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Wow, 30 hp on a GF12 8) :lol: From the looks of that video the motor does need to be raised considerably, then it's really going to haul ass :lol: That's what we're hoping, think it's running about 25 right now at full throttle but having the motor as deep as it is, is causing a lot of drag. We did...
Here's a link to several clips that SWMBO put together for me. They were taken with my phone so the quality isn't that good but a guy can see the progression in changes we made to the setup on the motor. The only way we could find a motor that was electric start and remote rigged was to buy a long (...
- Fri Sep 05, 2014 10:40 am
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: Cannonball's FS18
- Replies: 275
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FWIW, like you I got the runaround on the Insurance thing and from DOW on my first boat. The last one I told both the Insurance people and DOW that it is a GF12 kit sold by Boatbuilder Central and assembled in my garage. It is a Jon Boat worth XX $ for the Insurance guys the insurance card says it i...
- Thu Sep 04, 2014 11:33 am
- Forum: Anything else and for sale. . .
- Topic: Anyone Fishing?
- Replies: 4657
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It is a real nice looking Yak and Canoe, he also has two other small boats that are all beautifully built. The ceiling of his garage is covered with small boats hanging on pulleys and ropes..... Will relay the compliment.Cracker Larry wrote:Mr. Prudhomme has a nice looking yak!
- Fri Aug 29, 2014 12:21 pm
- Forum: Questions before purchasing the plans and announcements..
- Topic: GF18? XF20? PH18? Something else?! Help!! :-)
- Replies: 29
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If the boat needed sponsoons, brackets or tabs, I would have included them in the design. A response after my own heart.... :) I'm pretty sure this is a GF18, or it's at least very similar, and the dude selling it added sponsons. I presume then that the rationale for this was to be able to mount th...