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Old 03-24-2020, 02:35 PM
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I am looking for any info on Nor-Tech 40 roadster. Know nothing about them, but NT cats have been on my list of possible next boats to have. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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Old 03-24-2020, 06:25 PM
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Call Peter Roberts at Double R Performance in Toronto. They have tons experience with NT.
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Old 03-25-2020, 01:15 PM
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Call Peter Roberts at Double R Performance in Toronto. They have tons experience with NT.
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Thanks. Looks like they have a couple of 40s' listed. Not sure I am ready for 1350s'.
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Old 03-27-2020, 12:13 PM
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Thanks. Looks like they have a couple of 40s' listed. Not sure I am ready for 1350s'.
you would not be disappointed with either of the 40s double r has listed with 1350s. Both take well maintained to a whole new level.
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They are both beautiful, but the power is probably too much for me to maintain. I would like to look at something with 700's. It may not be the fastest thing, but it should be decent, maybe wrong.
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a 36 NT really is a nice boat to my eyes since... they were made! 40 roadster another notch above!

what does '' maintenance to a whole new level'' really means in $ ? what needs to be done when ?
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i remember seing it go by in the midland area when i was in vacation. he was like half a mile away but was outstanding to see and hear it!
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They are both beautiful, but the power is probably too much for me to maintain. I would like to look at something with 700's. It may not be the fastest thing, but it should be decent, maybe wrong.
where do you do your boating?
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where do you do your boating?
Winnipesaukee, but hoping to venture out to warmer water some.
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Old 03-27-2020, 02:47 PM
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They are both beautiful, but the power is probably too much for me to maintain. I would like to look at something with 700's. It may not be the fastest thing, but it should be decent, maybe wrong.
I highly recommend against 700s in any NT cat - they're too big and heavy. My good friend had a 36 NT cat w/ 1075s in it that I spent a lot of time in, and I wouldn't recommend one with any less power than that (1,000s minimum). Nor Tech builds a nice big cat, they just need a lot of power to run well.
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