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Old 09-07-2016, 07:00 PM
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Took some pics of Matt Rice's new 368 build while I was back at the factory yesterday. From what Pete told me, Grant plans on making this boat very fast for how big it is.....
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Old 09-07-2016, 07:02 PM
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A few more pics.........
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Old 09-07-2016, 07:39 PM
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That think looks sick. Did they say what the target weight is?
Thanks for taking the time to share this also.
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Originally Posted by Skater30 View Post
Took some pics of Matt Rice's new 368 build while I was back at the factory yesterday. From what Pete told me, Grant plans on making this boat very fast for how big it is.....
Dale great reconnaissance work! That thing looks huge and impressive. By the timing it looks like it could be ready for Miami boat show just in time for Mercury's latest Verado........
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Dale great reconnaissance work! That thing looks huge and impressive. By the timing it looks like it could be ready for Miami boat show just in time for Mercury's latest Verado........
You may be right Sam Miami 2018!!!!!
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You may be right Sam Miami 2018!!!!!
Never fails I buy something and the newer bigger better comes out right after. I had to buy a new iPhone 6s last week after mine went diving at LOTO. iPhone 7's come out the 16th. I fully expect Mother Mercury will treat me the same!
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Never fails I buy something and the newer bigger better comes out right after. I had to buy a new iPhone 6s last week after mine went diving at LOTO. iPhone 7's come out the 16th. I fully expect Mother Mercury will treat me the same!
Don't feel bad about the iPhone. Mine broke about a month ago and had to get a 6s. Don't worry the 7 will be lame, the 10 year anniversary aka the I8 will be trick is what I hear
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Wow that thing is cut down and looking sharp, anyone know and willing to say what they are hoping to get out of it?
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Wow that thing is cut down and looking sharp, anyone know and willing to say what they are hoping to get out of it?
I think it will come down to what it weighs in the end. If they can keep it around the target weight of 5000lbs then should run high teens at least IMO.
With the size of the notch and 15" motors maybe a little more with higher x and less wind resistance from the motors.
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I had heard in the past that the 36 was actually a little faster than a 32 with the same power. It will be interesting to see where this ends up.
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