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    Default Info on Eliminator Scorpion hulls

    Any Info or oppinions on these boats? I just picked one up!
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    wouldn't it have been better to ask BEFORE?
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    I could easily be wrong....but I thought the were made for an outboard,and tend to ride rather wet as a jet.
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    That was the reputation I had heard...no idea if its true...but I will say this, I remember seeing one some years ago and just thinking it was a SEXY boat.
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    wouldn't it have been better to ask BEFORE?
    I like the way it looks and could not pass it up. Its a project and will have Harold Bruce @ R&D Marine working with me on setting it up!
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    I've heard of them running in the 110 MPH range frequently. The do run wet, but I bet Shoemaker would have some ideas for you.
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    I'm surprised we have to ask... but where are the pictures? You can't talk boats, speed or sexy without pics!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoc653 View Post
    I'm surprised we have to ask... but where are the pictures? You can't talk boats, speed or sexy without pics!!!
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    Nice!!! That boat has lots of potential. Looks kinda familiar, I think it had a decent single carb motor, Berkley with a droop snoot and ran 90-95MPH.
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    Ya im hopeing to hit that mark with it when I am finished with it.
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    They are very nice boats when set up correctly. Harold has lots of experience with them. He put together a UBF jet that ran in the 130's. I'm sure you will love when done.
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    Default eliminator scorpion with daytona bottom

    i have one with a daytona center kill in it and cant wait to get my other projects done so i can start it.there is one running aroud big river that has a good size motor in it and it runs real dry(just on the center kill)does your boat have any steps on the center kill?it was about $5000 to have the daytona center kill and the capping done.way too much money but it will run better and i wasnt the one that had to pay the $5000 so that makes it even better.does your boat have a shallow center kill w/steps in it?
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