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    Default My First Jet Boat....

    Hi Jet Guys & Jet Gals,

    New to PB... HB..RIP,Click image for larger version. 

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    Just checkin the water. I got my dirty fingers on A…78 Sundance. She has so much potential and I would greatly appreciate your input on what to do to clean her up and make her right. It’s a mild BBC with a touch of metal flake. I love what she does for me, and hope I could do somthin’ for her. All your knowledge is welcome and respected ( Pics, Stories etc. I would like to know who built Sundance boats, ( I am just a kid who respects his elders and appreciates the work that went into building boats, cars, planes, any f..in thing other than a wellfair check.) I hope you under stand. Thanks.

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    Welcome to the site, nice ride.......

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    Love the flag nice boat too

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    It looks like it has swivel seats.





    Quote Originally Posted by be78sundance View Post
    Hi Jet Guys & Jet Gals,

    New to PB... HB..RIP,Click image for larger version. 

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    Just checkin the water. I got my dirty fingers on A…78 Sundance. She has so much potential and I would greatly appreciate your input on what to do to clean her up and make her right. It’s a mild BBC with a touch of metal flake. I love what she does for me, and hope I could do somthin’ for her. All your knowledge is welcome and respected ( Pics, Stories etc. I would like to know who built Sundance boats, ( I am just a kid who respects his elders and appreciates the work that went into building boats, cars, planes, any f..in thing other than a wellfair check.) I hope you under stand. Thanks.

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    TAPPED OUT

    It looks like it has swivel seats.

    just the passenger, thinkin a spotter? (only know the cut, copy paste.)

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    The spotter in a racing or compitition ski boat usually faces the rear. Hopefully that seat locks facing front or back. Not sure I'd want that seat to be swiveling while I'm boating. It is a nice looking Boat. Welcome aboard

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    Nice rig B

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    Nice ride! Nice flag too. Now let's go get it wet.
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    Nice!!

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    Congrats, thats a good looking float and i bet it looks better in the water

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    welcome aboard...ist normal for newbie's to show naked pics of your wife or girlfriend...LOL...JUST JOKING!

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    Took her down to visit some friends in Paso/ Lake Naci and I found I had a hole in a freeze plug (of course it has to be located behind the front motor mount) Had to scoop a little water out but other than that she is a whole lot of fun. Going to try and replace the plug this week and maybe take her out to Folsom on Sunday. How is the level out there?

    Nice ride! Nice flag too. Now let's go get it wet.

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    Nice looking ride. Have a $hit load of fun. That's what they are for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by be78sundance View Post
    Took her down to visit some friends in Paso/ Lake Naci and I found I had a hole in a freeze plug (of course it has to be located behind the front motor mount) Had to scoop a little water out but other than that she is a whole lot of fun. Going to try and replace the plug this week and maybe take her out to Folsom on Sunday. How is the level out there?

    Nice ride! Nice flag too. Now let's go get it wet.

    How was Nca? Is it as low as San Antonio? I am kind new with the jets as well. i found one of the best things to do first is get a new bilage pump, one with a float. Double check your hoses, I learned that the hard way. Good thing about jets is the motors are easy to deal with. A guy that can tell you about the different designers of hulls is Tom at JBP. You will get some info from this thread. I learned a lot about Bahners, thats what I have.
    Congrats on the new toy!!!

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