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    My buddy is thinkin about getn this hull, any good or stay away
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    get blown or get blown away
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    RUN AWAY!!!! Can you send me the sellers info, I want to buy that I mean give him a piece of my mind......
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    I just painted one of those for my buddy....its a very light layup...he just got his on the water using the drivetrain out of his old Eliminator. The boat screams...and he's still tinkering on it. The boat can't handle much chop....she'll bust apart. Lol
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    Default Cp tunnel

    Cory, heres a thread with some pros and cons of the cp tunnels. It sounds like there are some safety hardware that will be a MUST HAVE if youre putting in moderate HP.

    http://www.performanceboats.com/jet-...cp-tunnel.html

    Good Luck....
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    That is a must have Cory. That color is you Bro. I think you would like your Eliminator better. Those C-P's can be quick but what you have is faster and more stable.
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    How good can you swim?
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    I'm a fan. Cp tunnels are bad ass
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    Don't think that's a CP by looking at the bow, Mantra maybe? As has been said many times before here, be very careful with the hardware setup on these boats. I have personally seen two very similar pitch drivers at well under 90..... Just my -02, but take as many of the variables away as possible... run a mech fuel pump, maybe a mag???

    Good luck with the project, post up some pics...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hydroman916 View Post
    My buddy is thinkin about getn this hull, any good or stay away
    Wow..another Green CP?..what year is that?...and theres only room for one Green CP in this area....
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    Deff not a cp like river dad said. Those fangs bite
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    Quote Originally Posted by River Dad View Post
    Don't think that's a CP by looking at the bow, Mantra maybe? As has been said many times before here, be very careful with the hardware setup on these boats. I have personally seen two very similar pitch drivers at well under 90..... Just my -02, but take as many of the variables away as possible... run a mech fuel pump, maybe a mag???

    Good luck with the project, post up some pics...
    I thought this is what they all looked like with out the pod extensions.. Whether it was cp, earl smith etc etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by bc18 View Post
    I thought this is what they all looked like with out the pod extensions.. Whether it was cp, earl smith etc etc
    The CPs are a more gradual sponson then that brad and are a little more forgiving then that version from what iver heard
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    Quote Originally Posted by HBInHeat View Post
    The CPs are a more gradual sponson then that brad and are a little more forgiving then that version from what iver heard
    I think I know what your talking about the cps arnt as aggressive.
    Can someone post a pic of a cp without the pod extensions?
    i guess the question is who makes this hull?
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    Hard to tell if it has the "fangs" or not from the pic, looks like it doesnt from here.

    Either way. Your chances of getting wet are pretty decent in one of those.
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