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Old 28-03-2016, 09:06 AM
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Nice boat mate, very similar to the galeforce I own, just a bit longer. They handle the bay and offshore work so well but still get up the rivers and such just fine. One thing I plan to look at and might be worth a thought is trim tabs.
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Old 29-03-2016, 11:37 PM
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Nice boat mate, very similar to the galeforce I own, just a bit longer. They handle the bay and offshore work so well but still get up the rivers and such just fine. One thing I plan to look at and might be worth a thought is trim tabs.
Thanks Brad!

Yeah we're thinking some tabs might be needed down the track as well!
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Old 29-03-2016, 11:43 PM
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Handy when your fishing 2 up for sure. One person on the side of the console while your driving is ok but some like the boat to be level when on the plane.
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Looks nice mate.. What sort of speeds do you get out of it?? How does it sit in the water with that much wait on the back?
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Looks nice mate.. What sort of speeds do you get out of it?? How does it sit in the water with that much wait on the back?
Hi mate, early speed indications are mid 70km/hr speeds but engine is still breaking in so expecting high 70s low 80s with right prop combo.

No issues with the weight down the back but we'll play around with the setup a bit. There is a bit of prop torque that's giving the boat a bit of a lean at certain speeds so will see what we can do about that.

Currently in Japan so I'm hanging to get back and put a few more hours on it.
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So after having it for a while now is there anything you dislike or would change on the boat?
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Old 25-09-2016, 03:03 AM
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So after having it for a while now is there anything you dislike or would change on the boat?
Not enough time on the water
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