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    Im looking at a 21ft daytona v-nose tunnel. Fist question how difficult and or costly is it to have the transome wood redone? Second question is this boat was setup as a outboard, has anyone converted one of these to a jet and how difficult of a project is it. Any help would be appreciated.

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    wow good question cause i passed on an eliminator because it was originally an out board and was told it couldn't be done because the stringers were to thin i want to know if i should kick myself in the a$$ for passing it up and it was stupid cheap too cause the power head was missing all kinds of parts...

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    Sure it can be done. People do it all the time.
    My question is, what is a V noze? Sure its not a TPR edge 21'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkyard View Post
    Im looking at a 21ft daytona v-nose tunnel. Fist question how difficult and or costly is it to have the transome wood redone? Second question is this boat was setup as a outboard, has anyone converted one of these to a jet and how difficult of a project is it. Any help would be appreciated.
    My boat is such a whore...it came out of the factory as an IO...the guy I bought it from was trying to convert it to a wacker....now its a squirt boat.
    Another Hot Boat refugee

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    now a jet, cant even tell. An outboard is even better just a few holes to repair and then you can have your pump set as far back as you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    My boat is such a whore...it came out of the factory as an IO...the guy I bought it from was trying to convert it to a wacker....now its a squirt boat.
    Funny stuff I still got the "Chunks"



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    Quote Originally Posted by junkyard View Post
    Im looking at a 21ft daytona v-nose tunnel. Fist question how difficult and or costly is it to have the transome wood redone? Second question is this boat was setup as a outboard, has anyone converted one of these to a jet and how difficult of a project is it. Any help would be appreciated.
    You must be high! Finish your god damn Dayrona first. Quick dickin around with all these other projects. At this rate your Eliminator will NEVER get done. Oh well guess me and pop's will have all fun!
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    My Daytona was originally built for an outboard, but became a jet before the rigging.

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    This boat has steps in the bottom of all three sponsons. Ill try to get some pics up to day. I would imagine at least the steps in the center sponson would need to be taken out. Also looking at the boat again the whole transome does not need to be re done. It has a crack in between the two mounts for the Ob.

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