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I've seen quite a few of these over the years.
They look like a great and fast boat.

What is the story behind this hull?
What sizes? 19, 20, 21 ? versions?
Were they always jets?
Are they still built by any builders today?

Thanks!
 

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These look like great boats. Great links!

Great performance.

I am surprise that style of boat wasn't upsized to something with more freeboard and a longer center line.

It's pretty tough out on the lakes these days with boats creating huge wakes!
 

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These look like great boats. Great links!

Great performance.

I am surprise that style of boat wasn't upsized to something with more freeboard and a longer center line.

It's pretty tough out on the lakes these days with boats creating huge wakes!
It has always surprised me too. A 19' is actually only 18'-6" I think. If you make one a legit 21' with some added freeboard it would make a hell of a family boat.

Sleeper CP :D
 

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Jay Erschen is my neighbor and friend. He has the original Youngblood molds up in Iowa.I think hes going to bring them back here sometime soon. Hes running Maximum Horsepower Machine in Mesa next to Lopers on Country Club.
He builds some awesome engines plus he knows a thing or two about jet pumps and setting these boats up right. Theres a tx 19, a 20 which is a tunnel and he builds a 21' v. Sweet boats :D
 
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