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I checked out that Van Dam boat you mentioned in your first post. Looks very similar to the Bolero to me. You just need some tumblehome in the transom and you'll be really close. The Bolero is capable of some serious speed. The "floating" frames is part of that. It's a really solid design ...
- Mon Oct 08, 2018 4:45 pm
- Forum: Gathering 2018
- Topic: G-13 Dates/Hales Bar cabin booking instructions
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Mike, the t-shirt design is killer. Sorry we didn't get to talk more. Hope to see you next time! With the confluence of Sofia's volleyball schedule and my unexpected work trip, I didn't get to spend as much time at G12 as I had hoped. Ironically, if not for Hurricane Florence, I wouldn't have gotten...
- Thu Sep 27, 2018 5:42 pm
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: Building The Vera Cruise
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There's always a new and different task to work on with boatbuilding when you get frustrated. You can go back to the cabinet later with a fresh perspective.
Bob, I don't know if you have a trim gauge. On mine I trim it up to about level after I get on plane and the RPMs jump up a few hundred. I have to trim back down for tight turns though or I get prop cavitation.