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Old 01-04-2005, 11:16 AM
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ELIMINATOR USES GEL COAT NOT PAINT!

AND THAT BOAT 36 SHOULD RUN WELL OVER 175 MAYBE 185MPH. IM SURE THERE WILL BE IN HOT BOAT OR POKER RUNS AMERICA WITH BETTER STATS.

i don't see it with that bottom design, but i guess we will see...
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Old 01-04-2005, 11:17 AM
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i haven't seen big numbers like that in an eliminator yet, i will wait and see.... i think 175 might be asking a bit much...
I'll say 165-170...
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Old 01-04-2005, 11:24 AM
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What did they charge for this boat?
It is very nice by the way but that is a very time consuming and expensive process.
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Old 01-04-2005, 11:52 AM
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I THOUGHT I HERD $580,000 FOR THE 36. WHAT A STEAL
580K is high for a 36 daytona... but who knows, this ones pretty pimped out.
 
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Old 01-04-2005, 12:01 PM
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i don't see it with that bottom design, but i guess we will see...
sean, if you're talking about this boat having a center pod, it doesn't even touch the water when your haulin ass... it's only there to give you better low speed handling.

i've noticed on my buddy's skater (obviously w/out a center pod) it's a little squirrely sometimes at low speeds until you really get movin... then it's like it's on rails.

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Old 01-04-2005, 12:05 PM
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sean, if you're talking about this boat having a center pod, it doesn't even touch the water when your haulin ass... it's only there to give you better low speed handling.

i've noticed on my buddy's skater (obviously w/out a center pod) it's a little squirrely sometimes at low speeds until you really get movin... then it's like it's on rails.
the centerpod also affects air compression and the routing of the air under the boat, not just low speed handling... i am just wondering how that pod will direct air at above 150 and its effect on the handling of the boat... like you said, the skater gets on rails once your moving and my boat does the same thing once it gets set... i am not doubting the 1500HP, just how that hull handles the speed and the air and that speed... should be interesting either way...
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Old 01-04-2005, 12:18 PM
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the centerpod also affects air compression and the routing of the air under the boat, not just low speed handling... i am just wondering how that pod will direct air at above 150 and its effect on the handling of the boat... like you said, the skater gets on rails once your moving and my boat does the same thing once it gets set... i am not doubting the 1500HP, just how that hull handles the speed and the air and that speed... should be interesting either way...
there are a few 30 daytonas that i know of that do over 150 no problem... and a single engine 25 daytona that does 145 or something crazy like that... it will be interesting to see what that 36 does, but i bet it will handle it.
 
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Old 01-04-2005, 12:26 PM
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there are a few 30 daytonas that i know of that do over 150 no problem... and a single engine 25 daytona that does 145 or something crazy like that... it will be interesting to see what that 36 does, but i bet it will handle it.

i have always wonder how those boats feel at those speeds compared to a true tunnel w/ no pod.... it will be interesting to see what number it runs....
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Old 01-04-2005, 01:44 PM
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ELIMINATOR BUILT A 33 WITH MERC 900s AND #6 DRIVES AND THAT BOAT RAN 145MPH OUT OF THE BOX(1 ST RUN) THE 36 IS LOT MORE STABLE, IVE BEEN IN BOB LAST POKER RUN BOAT AT 138 WITH 900s AND MY 9 YEAR OLD COULD DRIVE IT. THE LATEST 36 WILL BE EXCITING TO SEE THE FINAL TOP SPEED.
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the centerpod also affects air compression and the routing of the air under the boat, not just low speed handling... i am just wondering how that pod will direct air at above 150 and its effect on the handling of the boat... like you said, the skater gets on rails once your moving and my boat does the same thing once it gets set... i am not doubting the 1500HP, just how that hull handles the speed and the air and that speed... should be interesting either way...
sean, what kind of boat do you have??
 
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