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Old 07-07-2003, 06:31 PM
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Another job well done, cabin looks great, I like how the cousions were done differently. The Pirelli floor is also different, Keep up the good work.
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What's the blue stuff on ther transom? I noticed it in one photo but it's absent from others.
Drag reducing aero-tape....
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Too Old, thats a protective coating that peels right off, it prevents scratching while rigging and getting in and out. I also use a simaliar prduct for my homes, around tubs, doorways, counters etc. it saves on repairs.
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Old 07-07-2003, 08:26 PM
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Thanks Jeff and you are correct. We even still have the plastic on the bolsters...

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Old 07-07-2003, 09:58 PM
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Thats a great looking boat. If you dont mind me asking whats in it for power? And whats the msrp on a boat like that? Thanks
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GREAT LOOKING BOAT!
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Awesome looking boat! It looks like you guy's have your act together! I would definitely take a look at AT when our Cigs are sold! BH
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What are you guys seeing for top end with the 525's, we all want to know
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We are doing some prop testing tomorrow, we will be trying some labbed 32 to see how they do. I will update you tomorrow..

This boat is also powered with 525 mercs. Man do those motors sound bad to the bone....
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