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    After all the great info I have been given on this forum it seems that I will be looking for a 19 or 21' Daytona Eliminator. What price is good for one? I've seen prices all over the board but still have not figured out what I should budget. I will be looking to buy one without the motor. From what I see, 10k seems to be a good deal on the boats. Is that about right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweat View Post
    After all the great info I have been given on this forum it seems that I will be looking for a 19 or 21' Daytona Eliminator. What price is good for one? I've seen prices all over the board but still have not figured out what I should budget. I will be looking to buy one without the motor. From what I see, 10k seems to be a good deal on the boats. Is that about right?
    Depends on what you expect from the boat. Big difference in a 19 and a 21.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Depends on what you expect from the boat. Big difference in a 19 and a 21.
    I want to put 1000 HP in either a 21 or 19. I think for a lake boat, I would be better off with a 21 but would be happy with either. I think 100mph is my goal and I want something that rides better than the SJ. From what I've read on here, the Daytona Eliminator rides great; I'm sure the 21 rides a little better than the 19 but the 19 will probably be a little faster.

    Do you think 100mph is realistic with 1000HP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweat View Post
    I want to put 1000 HP in either a 21 or 19. I think for a lake boat, I would be better off with a 21 but would be happy with either. I think 100mph is my goal and I want something that rides better than the SJ. From what I've read on here, the Daytona Eliminator rides great; I'm sure the 21 rides a little better than the 19 but the 19 will probably be a little faster.

    Do you think 100mph is realistic with 1000HP?
    Yes on the 100mph. The 19 will be quicker/faster by alot, the 21 has way more room and much larger deeper boat- yet still retains as much performance as possible.
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    Thanks!!!

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    Varmint has a nice one for sale in the boat section 19 ' ....my Liberator 19 'which is essentially a Daytona Splash ran 102 with approx 750-800 hp and shitty setup 1000 hp and right setup 110-115 +mph should be ????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gopher711 View Post
    Varmint has a nice one for sale in the boat section 19 ' ....my Liberator 19 'which is essentially a Daytona Splash ran 102 with approx 750-800 hp and shitty setup 1000 hp and right setup 110-115 +mph should be ????
    Thanks!!! I gotta try and sell mine first but then I'm in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gopher711 View Post
    Varmint has a nice one for sale in the boat section 19 ' ....my Liberator 19 'which is essentially a Daytona Splash ran 102 with approx 750-800 hp and shitty setup 1000 hp and right setup 110-115 +mph should be ????
    I'm trying to find Varmints boat. Is it a new or old post? Is Varmint his user name?

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    I'd talk to some people about a Cougar...

    I've owned both.

    My 21' Cougar ran 115 mph with a 280 Merc ... I know its not an inboard set up, but the bottom is better on the Cougar in my opinion.

    It takes a superior set at speed... and handle better in rough water. just my .02

    The other picture is our 19' Cougar, 2012 Parker Enduro winner. 113 MPH with a stock 300xs
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    Quote Originally Posted by War Canoe View Post
    I'd talk to some people about a Cougar...

    I've owned both.

    My 21' Cougar ran 115 mph with a 280 Merc ... I know its not an inboard set up, but the bottom is better on the Cougar in my opinion.

    It takes a superior set at speed... and handle better in rough water. just my .02

    The other picture is our 19' Cougar, 2012 Parker Enduro winner. 113 MPH with a stock 300xs
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    Quote Originally Posted by War Canoe View Post
    I'd talk to some people about a Cougar...

    I've owned both.

    My 21' Cougar ran 115 mph with a 280 Merc ... I know its not an inboard set up, but the bottom is better on the Cougar in my opinion.

    It takes a superior set at speed... and handle better in rough water. just my .02

    The other picture is our 19' Cougar, 2012 Parker Enduro winner. 113 MPH with a stock 300xs
    Agree had 2 19 footers and a 21, great boats. well built and fast. Some of the best gel work ive seen.

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    http://www.performanceboats.com/sear...rchid=23324289

    The link is to the search for "daytona" in the Boats for sale forum.
    There'll be some other boats that put "daytona" in the ad or as a keyword, but you'll get a list of most of the daytonas for sale.
    Varmit86 is about halfway down the page. There's quite a few 19's.
    Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweat View Post
    I want something that rides better than the SJ. ?
    ? Did think it was possible. Taylor's rides nice, just different than a tunnel. Heavy ass v bottom verse tunnel.

    Why not have both?? Go fast with the tunnel and take the family in the Taylor?

    You will be happy with either 19 or 21

    I prefer the 19, but the 21 would give you and your family a nice ride and have some performance


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