Definitely. She has some really nice lines.
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- Sun Aug 09, 2020 12:52 pm
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: ST21 'Skinnydip' build, and boating adventures, Noosa, Australia
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Thanks Dr Pete. Any access to help is always sincerely appreciated. I went back through your thread and found your tank instal pics. Fuel fill looks like it fit well under the deck right over the tank and the vent running out the side. If I end up going under the fore deck I'll do it that way. Unfor...
Mr Paul. The positioning of my frames was driven by two determinates that had no relationship to “the plan”. Rear frame is as far forward as the greatest height of the tunnel. The two frames in the fore area are at 4 and 8 feet just to make joints of plywood deck. Nearly two full sheets crosswise a...
She came out really nice Dr Pete. I hope the new prop gets you to the speed you want. Hope you don't mind if I pic your brain for a second. It looks like you moved your frames a bit back for the start of the rear deck and a bit forward for the start of the forward deck. Is that the case? I'm current...
90 hp 2 stroke. Rpm topped at 4400. Seems a little light like the prop got too much dig? Sure open to some advice here. Thanks Sorry Dr Pete. Unfortunately I don't have any advice. In need advice. I'm building the same layout right now and I'm trying to figure out what my motor options are. There w...
- Thu Jul 02, 2020 12:17 am
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: Fixed.......... Found water under the cockpit deck
- Replies: 48
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Not gonna fall for the banana in the tailpipe again.