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    Quote Originally Posted by aggiestckl View Post
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    Good luck Ward and be safe.. running a CNC?
    The STV didn't work out with the 300R?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPEROG View Post
    It will take some seat time to figure out safe engine heights but this thing should run low 130s with a 1.60 gear. Stay tuned as we monitor things over the next couple of weeks. There is some re-rigging taking place before it gets wet again.

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    I'd like to know more about that rubber flap in back, and the little extender blades on the sides - What's the purpose of them? what did the boat run like without them? More details on how it's attached?? Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by home made tunnel View Post
    I'd like to know more about that rubber flap in back, and the little extender blades on the sides - What's the purpose of them? what did the boat run like without them? More details on how it's attached?? Thank you!
    Rubber flap is to pack the tunnel help accelerate. The tunnel on those boats is really big for how small the boat is. There really cool boats
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    The STV didn't work out with the 300R?
    He wanted something that will handle bigger chop then what the STV did so this will be his new hot rod and I think he will end up with a new LCB for a daily play boat (I hope he puts a 450 on the LCB).

    Joe

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    Waiting for the vid! (X2 on the prop wall!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by home made tunnel View Post
    I'd like to know more about that rubber flap in back, and the little extender blades on the sides - What's the purpose of them? what did the boat run like without them? More details on how it's attached?? Thank you!
    It helps it hold air like Ryan said. There isn't a lot of compression on these hulls "they are made to run at speed". The add ons are thru bolted.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPEROG View Post
    He wanted something that will handle bigger chop then what the STV did so this will be his new hot rod and I think he will end up with a new LCB for a daily play boat (I hope he puts a 450 on the LCB).

    Joe
    So is that the 300r

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merc 2.5 View Post
    So is that the 300r
    Yes

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    What’s the plan to deal with the bass mid? Bungee cords? I wanted to get a 300r but was afraid of the bass mid

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    If it trails out, he will have a problem. I wouldn't run a bass mid on anything fast but its not my deal, I am just giving him some guidance based on mistakes that I have made and or witnessed in the past If you have to chop the throttle and drag a 15" 4 blade prop on a non ratcheting case, it has a ton of negative load being applied and they do trail out. Bungees won't prevent it but they do keep preload on the clamp so that things aren't able to prematurely wear as easily with slop and play.

    Joe

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    That bass mid over 100 on that deep and wide tunnel is deadly if it hits a stitch of sloppy water

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    Thoes hulls are cool, they are built in Sweden right?

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    Bungee cord maxed.
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    What's the status on your LCB Joe?? A 450 on one of ours would be awesome! Twin 300Rs would be cheaper and more stable though I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPEROG View Post
    If it trails out, he will have a problem. I wouldn't run a bass mid on anything fast but its not my deal, I am just giving him some guidance based on mistakes that I have made and or witnessed in the past If you have to chop the throttle and drag a 15" 4 blade prop on a non ratcheting case, it has a ton of negative load being applied and they do trail out. Bungees won't prevent it but they do keep preload on the clamp so that things aren't able to prematurely wear as easily with slop and play.

    Joe
    Joe whats it mean when a boat "trails out?" Google didnt help me. Thanks!

    Chris

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