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Old 07 October 2007, 08:21   #1
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Race hull?

If you want a rib just for fun (no classrace).

What hull do you think give best performance?

Do i need a stepped hull for speed?

Revenger 23 without stepped hull, is that a fast hull?

Any fast racerib with jockeyseat or bolster or simular?

Looking for a adrenalinerib
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Old 07 October 2007, 08:45   #2
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Old 08 October 2007, 05:44   #3
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If you want a rib just for fun (no classrace).

What hull do you think give best performance?

Do i need a stepped hull for speed?

Revenger 23 without stepped hull, is that a fast hull?

Any fast racerib with jockeyseat or bolster or simular?

Looking for a adrenalinerib
All depends on what size boat / engine package you want to go for. I may have a couple of options as looking at selling my own boat at some point due to a couple of new design / build projects.

A 7m RIB, stepped hull with 150 E-Tec HO.
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Old 08 October 2007, 05:46   #4
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Also have one new hull, just been tubed and being fitted out over the winter.
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Old 08 October 2007, 06:03   #5
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Adam,

When time is... i will contact you. Your kr7 with e-tec looks very nice. We have right now plans for a bigger boat (not a rib) and if i can find any money for it after that....
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Old 08 October 2007, 06:54   #6
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If you want a race deck RIB we can do one to suit any power package you like - currently running 84 mph offshore with a 2.5 EFI (280hp), but we are hoping for 90mph if we can get to go to Conniston for speed week.
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Old 09 October 2007, 04:34   #7
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What´s the weight of a raceready Bananashark with or without engine?
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Not really a RIB but Ice Marines former race Bladerunner is for sale at Essex Boat Yards for £39K. It's a steal - new they are over £200k. genuine 90mph plus (99. something on a good day if the race propellers come with it!). Has twin 2.5EFi 280hp.

http://www.essexboatyards.com/stockl...ner-34-RS6-334

See it underway here:

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Drove it one afternoon, on charter!, and it is a beast. Very easy and calm up to about 60mph but comes alive once you get some air running through the tunnels.
Same designer as Cookees RIB - Lorne Campbell
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Old 09 October 2007, 12:33   #9
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Not really a RIB but Ice Marines former race Bladerunner is for sale at Essex Boat Yards for £39K. It's a steal - new they are over £200k. genuine 90mph plus (99. something on a good day if the race propellers come with it!). Has twin 2.5EFi 280hp.

http://www.essexboatyards.com/stockl...ner-34-RS6-334

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Drove it one afternoon, on charter!, and it is a beast. Very easy and calm up to about 60mph but comes alive once you get some air running through the tunnels.
Same designer as Cookees RIB - Lorne Campbell

Wow...very nice!

Can´t buy right now... if it is still for sale in a couple of mounths, maybe.
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Old 09 October 2007, 13:25   #10
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Yeh, and it's only been upside down twice!
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Old 09 October 2007, 14:20   #11
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Its not a fast leisureboat

For racing Yes, fast leisure....nop
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What´s the weight of a raceready Bananashark with or without engine?

The race version weighs 975 kilos with a Mercury XS200 or 2.5EFI (280hp) without fuel, but complete with all the safety equipment, lifter and bow tank ready to race - with an XS200 the speed is 73 mph in a race or 76 mph in very flat water. We are hoping to go to speed week in November (and maybe break 90mph!), but I have achieved 84mph with a side wind and some chop without using the lifter.




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Old 20 October 2007, 15:11   #14
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The race version weighs 975 kilos with a Mercury XS200 or 2.5EFI (280hp) without fuel, but complete with all the safety equipment, lifter and bow tank ready to race - with an XS200 the speed is 73 mph in a race or 76 mph in very flat water. We are hoping to go to speed week in November (and maybe break 90mph!), but I have achieved 84mph with a side wind and some chop without using the lifter.




And never been upside down!
hello from Rhodes!
me friend Kostas from Thessaloniki has Bannana shark with 225 efi.
it cames 78 miles in flat water!


that photo is from rib racing in Leros Island!
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yeah and you wouldn't know that would you Dirkee, cos your Boat only did 86 mph when you took me out on it
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Old 22 October 2007, 06:27   #16
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hello from Rhodes!
me friend Kostas from Thessaloniki has Bannana shark with 225 efi.
it cames 78 miles in flat water!


that photo is from rib racing in Leros Island!
I hear he has been doing very well - say hi from me!
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οκ Cookee!
You can see many photos of the Greek R.i.b. championship 2007!
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Old 25 October 2007, 11:36   #18
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Drove it one afternoon, on charter!, and it is a beast. Very easy and calm up to about 60mph but comes alive once you get some air running through the tunnels.
When he says beast, he means 'MONSTER'....
Very nice up to 65mph, then it wants very very very carefull attention at all times, or it will try kill you!
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When he says beast, he means 'MONSTER'....
Very nice up to 65mph, then it wants very very very carefull attention at all times, or it will try kill you!
Don't be such a great fairy...Anna always says your the "speed limiter" in your boat...
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Don't be such a great fairy...Anna always says your the "speed limiter" in your boat...
Hey - some one has to have common sence!! Since we started winning things she just wants to go faster. Racing became more expensive since she became enthusiastic!
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