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    I stopped by Liberator Boats while in Dallas Area.
    But I forgot a camera He had several 21 Tunnels,
    at least one 19 jet. I did take a couple of pics with my Blackberry.

    Dave (the owner) was very friendly and informative.
    The 21 tunnel has alot more freeboard than my Daytona.
    This red one has silver metal-flake flames and a 1000hp
    BBC with a Dominator jet.




    This 19 was equipped with a Teague 900 EFI and a Dominator jet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    ...The 21 tunnel has alot more freeboard than my Daytona.


    I really like that aspect about the Libs...
    I wonder why Liberator is still splashing the older design hulls and not the straight body 21's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerDown View Post
    I really like that aspect about the Libs...
    I wonder why Liberator is still splashing the older design hulls and not the straight body 21's?
    It's a ratio of about 20-1 outboard to jets. It's a very nice boat and well built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerDown View Post
    I wonder why Liberator is still splashing the older design hulls and not the straight body 21's?
    just who are they splashing ? older ('70s - '80s) eliminators ?

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    The red and silver boat is down here with us. I think it is scaring the hell out of a 100mph. The rigging of this boat is not of the same quality of my DCM. Not even close.[IMG]file:///Users/zachellis/Desktop/IMG00045.jpg[/IMG]

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    I wonder why Liberator is still splashing the older design hulls and not the straight body 21's?
    Probably because that hull is a faster boat than the straight one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copterzach View Post
    The red and silver boat is down here with us. I think it is scaring the hell out of a 100mph. The rigging of this boat is not of the same quality of my DCM. Not even close.[IMG]file:///Users/zachellis/Desktop/IMG00045.jpg[/IMG]
    Should be a HTTP:// ((not File://)) Unless your on the server.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    Should be a HTTP:// ((not File://)) Unless your on the server.

    No biggie. It is the red and silver one pictured above.

    My point was about the rigging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuaneHTP View Post
    Probably because that hull is a faster boat than the straight one.
    And sexier
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    This one is yours? Killer boat. Whats wrong with the rigging?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    This one is yours? Killer boat. Whats wrong with the rigging?
    x2?Can ya post pics of what is wrong with the rigging when ya get a shot?

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    Not mine. A good friends. The wiring could be cleaner and neater. SS fuel lines and water lines not all straight or supported at even intervals. Just little petty crap!! No zip ties every 1 inch! Just not the quality or attention to detail that Danny (DCM) did on mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by copterzach View Post
    Not mine. A good friends. The wiring could be cleaner and neater. SS fuel lines and water lines not all straight or supported at even intervals. Just little petty crap!! No zip ties every 1 inch! Just not the quality or attention to detail that Danny (DCM) did on mine.

    Can we see your rigging? Dann does some BADAZZ work!!!!! I remember when he first started that company back in the day on Hotboat! Your baot is very clean and nice. May we see more pics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuaneHTP View Post
    Probably because that hull is a faster boat than the straight one.
    Really...? That seems to be a step backward for Eliminators R+D people.
    I feel better about having one of the older hulls now, even if it will never see to century mark.
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