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    Default Who had the 21 Daytona with the Arneson drive ?

    Did they ever get it to perform right ?

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    I'm not sure about the Daytona from a while back, but hop on Texas Hot Boats on Facebook and post about it. There's a guy that just finished a Liberator I think last year with one on it. He posted some first outing results on there but I never did really follow it.

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    The Daytona now has a Imco SC drive on it.

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    I believe Tony in Sacto bought it a while ago. (hiline on the forum). He told me that when he picked up my Cole last summer. Looks like the surface drive is gone. Jocko

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    So it appears no one has ever made the arneson drive work good on a small tunnel hull boat like a 19 or a 21 then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    So it appears no one has ever made the arneson drive work good on a small tunnel hull boat like a 19 or a 21 then.
    there was a friend of mine here that put a brand new arneson drive on a 2001 tunnel 22 ft daytona with 1350 hp and they couldnt make it work. He removed a b max drive that worked really well then the boat burned up beyond repair due to fuel injectors shooting fuel while he had plugs out spinning it over. Dumb move.

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    One of Arneson's first boats that he used to run the Delta with was a 25' tunnel, Sanger I think, with a turbine eng. back in the early 80's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveo143 View Post
    One of Arneson's first boats that he used to run the Delta with was a 25' tunnel, Sanger I think, with a turbine eng. back in the early 80's.
    Huge difference. There was Sanger/Skater true tunnel, 24 ft I believe, could have been a 23.
    Not a 21ft with a with a center pod stuffed up its ass.

    I think Arneson's turbine was a 26.



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    Quote Originally Posted by steveo143 View Post
    One of Arneson's first boats that he used to run the Delta with was a 25' tunnel, Sanger I think, with a turbine eng. back in the early 80's.
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    Huge difference. There was Sanger/Skater true tunnel, 24 ft I believe, could have been a 23.
    Not a 21ft with a with a center pod stuffed up its ass.

    I think Arneson's turbine was a 26.

    I believe they were 29 Sanger Alley Cats (he built 4 of them). I don't know if he built anything smaller than the 29's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerThat99 View Post
    I believe they were 29 Sanger Alley Cats (he built 4 of them). I don't know if he built anything smaller than the 29's.
    They built them all the way down to 20ft. I know someone that had a 23 or 24, with outboards. I believe Arnesen built a smaller Alley Cat(23-24) with one of his drives, but I don't think Arnesen or anybody else stuck a turbine in one smaller than 26

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    They built them all the way down to 20ft. I know someone that had a 23 or 24, with outboards. I believe Arnesen built a smaller Alley Cat(23-24) with one of his drives, but I don't think Arnesen or anybody else stuck a turbine in one smaller than 26

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    I knew they built smaller Alley Cats. A friend of mine used to have a 24 or 26 with twin outboards. I also followed that restoration thread on that orange & white 20.

    What I was saying was that I didn't know if they built anything smaller than a 29 with the an Arneson drive.
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    They always looked like a good strong drive but it seems like they had too much tail lift for a small hull.

    In looking at the drive it seems like it needed another U joint near the end of the prop shaft with a bearing carrier where linkage connected so it moved up and down parallel rather than just swinging an arc. Kind of like a 4 link suspension on a drag car.
    That would change the angle of the prop wash so it wasn't prone to so much tail lift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    They always looked like a good strong drive but it seems like they had too much tail lift for a small hull.
    Yah, I was talking to Bob Leach on the phone one day and he was telling me about this surface drive boat an how it had so much tail lift that it would try to bury the nose and submarine. I bet it runs hard now with that I/O on it.

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