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    I purchased a southwind jet boat out of california, and found out engine was a total loss. I contacted a friend of mine chet doak, and he was kind enough to refer me Aaron Rogers and Dave Thompson. They had the boat approximately four to six weeks, and was only able to use the bare block. They proceded to build a complete new engine using the best of what it would take for what i was wanting, and also having the engine put on dyno for complete build. When i pickled up the boat i was overwhelmed by the quality and workmanship that had performed. It is very difficult to know and find individuals such as Aaron and Dave that can do such high quality workmanship, and how the boat performs is mor than i expected. I would recommend Aaron and Dave which are members of mhba to anyone that wants the very in quality and workmanship. They also did paint work on the boat that was awesome. Thank you again Aaron and Dave. (by the way these individuals are not aware of me posting this article) Thank you for taking time to read this.

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    I can vouch for both of these guys, true craftsmen! They have what it takes to make the ordinary into extraordinary. Hope to see your boat some time in the future, have not made any MHB meets yet this year.
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    Well, how about posting some pictures so all of can see their craftsmanship.

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    Yes both guys are great guys and know there stuff, and i agee PICS PICS PICS lol

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    Thank's to all or you for the kind words. Ed is rite we did what we could for what we had to work with. And in the end it turned out real well and Ed is happy. That's what it is all about. I will get photos up soon.

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    Some pics of the project.
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    Great job guys, looks good...

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    That looks really nice.
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