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    Coosa plugs cut out, plug holes cut out in floor, Coosa plugs have t nuts glassed to the bottom, squished into bedding compound and glassed over for a secure strong mounting point for the seat, tank etc.
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    Rigging holes and wire channels made for the top.cap.

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    Battery mount glassed in, foot board, foot throttle base and shifter mount all glassed as well as the rigging holes on the cap.
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    Engine test fit, height measurements for pad to bullet relationship.
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    Second float test, with engine and simulated weight.
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    Boat stripped back down, flipped and working on blueprinting the bottom, fairing the transom is next.
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    Made a good amount of progress this week, blueprinting is done, just needs one last sand job to level the last bit of filler on the bottom and finish a few corners. All the strakes are sharp and level. Transom just needs one quick swipe of filler for a few low spots and to be sanded after. Then to work on the top and primer her then glass the top to bottom!


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    You're doing a great job. Keep the pictures coming.

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    Off site photo hosting is such a pain. Thank you for taking the time to make a new build thread here! I'm hoping Greg will move my thread to this sub once it's finished. The build up sub wasn't around when I started mine.

    You're making great progress!

    What did you use for filler blueprinting the bottom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnelsmn View Post
    Off site photo hosting is such a pain. Thank you for taking the time to make a new build thread here! I'm hoping Greg will move my thread to this sub once it's finished. The build up sub wasn't around when I started mine.

    You're making great progress!

    What did you use for filler blueprinting the bottom?

    Yeah I know it was a total waste of time I try to edit all my posts on the other thread but it was starting to become a real hassle and was much easier to just start a new one less pages and just go from there. as far as the filler is concerned I used adtech 17 with milled fibers for the really deep stuff that needed to be filled, then just straight 17 for medium sized areas. For the real small stuff that didn't need a whole lot of filler I used adtech p77. I will continue updating this thread as I near the completion of the boat, the bottom half of the boat is almost complete - primer and paint I will start working on the top cap shortly hoping to finish up and have it in the water by Christmas that is the goal at least I have a lot more time to work on it now than I did in the previous months due to selli g my old house, moving, having a new house built new, moving again and a newborn baby etc.
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    I did do a little work on the cap today, flipped it over put it on saw horses, I cut out the glass over the rigging holes sanded them up nice on the inside. Getting ready to sand the whole cap and sharpen up some of the rounded corners a little nothing crazy dont want it chipping but I was a fresh look for the cap.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnelsmn View Post
    Off site photo hosting is such a pain. Thank you for taking the time to make a new build thread here! I'm hoping Greg will move my thread to this sub once it's finished. The build up sub wasn't around when I started mine.

    You're making great progress!

    What did you use for filler blueprinting the bottom?
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    Every time I see that damn adtech 77 I get a little angry. I have blisters in the finish on my V-King every place I used it. Now i'm facing an adtech 77 removal/repaint job of an otherwise perfect paint job on my deck. Never used it before that, never since. I really hope yours is not a problem. Grrrrrrr....

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    Quote Originally Posted by XstreamVking View Post
    Every time I see that damn adtech 77 I get a little angry. I have blisters in the finish on my V-King every place I used it. Now i'm facing an adtech 77 removal/repaint job of an otherwise perfect paint job on my deck. Never used it before that, never since. I really hope yours is not a problem. Grrrrrrr....
    Oh man wish I would have known that beforehand. I haven't used much of it someone recommended it and its easier to sand that's the only reason I got it. Makes me not want to use it, maybee you got a bad batch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XstreamVking View Post
    Every time I see that damn adtech 77 I get a little angry. I have blisters in the finish on my V-King every place I used it. Now i'm facing an adtech 77 removal/repaint job of an otherwise perfect paint job on my deck. Never used it before that, never since. I really hope yours is not a problem. Grrrrrrr....
    Oh man wish I would have known that beforehand. I haven't used much of it someone recommended it and its easier to sand that's the only reason I got it. Makes me not want to use it, maybee you got a bad batch? Is there anything I could possibly do before I paint the boat to maybe prevent that? Maybe wash the boat with soapy water before and acetone bath?

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