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    Quote Originally Posted by Euroski View Post
    Their site no longer has pictures of any. Know anyone else who sells them?
    Larry,I went on their site right after I post this ,and it looked the same to me. they have flat ones and ones with a slight curved lip,run about $150.00
    why ask me ?


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    Finney's .com Lake Havasu
    why ask me ?


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    Cougar 2003 22MTR Rebirth

    Larry
    The best I saw with the and my 300X was 92 mph on the GPS speedo at about 6,400rpms with my worked Mazco RE4 30". That was with all the stereo gear in the boat which 200+lbs with a light load of fuel and a little ripple on the water. The prop was worked to add a little stern lift as well as bow lift. I had 20+ lbs pounds of water pressure so I wasn't running very high. I think there still more there with a experimenting but never got around to it. I mounted the motor in the bottom holes on the jackplate, so I could get more height than I needed. It was a very easy boat to dive even at 85+mph. I am sure with so playing you should be able to better my top speed. I give you a call this evening. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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    Nice looking rig!

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    With the Mercury ProET 28 I was able to raise the engine to abot 1.5 inch above the pad worked the best. Smartcraft showed 6250rpm and.....



    94mph

    Don't think there's more there with that prop and that was with over 25gal of fuel! Happy is an understatement on how this boat drives and handles. Will get some video soon
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    2003 Cougar 22MTR w/300xs x 3
    90 21Skater w/300xs - sold
    98 STV Euroski w/280 - sold


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    That 22' MTR is one sharp boat and as a former Cougar owner, it comes as no surprise that it handles well. Perhaps I'll see it on the water this summer!
    Ed
    1990 21' Superboat, 2004 300X Promax, Sold
    1997 28' Nordic Heat, 502 Mag MPI Bravo (Undergoing re-rig)
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    I guess you won't need to try my 24 Trophy Plus. I am glad it is running so good and so easy.

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    nice ride!
    22ft Tritoon 225 4 stroke, two seadoo sparks

    Past rides 2001 STV EURO, Allison Grandsport, STV RiverRocket, STV Euro, STV ProComp, Hydrostream V-King
    RIP RPM RACING
    RIP GTS1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssv1761982 View Post
    I guess you won't need to try my 24 Trophy Plus. I am glad it is running so good and so easy.

    With all the turns at Raystown I needed something that could turn better. If the props around would like to try it then.
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    2003 Cougar 22MTR w/300xs x 3
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    Short video from AM today...

    http://www.stvowners.com

    2003 Cougar 22MTR w/300xs x 3
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    Really nice looking Cougar you got into! That was the only other boat I was considering at the time I purchased my Trick. I've heard really good things about them. I had a 22 Talon, and wouldn't go that route again. I'm really enjoying my trick, but if I ever get tired of having to constantly be on my game to drive it, I would definetly look into one of these Cougars as a much more docile boat to drive. I'd love to hear your feedback on the pros/cons of the two boats (Skater 21 vs Cougar 22). I could definetly give a rundown of the differences of the Trick 21 vs the Talon 22.

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    Guys those comparisons (Skater 21 vs Cougar 22) & (Trick 21 vs the Talon 22) would be very interesting to see!!

    THX!!

    2001 Velocity 220 - 300
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