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Old 01 December 2005, 10:59   #1
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Who built this?

For all you rib nobbers out there, who built this then?

Hint: They do alot of commercial/military boats, been in business for 25+ years!
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Old 01 December 2005, 11:03   #2
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Dunno but its a beast!
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Ring powercraft

Here it is with 4 yammies, i filmed it yesterday.

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Dunno but I wish it was mine
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That starboard engine looks well wobbly!
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That starboard engine looks well wobbly!
You mean the portside engine, its right, the bar between the engines was in the bottom so we have to replace that bar, this was only for a testdrive and boat hadnt been into the water before yesterday.
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When looking again i can se that the starboard looks little wobbly also but the other one was worce, the bars is replaced today.
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You mean the portside engine, its right.
The one on the left as you look astern.
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Yes, but the one to the right was the biggest problem during the test, but now all of them are ok.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I can't see that four large outboards mounted so closely together can be anything like efficient. Surely the props end up swirling around in each others wash rather than chomping through clean water.
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