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Old 02-10-2003, 02:00 PM
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mighty purty boat ...good luck
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What size is it ?
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DWOLFgarth55... Our 32 innovator stepped hull is soley desgined by the center of gravity. Thats where you begin.knowing your step placement. Your strakes, reverse chines, transom angles,is all done by a designer along with a cam-cad.As far steps by the bow angle, they are a sunsation first. Relievers for hard core turning when racing in classes on the course.Our future larger models will have steps but you just can"t take an existing design and put on a smaller or larger boat, being in the buisness, it doesn't work this way.
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DWOLFgarth55... Our 32 innovator stepped hull is soley desgined by the center of gravity. Thats where you begin.knowing your step placement. Your strakes, reverse chines, transom angles,is all done by a designer along with a cam-cad.As far as steps by the bow angle, they are a sunsation first. Relievers for hard core turning when racing in classes on the course.Our future larger models will have steps but you just can"t take an existing design and put on a smaller or larger boat, being in the buisness, it doesn't work this way.
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Does the Innovator replace the Dominator ?
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CIGARETTE...No not at all. The 32 dominator looks good and runs strong with all the powerplants that mercury offers. We will be on the a.p.b.a tour this spring with the32 dominator,but the door is open for the new innovator F-2!
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The boat really looks nice. I'm not a Sunsation dealer but know any thing Denny is involved in is a class operation
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How do the steps aid in turning?
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MPALLY....As you probably know, in a hard lean into a turn, the bow sticks to the water and suddenly theres when the bow strakes could be over aggressive. Any step bottom ,if done properly ,will have transom lift while in full throttle. So lets say in racing,your coming into a turn and you let up those sticks, this will assist the balancing of mixing air and water to create relief where its needed throughout the hull bottom. Makes sense.
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Okay, gotcha now. Thanks. Are you going to have one at the St. Louis show?
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