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    Has anyone ever heard or dealt with Dave Smith @ Dunriteracing ? He says he has tons of molds and is ready to rock and roll? Any info ?

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    The only thing i could find with that name is...
    Dunne-Rite Performance
    Warren, MI
    616/828-0908
    www.dunne-rite.com
    e-mail: [email protected]
    They dont seen to deal with boats though.

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    just got off the phone with him again he said he is in riverside
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    anyone

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    what type of molds tunnels?
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    tunnels and v bottoms

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    whats the tunnel look like or what is it copied from
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    daytona splash

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    can anyone help im looking for a new hull and would like some feed back on this guy

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    Not one of the big names obviously ... no one has posted up anyting.

    Who's laying up the boats for him? Did he tell you?

    What experience does he have? What schedule is he using, etc.

    If you are looking for a Daytona ... why not go with the guy who helped make it in the first place, Greg Shoemaker - GS Marine/SoCal Boats?

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    he said he lays them up himself the gs is still an option just shopping around,he says he has been laying up boats for the big companys for years ?

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    There is a lot to be said about a lay up schedule, it takes a lot of time and hulls to figure out what works for different applications. Not to mention that the mold's condition will determine the quality of the boat and the way it handles.

    I know of two proven Daytona mfg's ... Eliminator and GS/SoCal Boats. Eliminator's is expensive and not really a "race" hull ... SoCal's mold has been perfected over the past year and is track proven recently.

    He might be completely competent and have the ability, I just would go with the guys who are pumping out hulls that are proven. My .02 for what it's worth.

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    what his pricing on a 400 lbs daytona just wondering if a few less $ is worth sacrificing some knowledge
    Its a FORD thing chevy's arent quick enough to understand

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    the price he gave me was 10k with a medium lay up not sure on the exact weight

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