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Old 30 January 2005, 10:20   #11
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hydro sheild looks good let me know how you get on with it


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Old 30 January 2005, 11:06   #12
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Thanks for the opinions
I do like the look of that Hydro Shield
back to the drawing board
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Old 31 January 2005, 03:18   #13
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Cheeky oul Fkkr!

When are you gonna bring that fork tounge of yours back to Boatmad you grumpy oul Hipocrite?

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As soon as you recognise the difference between a forked toungue and a Barbed tounge!

to get back on track does that Hydro shield fasten to the bottom of the boat. I am afraid the picture wasn't to clear for me
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Old 31 January 2005, 03:38   #14
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Stainless steel Hydrofoils.

Hank.

I have made one out of high pollished Stainless steel and it's perfect. Using it now for the third year. Made for a f115 on a 6 mtr rib. Planning at 2300 rpm!! and leaving les waves. Smooth ride.

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Hey gang,
I was wondering if anybody uses the anti cavitation plates on their outboards?
I've seen a few on outboards and wonder if they are worth the money.

I was thinking about cutting one out of a aluminium sheet 1/4 inch thick with our plasma cutter. I don't like the idea of drilling the Honda's anti cavitation plate to mount it if you folks don't figure they are worth it.

I've seen a nozzle that goes all round the prop on 50 hp. Hondas in US fishing magazines - looks like it would protect the "wheel"

over the waves
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Old 31 January 2005, 03:47   #15
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Stainless steel Hydrofoils.

Hank.

I have made one out of high pollished Stainless steel and it's perfect. Using it now for the third year. Made for a f115 on a 6 mtr rib. Planning at 2300 rpm!! and leaving les waves. Smooth ride.

see the picture.
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Old 31 January 2005, 05:28   #16
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As soon as you recognise the difference between a forked tounge and a Barbed tounge!
Oh I do!
I guess you're staying with the fairies then!
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Old 31 January 2005, 06:23   #17
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Yes, it was like watching ballet.

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It was a pleasure to watch you reversing
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Old 01 February 2005, 21:56   #18
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Hi Danny,
Did you post a picture?
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Old 02 February 2005, 04:27   #19
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Did you post a picture?
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I hope this is what you mean ?

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Old 02 February 2005, 12:31   #20
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Yes, it was like watching ballet.
obviously the Bolshey Ballet and not the graceful Bolshoi
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