What are the pros and cons in different water conditions. Any comments/experiences would be appreciated. How would it compare to a 22 Talon or 24 skater with twins. Thx
Thx Rayzor - if you know of someone looking to sell a pristine 22-24 cat (DCB, Skater, Talon) with single or twin power send them my way - I want something special but not so exotic that it has to be worked on all the time.PM "Nice Pair" here on the boards. His name is Steve and he owns a 22 Talon with twins and his brother Bob "Waffleman" here on the boards has a DCB 22 with twins. They can tell you firsthand the difference between those two. I can tell you the 24 Skater is a completely different boat than either of those two. It is going to run over the rough way better, but also have a very annoying midrange porpoise on smooth water (50 - 80mph). If you're looking for a smooth water rig, either of the 22s will probably be a better all around setup for you, but if you plan on wanting to get over any sizeable water conditions, the 24 Skater is hand's down the better boat.
You will not find a cleaner 22 Talon anywhere!!! If you want to know anything about the 22 Talon or the 22 DCB either give him or me a call or PM. I personally don't know anything about the 24 Skater, but I think Rayzor hit it on the head :thumb:Thx Rayzor - if you know of someone looking to sell a pristine 22-24 cat (DCB, Skater, Talon) with single or twin power send them my way - I want something special but not so exotic that it has to be worked on all the time.