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Old 08-05-2003, 01:53 PM
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As stated above... I also love the lines of the scarab... and the cabin of the scarab would entice me... If the scarab had the 500's, it would be a no brainer for me... How much importance do you put on the cabin ammenities?? If not much, go with the baja. How much weight difference is there in the two that they have the same top end???
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Thanks for the replies. East Coast B the Outlaw is heavier, by how much I don't know. The Outlaw has more power, but being heavier is the same speed as the Scarab.
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The engine bay is nicer in the 40, ton of room.
Good point. Since the 40 is set up for trips, I bet it is huge with only twins in it.
 
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Here's what you'd be looking at, minus the 3rd engine.
Same year, race layup, simpson interior...It's a BIG boat.
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Baja Daze that's a cool site. I guess the guy that ownes that boat made the exhaust come out the side, it's pretty wild. Is it a friend of your's?
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Did the factory exhaust for the frony motor merge 2-1 then come out the middle. In the transon pic it looks like a plug in the middle.
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Old 08-05-2003, 03:57 PM
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Yes, the factory rigging had the center exhaust merge 2 into 1 and go out though the transom.
 
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Old 08-05-2003, 03:59 PM
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Baja Daze that's a cool site. I guess the guy that ownes that boat made the exhaust come out the side, it's pretty wild. Is it a friend of your's?
Yes, it is wild. Awesome rig! And Yes he is!
Funny, those motors look just like stock motors.
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Like Adivanman said, stock the center engine exhaust will collect into a y-pipe and exit out the back in the middle(you can see the old tip that is plugged)...
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Nick, is that the one at Thunder Marine? Looks like St Pete Beach in the picture running outside.
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