boat, how fast was the one with 700s?
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As Tom pointed out in another forum, the switches for the power foot rests are located where most of us Comp owners have a foot-pad to step to and from the deck. If these guys had ever ridden in a comp before building one they would have known to put them on the dash instead. Beautiful boat nonetheless. Ran 115 first time out - I'm sure it'll do better with prop and or hull mods. I think the 700 boats ran 110-113, but drunk guys at the bar will claim they saw 115 once. Those were the later hull though with 2 more small steps added. The mold for this one was taken from a 2 step 2003 boat that probably needed some hull work.
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Interesting info. I hope they put some time into dialing it in. I went for a couple rides in a Zrc with 575s. The one with American flag graphics, great riding boat.
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Beautiful boat.

Ill take mine with a white deck, 700's, 6's, and wrapped up to go please!
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