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    Default Can We See Those Sanger mini daycruiser Pictures ?

    Let see those sanger pictures !!! It's snowed the last couple days and all I can think about is how nice it is to have water for the lakes .

    http://www.performanceboats.com//att...1&d=1234484974
    Show them Sangers !
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisbsanger View Post
    Let see those sanger pictures !!! It's snowed the last couple days and all I can think about is how nice it is to have water for the lakes .

    http://www.performanceboats.com//att...1&d=1234484974
    Show them Sangers !

    Where is that picture taken?
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    Scotts flat lake , nevada city , ca.

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    These are off of the Sanger poster/brochure.
    The one is signed by Harlan Orrin, who as I understand it is responsible for the double bubble mini cruiser. He also took the hydro from shovel nose to pickel fork.
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    Here are our two--the blue one is a jet and the brown one is a v-drive.
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    79 V-Drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanger Pete View Post
    Here are our two--the blue one is a jet and the brown one is a v-drive.
    2 Mini daycruisers ? You are oh so lucky ! Which do you like more , the jet or v drive ?

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    Yeah, we (my son and I) spent several years looking for his dream boat, and even when we found one, it needed a lot of work on the leaky bottom (see pics). On the other hand, the v-drive sort of fell into my lap when I wasn't even looking, and about all I had to do was change the battery. It is interesting having both to compare. My son has decided he likes the jet better--smoother, better hole shot, less mechanical noise, fewer worries about hitting something, and better reverse. Although I still enjoy driving the jet, I think I like the v-drive better--low gear for cruising at idle through 5 mph zones/marinas, fuel economy, how solid it feels up to 4000 rpms, how "loose" it feels above 4000, the approx 8 mph extra on top end, and of course, being a part of the current "in crowd". But it is also nice to have a choice.
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    I have a few Sanger brochures listed on the new Roostwear.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanger Pete View Post
    Yeah, we (my son and I) spent several years looking for his dream boat, and even when we found one, it needed a lot of work on the leaky bottom (see pics). On the other hand, the v-drive sort of fell into my lap when I wasn't even looking, and about all I had to do was change the battery. It is interesting having both to compare. My son has decided he likes the jet better--smoother, better hole shot, less mechanical noise, fewer worries about hitting something, and better reverse. Although I still enjoy driving the jet, I think I like the v-drive better--low gear for cruising at idle through 5 mph zones/marinas, fuel economy, how solid it feels up to 4000 rpms, how "loose" it feels above 4000, the approx 8 mph extra on top end, and of course, being a part of the current "in crowd". But it is also nice to have a choice.
    How fast are your sangers ?

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    The jet, turning an AA impeller just under 5k rpms runs in the low 60s.
    The v-drive, I think with 29% gears, stock 454 turning about 4800 rpms runs about 70 mph--haven't had a gps on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mk2 View Post
    79 V-Drive
    Nice sanger !!

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