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Old 12 April 2013, 16:04   #11
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Lo Edd what console is that ?
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Old 12 April 2013, 16:05   #12
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I guess you can see the theme here... fabric impression tube and the dark grey hull... all the rage
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Old 12 April 2013, 16:07   #13
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Time to build a tube..
I would love to see you at work respect to you

Nice guitars on the wall too
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Old 12 April 2013, 16:09   #14
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Hi Edd.. it's one of Ian Sharlots from Powerboat Sales Ltd... I thought it looked a bit big when it first went in but now the tube are on.
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Hi Edd.. it's one of Ian Sharlots from Powerboat Sales Ltd... I thought it looked a bit big when it first went in but now the tube are on.
I new I had seen one before but could not remember, yes built well and not a bod price to hoot

Looking good there keep up the graft
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I'm sure Ed won't mind me hijacking his thread to post a few recent pics of the fantastic work he has done on the SR4...

Hopefully picking it up on Thursday and taking it back to france where we will fit it out with a new 50hp Mariner two stroke and all the other bits and pieces to go with it.

Ed has had the patience of a saint as trying to coordinate a build for someone living abroad was never going to be easy.

Cheers Ed

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Old 26 April 2013, 15:35   #17
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Now you need to bring that down to the Helford when there's a Southerly swell running in. 16ft of air according to independant reports. Get it right and they come back down as soft as a feather.
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Old 26 April 2013, 15:45   #18
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Now you need to bring that down to the Helford when there's a Southerly swell running in. 16ft of air according to independant reports. Get it right and they come back down as soft as a feather.

And if you get it wrong...?

What you cant see in the pics is the 90ltr internal fuel (ballast) tank built into the console. Should hopefully keep the nose down a bit especially since the console is pushed as far forward as practical.

Wow, the Helford river....last time i was there i was wakeboarding behind a 3 tonne 350hp aluminium jet drive rescue craft in the middle of January. good times and a lovely part of the country indeed .

Thanks to you and DHD btw for all the advice...much appreciated as im sure you know.

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And if you get i wrong...?
.........you get ripped to bits in the Ferryboat over a lot of Tribute.

Seriously, drag her down one day. We'll get DHD down with his gay 4.7m 4stroker.

'Ang on a minute, our's is a four stroke.
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Nice one, do love the SR4 how have you got a new 2st?
Is going to be used commercially?


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I'm sure Ed won't mind me hijacking his thread to post a few recent pics of the fantastic work he has done on the SR4...

Hopefully picking it up on Thursday and taking it back to france where we will fit it out with a new 50hp Mariner two stroke and all the other bits and pieces to go with it.

Ed has had the patience of a saint as trying to coordinate a build for someone living abroad was never going to be easy.

Cheers Ed

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