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    Anybody knows this hull?

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    Default 19 Daytona

    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Mad View Post
    Anybody knows this hull?

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    That looks like a 19 Daytona originally set up for and outboard. Does it still have the vin numbers in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg shoemaker View Post
    That looks like a 19 Daytona originally set up for and outboard. Does it still have the vin numbers in it?
    Greg,

    No Vin#, it is the only tunnel hull I could find in South Africa, will need some advice on fixing the bottom to work with a 12JC Berkeley.

    I am planning on a set back install with a shoe'd intake and ride plate with Hyd Place Diverter.

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    X2 looks like an older Daytona
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    That looks very similar to my old centurion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverrouse View Post
    That looks very similar to my old centurion.
    x2 heres my old centurion ob got turned into a jet boat



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    Default 19 Daytona

    [QUOTE=Jet Mad;1731657]Greg,

    No Vin#, it is the only tunnel hull I could find in South Africa, will need some advice on fixing the bottom to work with a 12JC Berkeley.

    I am planning on a set back install with a shoe'd intake and ride plate with Hyd Place Diverter.

    Wikus[/QUOTEI talked to Bob Leach and there were 19's built that went to S A and I'm sure that this is one of those boats. Not sure what outboard went with the boat but I'm still working on that. More to come when I get more info.

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    [QUOTE=greg shoemaker;1732494]
    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Mad View Post
    Greg,

    No Vin#, it is the only tunnel hull I could find in South Africa, will need some advice on fixing the bottom to work with a 12JC Berkeley.

    I am planning on a set back install with a shoe'd intake and ride plate with Hyd Place Diverter.

    Wikus[/QUOTEI talked to Bob Leach and there were 19's built that went to S A and I'm sure that this is one of those boats. Not sure what outboard went with the boat but I'm still working on that. More to come when I get more info.
    Greg,

    Thanks for the reply.

    I will be turning it over today and have some pics for you later.

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    Should be interesting watching this one come along! Nice find Wikus!

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    Greg is probably right but just for kicks.
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    looks like a daytona to me

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    All I know it is one beautifull hull, I see something new every time I look at it.

    I have lost my heart on this one.


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    I have looked at the Daytona Hulls, my cockpit area looks different.

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