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Old 11-05-2019, 07:54 PM
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Default MTI Reveals Brand New 390X Catamaran With Mercury Racing 450R Engines

Meet the newest addition to the MTI family, the 390X catamaran powered by twin Mercury Racing 450R engines.

https://speedonthewater.com/new-boat...g-450r-engines
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Wow another OB cat... yawn
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Old 11-05-2019, 08:04 PM
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Ha! You're funny Chad.
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Old 11-05-2019, 08:19 PM
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With the new 400 and 450 stuff we've reached a new age in technology. This 39 foot catamaran weighs 6,000 pounds!
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Ha! You're funny Chad.
lol... what I mean that’s all the new models that ever come out anymore.
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Wow another OB cat... yawn
i feel like were back in the 80's with all the egg beaters
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i feel like were back in the 80's with all the egg beaters
$ per HP combined with fuel efficiency and ease of maintenance... almost as big of step in evolution as going away from Merc 2.5's for the DFI engines that didn't smoke and could shift with the engine running without taking out a gear case.

Besides, short of a few blasts to find out how fast a rig actually runs, most of these boats are running at 80% as high speed cruisers with the reliability of start and go everytime
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With the new 400 and 450 stuff we've reached a new age in technology. This 39 foot catamaran weighs 6,000 pounds!

39 feet and only 6K,,,,,,, wow
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39 feet and only 6K,,,,,,, wow
that's amazing , must be a light layup
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