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Old 24 September 2005, 13:58   #1
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Looking good

finally she starts to take shape,
delivery of my engine will finish her off quite nicely now....,
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Old 24 September 2005, 14:01   #2
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not living to close to water it was fun changing over trailers

but i know which one i would rather put my boat on....
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Old 24 September 2005, 14:05   #3
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i know which one i would rather put my boat on....
Ahhh, an SBS! Good choice
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boat looks good, is it an osprey? which model? and i bet you cant wait for the engine and to get her out on the water.....cool
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High tides you have around there.....
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Old 25 September 2005, 04:16   #6
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boat looks good, is it an osprey? which model? and i bet you cant wait for the engine and to get her out on the water.....cool
yes Chris last osprey to come out of boat and ski world,
6.5m vipermax, take delivery of engine this week as its on show @ southampton @ present, nice cheap show model
really anxious to get it in water must admit, bloody orderd it 6 mths ago
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What a great looking boat, stunning! .
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It's identical to mine Chris, other than mine has a big silvery/black thingy on the back. Apparently you'll need one too Nuge, it makes them go a bit better. Oh, and don't forget the steering wheel. They help.
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High tides you have around there.....
just outside the picture is a nice steep grass hill, they just bombed down it to see what she would do and how it handles.
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It's identical to mine Chris, other than mine has a big silvery/black thingy on the back. Apparently you'll need one too Nuge, it makes them go a bit better. Oh, and don't forget the steering wheel. They help.
is yours 6.5 to? if so how do you find it with the 150 on?
i was ment to have 175 originally but there aint none about, and then it was a 200opti due to price and avilability it was 150opti been told the topo end will not be all that differnt but the thrust would of been better of course,
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