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Old 26 November 2005, 18:48   #31
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Nice looking bit of kit you have there - like the look of that console.
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Old 27 November 2005, 03:49   #32
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Have you got under deck trunking going to both rear lockers, you might need them for all ther services.

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Old 27 November 2005, 04:03   #33
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Looks familiar.
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Old 27 November 2005, 04:46   #34
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Interesting project you have there. Have the interchangable seats fully sealed bottoms so your gear won't get wet?

I like the double console you've got. Looks like plenty of room for all your electronic gizmo's.
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Old 27 November 2005, 10:00   #35
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yep trunking under deck to both sides, built in fibreglass tank, and the interchangable seats are all sealed bottom to keep all dry and "bolt" down rather than screw down as had multiple bolt down points done
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Old 27 November 2005, 10:16   #36
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here are some pics

the inside of the console with the top of the fuel tank visible with vent, filler, and two take off points, also shows conduit pipes going under floor for wiring

also fron bow locker

inside front seat forward of console

transome with trunks and knees
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under deck trunking and base of seat pods all nicely sealed, no screws so far!!!! looking to bolt everywhere it matters with A4/A2 stainless
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In the pockets either side of the transom (with the intergrated Knees) will you have storage lockers?

Look as though there's plenty of support for a massive engine installation, have you decided on a model yet?
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Old 27 November 2005, 13:06   #39
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yep going for the new 500hp promax turbo Max


just kidding, still contemplating either an Opti 200, Etec 200 or the new suz 175HP fourstroke big block

price will be a major factor in the decision so just not really sure which to go for. Typically only the ospreys that go to the continent have the extra knees in but i asked mike to put them on for me as well as you never know i might do something stupid haha

for the boxes at the rear on each side of the transom i will put access hatchs but not sure quite how much room there will be to be honest plus the tubes are there and dont want any damage so probably wont put anything in them!!

spent a few hours setting the trailer up for the boat better as it was all a bit of a rush at mikes, so it sits better but the trailer will need final adjustment when the engine goes on as the c of G will move again
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Looking good Hugh, bet you can't wait to get out on the water!
Im not sure what your thoughts were on second hand engines but just spotted this on ebay:

Nearly new Yammie 200HP HPDI


Probably too powerful but this E-tec is in my local evinrude dealers, bit expensive and in IMHO the wrong colour E-TEC!
E-tec 250HP

Best of luck with it

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EDIT: Just re-read the Yamaha auction, worrying lack of feedback and possibly library photos, check it exists before parting with any cash!
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