Maple Marine in Langley BC assembled it, hull was welded in Oregon (River Hawk). It's proving an excellent little work boat, after I came to terms with moderate (less than a couple hundred hp) jets just not providing impressive top speeds.
I think once I get the engine height and trim tweaked, they're running too low and too much positive trim, it should do 35mph or better. Slow in the quick boat world but functional, I cruise it as 27 knots and what makes me think the speed hangup is the jets is no matter what's in it, it always goes within a knot or two of that. One person, 90% throttle 27 knots, four guys, a grizzly bear skin, four jerry cans, day packs, anchor & chain, and it does 25kts at the same throttle. Likely just a certain point where the velocity of the water you're pushing won't push it faster, and I don't want to play with impellers and all. The holeshot knocks you off your feet, then it just stops accelerating.
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