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    Default CP19 First time out with the new boat

    Hey Now!
    I got out to Lake Nacimiento over the weekend.
    My first time out with this boat and newly installed motor.
    Everything went well, just a little wrenching in a few spots.

    I really like the way it rides, seems like the set up is pretty close.
    I didn't have a GPS, the motor turned the AA impeller at 5k.

    Thanks!
    Mark
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    Nice! Congrats on getting her wet. Good looking ride, too.

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    Looks great!!! Get the GPS out and check your numbers next time out. How much HP? Gives a great ride doesnt it.

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    looks great!

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    good buy!!

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    congrats man! looks good!
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    Awesome! Good pics! Congrats.

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    Congrats! Looks like a sweet ride

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    This one goes back a ways. Almost forgot about your ride.

    From 06/10

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    Thanks for remembering Squirtcha. Classic mistake to start a boat project at the start of summer instead of the end. Is October still in summer? Guess I didn't miss the entire season. Hopefully we'll see the water a few times before the brutal so cal winter takes hold.

    Not sure about the HP, I'll bet some people here could make a pretty accurate guess. 454, ported 990 heads, ISKY Z89 solid cam, roller rockers, Victor intake, Dominator 1050.

    I'd guess she was around 80, maybe a little over, trimmed up at 5k RPM with the AA impeller. Like you told me the ride is a lot smoother in the gulling vs the V bottom. I'll have the GPS next time, I was so jacked to get on the water that I didn't stop and buy one. Good times.

    Thanks, Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by morning wood View Post
    Classic mistake to start a boat project at the start of summer instead of the end. Is October still in summer? Guess I didn't miss the entire season. Hopefully we'll see the water a few times before the brutal so cal winter takes hold.
    Thanks, Mark
    Yeah, but you've still got a good bit of running time yet and you're good to go for next year. It's a nice boat and sometimes you have to get em while the getting's good no matter what time of year. Nice job getting it on the water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morning wood View Post
    Thanks for remembering Squirtcha. Classic mistake to start a boat project at the start of summer instead of the end. Is October still in summer? Guess I didn't miss the entire season. Hopefully we'll see the water a few times before the brutal so cal winter takes hold.

    Not sure about the HP, I'll bet some people here could make a pretty accurate guess. 454, ported 990 heads, ISKY Z89 solid cam, roller rockers, Victor intake, Dominator 1050.

    I'd guess she was around 80, maybe a little over, trimmed up at 5k RPM with the AA impeller. Like you told me the ride is a lot smoother in the gulling vs the V bottom. I'll have the GPS next time, I was so jacked to get on the water that I didn't stop and buy one. Good times.

    Thanks, Mark
    whats the compression ratio?

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