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Too bad regarding the tariff stuff. I also got a quote for a certified preowned motor from www.captkirks.com. I spoke with a sales guy by the name of Cain Hubbard (Ph: 281.367.5630). They quoted me $5,679 + shipping. Can't remember if it was a CT version or not. Might give these guys a call to see i...
- Mon Feb 03, 2020 12:33 pm
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: MI Malahini Build, Post Flip.
- Replies: 207
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The side panels are a nice touch. Hope the trim tabs fix your issues with porpoising. Seems like the Malahini really needs some weight farther forward to improve the CG. A big ice chest full of adult beverages under the bow may be the only solution!!
I had similar delays due to tariff concerns. Seems like it only took a couple weeks before it was worked out and then it shipped. Hope your transaction goes as well as mine did.
Your boat is really comming together! So, I purchased my outboard slightly used from smalloutboards.com . It was a big leap of faith for me to send them a huge chunk of money for a motor sight unseen! That said I have only good things to say about the transaction and the company. Motor arrived in or...
I didn't use fiberglas. I just used thickened epoxy and screws to attach. I think most consider the skeg and spray rails sacrificial. I guess it would be alittle easier to replace if there was no figerglas to deal with. Probably be a pain either way!
http://www.glen-l.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=33390&start=60 Boat is looking great. Above is a link to some posts showing the spray rails and skeg on my build. Hopefully you can see what Bill was explaining about how the spray rail is on plane with the bottom of the boat then then starts to turn ...