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Old 08-15-2004, 10:37 AM
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38 KV thanks for the info, I always wondered what it would have take to get my last 36 to the century mark. Mine ran 85 with the 775 NA 600 ci, that's one sweet example of bobby and eric's work.Rodger you the next guy to be getting a concept for florida? I will call if I pass thru the area.Steve
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Old 08-15-2004, 11:03 AM
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38 KV thanks for the info, I always wondered what it would have take to get my last 36 to the century mark. Mine ran 85 with the 775 NA 600 ci, that's one sweet example of bobby and eric's work.Rodger you the next guy to be getting a concept for florida? I will call if I pass thru the area.Steve
Steve,,, I already have a 36Apache Hull,,,,, its just those wannbees that thought they should get one!!!!! They do ride great !! We went with Wicked One ,and Capt O last week to the Bay and its just more fun when you dont have to worry about all the (Big Stuff) Like fuel,,, engines and outdrive rebuilds, and one just gets back to the basics of boating.... Have a good one,,, See Ya.

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Old 08-15-2004, 07:59 PM
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Bravo's don't scare me that much. I really just cruise anyway. I think it will all depend on $$ what boat I get. If I find one with everything I want that has bravos than I'll get it. If it has SSM than I'll get that one.

But I would rather blow 1 or 2 bravo's than run over a piece of driftwood and ruin $1500+ SSM props. There is tons of drift wood, 55 gallan drums and pilings floating in NYC harbor. The parts for bravos are easy to get and realatively cheap.
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