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Old 10 March 2016, 08:00   #11
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Looks great. Any idea of top speed?
Yes the speed will draw nigh to + 90 knotts with two 350 hp and 68-70 with a motor 350 !
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so I think it's the same company whackywoody
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The yellow rib is a pascoe sr9.

I can't quite work out what the front rails are doing? Look similar to my old regal hard boat which had things they called disrupters. A small step in flat surface forward. Any more detailed pictures of front rails? iPhone friendly

How wide is keel pad? I am planning on modifying my stepped hull with some bigger spray rails or a small pad aft for side to side stability.

Ps are you manos who used to post here some time ago?
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The hull is 8.34 and FRONT steps are exactly disrupting flow of oscillating air entering the back steps
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I'm John and I am the manufacturer of this vessel. I do not know anyone manos ! memmos yes not manos !
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So are the airflow disrupters the black ones in the picture? Another question, noted that the spray rails end's(at the transom) are rounded, what is the benefit/science behind that compared to traditional design? Typically they ends at close to 90 degrees, but seen on a few racing /sport boat rounded ones also before.
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So are the airflow disrupters the black ones in the picture? Another question, noted that the spray rails end's(at the transom) are rounded, what is the benefit/science behind that compared to traditional design? Typically they ends at close to 90 degrees, but seen on a few racing /sport boat rounded ones also before.
I thought they looked reverse scallop, like a ballistic. Strength in curves, and less surface resistance is what I saw.

Memmos, I watched your youtube video before.. Love to see it running,
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It will certainly be a good time for me because I have many '' special '' that do not accept the other view. But no matter because it is a tool for becoming better !
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So are the airflow disrupters the black ones in the picture? Another question, noted that the spray rails end's(at the transom) are rounded, what is the benefit/science behind that compared to traditional design? Typically they ends at close to 90 degrees, but seen on a few racing /sport boat rounded ones also before.
so as aerodynamic and hydrodynamic curved edges reduces drag coefficient resulting in faster runoff of the data
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so as aerodynamic and hydrodynamic curved edges reduces drag coefficient resulting in faster runoff of the data
OK thanks. Any videos of driving/testing this hull already?
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