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    28 Speedster with verados build underway

    My 28 Speedster build is now started at Eliminator. It is using carbon/kevlar, penske board, foam and balsa. This is Eliminator's first full resin infused build. Using a new urethane resin from Scott Bader in the UK, it could be several hundred lbs lighter.

    This new resin, Crestabol 1253, is designed for carbon fibre builds and is reported to be stronger than epoxy.

    The boat is red with pearl white and carbon fibre inlays on the deck and sides. It will have 2017 400 verados in black now with a 3 yr warranty.

    The built is being tracked on River Daves as well as eliminator's facebook. Should be ready in March.
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    Very interesting and look forward to the build.
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    Congratulations, you will love working with Bob, Fear, Kevin and the whole team. Best buying experience I have had.

    I love my boat.
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    One of the main reasons that I chose them was the ability to interact with and infuence the people doing the work.

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    Should be a great lake/river boat - keep posting pics as the build progresses! Amazing that Eliminator can send a boat down the road after just 3 months time - start to finish!

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    Congratulations !!! extreamly interesting technology, thanks for sharing the info. when I was at sea ray we pushed out 11 39' and 46' boats a week. definatly keep the thread going, 400 R's ,,, wow ! Fun Out
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    conmax,

    your resin infused hull is coming along nicely!






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    I want to watch this

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    Do you have a general layup list? Just curious as to what they put in the boats....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Cammidge View Post
    I want to watch this

    Me to but most manufacturer's like to keep the process private. I don`t know why. Infusing is no secret any more.

    DB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Bull View Post
    Me to but most manufacturer's like to keep the process private. I don`t know why. Infusing is no secret any more.

    DB
    Bobby, funny, I was just thinking about a thread I did yrs back where we infused one of the 28' vee bottom fish boats we were building.

    Cool stuff.
    I'd rather be competitive w/junk I built in my garage than win w/stuff I bought.


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    Here are additional pics of the deck being prepped for resin infusion


    Photo Credit: River Daves PL













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    So what's the difference between vacuum bagged and resin infused?

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    one pulls resin, the other extracts it.

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