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  1. #166
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    Quote Originally Posted by csorensen View Post
    My 22 I/O
    Nice job Colby, how does it run with that big old blower motor?
    Wriggleys gum makes me think of boating, "Double your engines, Double your fun"

  2. #167
    Hello Steve, So far very happy with the way it runs. Running a small prop (Bravo 26) on it right now and fully loaded with 4 adults and full of fuel I am right at 103. Not sure what it will do with a 30 but sure like the acceleration of the 26.

  3. #168
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    My brother is running a blower mtr. in an Eliminator that pulls a 32" prop, we like the 30" better for the same reason, nice top end and great acceleration. You might like a 28 Bravo with a little cup added to tighten it up on the top end. I didn't realize the 22 I.O. was a completely diff hull and deck until you started this project. Again, Nice Job.
    Wriggleys gum makes me think of boating, "Double your engines, Double your fun"

  4. #169
    I purchased hull #11 (22') yesterday... Very Happy to say the least, been looking for a nice one for 7 years

  5. #170
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    Jul 2009
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    Treasure Island, FL
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    What year is #125?
    Dave
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  6. #171
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    Recent photo of my 22.



    Sorry if image is too big don't know how to resize.
    Dave
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  7. #172
    1990. I like the colors of yours... Hows the X push it?

  8. #173
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clockwork Orange View Post
    1990. I like the colors of yours... Hows the X push it?
    101 with stock pro max, not x. He is a good friend of mine. The 22's are awesome. I think I know which one you you bought.
    Cawley
    Cawley

  9. #174
    Quote Originally Posted by Clockwork Orange View Post
    I purchased hull #125 (22') yesterday... not posting photos of it though.
    don't hold out on us!
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    The Rebuild

  10. #175
    Quote Originally Posted by NICE PAIR View Post
    My brother is running a blower mtr. in an Eliminator that pulls a 32" prop, we like the 30" better for the same reason, nice top end and great acceleration. You might like a 28 Bravo with a little cup added to tighten it up on the top end. I didn't realize the 22 I.O. was a completely diff hull and deck until you started this project. Again, Nice Job.
    Steve, I do have a 28 and a 30 I could run but still not enough seat time - have not really aired the boat out yet. I think it has more in it but hard to tell where to trim it out to. A lot different feeling than trimming out an outboard which is what I am used to. It would be nice to add a trim indicator but figure I will find the sweet spot sooner or later.

  11. #176
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    Quote Originally Posted by csorensen View Post
    Steve, I do have a 28 and a 30 I could run but still not enough seat time - have not really aired the boat out yet. I think it has more in it but hard to tell where to trim it out to. A lot different feeling than trimming out an outboard which is what I am used to. It would be nice to add a trim indicator but figure I will find the sweet spot sooner or later.
    10-4 Corby, remember, shiny side up.
    Wriggleys gum makes me think of boating, "Double your engines, Double your fun"

  12. #177
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    Quote Originally Posted by NICE PAIR View Post
    10-4 Corby, remember, shiny side up.
    I've heard that one before...............

  13. #178
    Its not the yellow one. I would have liked to have found the one that was their brochure boat. It was a ALL black 22 with the
    mercury racing colors... Anyone know where that one is?

  14. #179
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    there was a black 22 up in canada a few years back w/the merc racing colors.
    current rides-18' aluminum semi v with a 30 hp Mariner- waterfoul machine
    Jamis Zenith Elite road bike-one old man power
    2007 KTM 85 SX-the boys
    2008 Yamadog TTR 110 with lots of Gyttr parts-the daughters
    past rides- four stv's, one 21 liberator, one mirage and a glasstron and a few pontoon boats
    past power-2.5's, 200, 260,280, drag. 3.0 L-225, 300x
    2007 KTM 250 xcf-mine-gone

  15. #180
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clockwork Orange View Post
    Its not the yellow one. I would have liked to have found the one that was their brochure boat. It was a ALL black 22 with the
    mercury racing colors... Anyone know where that one is?
    Gary only built two of the 22s with the merc racing colors. One was black which was the brochure/magazine boat and the other was mine which is the white hull.
    Dave
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