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Old 15-06-2010, 03:50 AM
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Shauno is your boat a 485 Max Frenzy???.......

If you dont mind me asking mate how much did the whole lot set you back??? It's exactly the boat I'm getting - either that or a 515 Max Frenzy with a 115 E-TEC.

Thanks Mate.
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Old 15-06-2010, 08:14 AM
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Just spoke with Tim and whilst I thought I had bought a 470, he tells me any boat built in Victoria are actually 485, funnily enough when I checked the compliance/boat builder plate 485. Apparently just a name change to get past the vicco lifejacket laws... Standard track rail bottom..

from the factory
minus from bow rails-to clean the look of the boat
minus seat socket from the front deck to clean the deck a little
add 100l Tournamnet live well
replace frenzy console with sports side console from ETT.
remove rear portside seat socket, allowing for placement of esky.
full port side side pocket
short starboard side pocket
Anchor well, bowsprite and welded bollard.
add electric motor mount
no stickers for the wrap that is in its design stage.
up the HP rating to 90 instead of 75hp
Dunbier rollmatic trailer

What I have installed
minnkota riptide 55lb electric
twin deep cycle 120 amp batteries in boxs
marine hybrid start battery in box
triple Isolater switch with VSR
fuel water sperator
epirb
fire estinquisher
flush mounted Fusion marine stereo with 4 speakers
flush mounted uniden 27meg marine radio with folding antenna
humminbird 798si combo
2 standard Etec guages plus 2 extra guages and hour meter.
Rapala rod holders on the front of the console
stainless grab rail for passenger
twin tackle lockers holding two plano boxes of lures in each
minn kota 20amp onboard charging system
Flush mount stainless steel nav lights
flush mounted pop up cleats
Narva 55w flood lights mounted under the bow sprit (darwin style)
two backlight switch panels (one including a power socket to run a lightforce handheld spotty and my engal onaboard 8L warmer and cooler.
4 rail mount rod holders
removeable bait board and rod holders to mount it
full under gunwhale LED lights in the boat, plus the livewell and on the transom for night time squiding and party time...
Anchor and chain
berkley live well net mounted under the livewell lid.
various clips to mount lip grips, gaffs, lure retriever pole and landing net.

I think I've got it all...

Dont ask a marine dealer to do all of that for you, it took two of us 50 hours plus to do.... took us nearly 3 weeks all up working on it when we could after work and on weekends...

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Old 18-06-2010, 08:14 AM
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an idea of some of the LED lights...

The transom ones are wild they illuminate a fair area out the back of the boat attracting bait and squid...

I'll try and get some pics of that....
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Old 20-06-2010, 07:52 AM
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poor photo, but the transom LED's
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Old 20-06-2010, 08:04 AM
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that's so sick
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Old 25-06-2010, 11:00 PM
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That is sick, I'm definetly getting some LED's under transom........
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Old 14-07-2010, 09:18 AM
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some more average pics of the boat,

the custim bait board, rod holders...
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Old 14-07-2010, 09:20 AM
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Pacific Marine here in adelaide are using the boat at the SA boat show this weekend...

I got a spot right next to the super tank full of barra (it can be seen in the background shots)....
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Old 14-07-2010, 09:20 AM
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Why the e-tec?? Right price im gathering
Sorry mate nice boat by the way...
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Old 14-07-2010, 09:38 AM
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Hp per Kg in weight is superior to anything on the market...

Maintenance free for 3 years

Sounds wild at full noise...

When I test drove a Yamaha 4 stroke it was just too laggy...

The E-tec has been wild... no complaints at all... so far i've clocked 30 hassel free hours all on one tank of oil....

Sweet as...

whats your preference BB?
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Old 14-07-2010, 10:29 AM
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Dunno looking at a 5m Quinny with the 90hp Yam four stroke, so when the warranty runs out, out come the restrictors..
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Old 14-07-2010, 11:11 AM
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that is sick shauno! the led lights are pimp!
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Old 14-07-2010, 06:50 PM
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Wow that looks Sick!!! signage looks great, I notice they recently sold a 5.6mtr Frenzy from pacific marine with similar sinage on it, brighter colours though. Read the fine print on the e-tec when in saltwater you have to service it every 12 months - ripper engine though. I'll be posting up pictures of my one shortly!!

I'd love to see the completed job....
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Old 16-07-2010, 08:57 AM
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KINGY WROTE:
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Read the fine print on the e-tec when in saltwater you have to service it every 12 months - ripper engine though
completely wrong....

as it shows in the maintenance schedule you simply need to lubricate a few key areas...
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Old 16-07-2010, 06:59 PM
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I have been told by heaps of people you when using the E-TEC in saltwater it needs to be serviced annually freshwater use it can be done every three years. I just sold my mako with a 60 E-TEC I bought new and I never serviced it for two years and it went fine. Oh..... except the f$@&*g gearbox s&%t itself with 1 hour on the motor (the first time I took it for a run!!). I blame that more on the selling dealer than the manufacturer themselves...... It was a great engine though - I gunna try the Optimax this time for a change the general consensis seems to be that they are a really good motor as well.
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