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    What are the current paint/gel schemes looking like on the 19 Eliminator Daytona/styled boats? I remember soemone was posting new ones being pulled under a different builder???? Any pictures would be appreciated...
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    Everything is pretty custom these days. Very few boats being built speculatively. Everything is made to order. Unless you are buying a bayliner of course where I don't think you get much choice...

    Greg @ GS marine has the 19' Daytona molds and the 19' TPR molds (The boat in my avatar is a GS Daytona we built back in 2008)

    Andy @ Ballztech has the 19' Cheyenne molds

    Jett Performance has another version of the 19' Cheyenne molds

    Harold Bruce has a 8" wider version of the 19' Daytona molds

    Eliminator boats has another version of the 19' Daytona molds

    I'm sure there are others around. Those are the ones I know of in southern california
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    Everything is pretty custom these days. Very few boats being built speculatively. Everything is made to order. Unless you are buying a bayliner of course where I don't think you get much choice...

    Greg @ GS marine has the 19' Daytona molds and the 19' TPR molds (The boat in my avatar is a GS Daytona we built back in 2008)

    Andy @ Ballztech has the 19' Cheyenne molds

    Jett Performance has another version of the 19' Cheyenne molds

    Harold Bruce has a 8" wider version of the 19' Daytona molds

    Eliminator boats has another version of the 19' Daytona molds

    I'm sure there are others around. Those are the ones I know of in southern california
    Is Harold's mold the same one used to make Tiki's Daytona?
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    Has anybody built one of those dual jet "Daytona's" from Harold? Any pics or info on these? Obviously twice the cost in the pump area, but for a lake hot rod, would there be an advantage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Community View Post
    What are the current paint/gel schemes looking like on the 19 Eliminator Daytona/styled boats? I remember soemone was posting new ones being pulled under a different builder???? Any pictures would be appreciated...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NiceGuyEddie View Post
    Is Harold's mold the same one used to make Tiki's Daytona?
    Yes, that's it.
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    yup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    Yes, that's it.
    Is there any advantage on having the duel jets?
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    This one appears to have a Cobra Boats HIN prefix. I like the original schemes but was thinking of updating the graphics - looking for ideas....
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    Quote Originally Posted by blender over View Post
    Is there any advantage on having the duel jets?
    put enough power to turn em and itll leave like a rocket
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    Quote Originally Posted by white tortilla View Post
    put enough power to turn em and itll leave like a rocket
    What's enough power?
    Do you use the same impellor chart as a single jet drive to determine what size impellor you need?
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    i wouldn't think so, but like grady said - with the right combo it would be a rocket. give HB a call. 714-993-2664. he can answer any dual drive questions you have. the added gear box would have pushed my motor too far forward so i went the comfort route. after all, my wife thought i was bringing home a white , blue and pink 21'. lol......... (kjell's rvr. boat).
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    Quote Originally Posted by blender over View Post
    Is there any advantage on having the duel jets?
    Hot Boat - May 2007, had a good article on dual jets. It featured Harold and some of the boats that were converted to dual jets.
    It talked about how they accelerated alot harder and cruised at lower RPM's. It didn't help top speed at all.
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    Don't worry about graphics on a Daytona no matter which molds they come out of. As stated most boats now are all special order and if you have specific Ideas you can have it sprayed however you want. If you don't think of yourself as the artistic type and want to see some layouts work it out with Greg or Harold. I'm available for graphic design if you need it, they can call me or you can PM me. Most gel coat artists like to do it themselves, just give them colors. But if you want something special hire a specialist.
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