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    FBA, you gotta put that boat on a diet.

    Mine is 36' and is 8000lbs wet. If more fun this way;


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    I love yours...looks insane and fast! Mine's a SunSeeker SuperHawk 34, but isn't built for speed...more for partying. She only does around 60-65...and she's a big heavy pig. LOL





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    LOL, Yeah, There isn't even enough room to really move around. Engines, fuel, sit down and ride.

    Are you close to the St. Lawrence waterway? I always wanted to do the 1000 Island run. I have seen pictures and it looks gorgeous.

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    I pulled the trigger on an F-450 six weeks ago and love the truck. I've put about 5.5K miles on it and I really like it. It'll pull anything and the ride and the cabin is very comfortable with plenty of room. I'm a big fan of this truck.
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    Very nice rig.. I have the same GT and a 08 F350 SRW setup.. wish I had the 6.7L... probably put a Banks setup on 6.4L.. Still , it pulls a 11k RV trailer very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2112 View Post
    LOL, Yeah, There isn't even enough room to really move around. Engines, fuel, sit down and ride.

    Are you close to the St. Lawrence waterway? I always wanted to do the 1000 Island run. I have seen pictures and it looks gorgeous.
    I'm minutes from the St-Lawrence waterways, in Quebec. My Sunseeker hit rock in July (historically low waters) and she's been sitting it out since then...2 props, 1 Bravo drive and 2 feet. I've been busy with the home move and renovations, so no time to look after the Sunseeker...

    I'm gonna sell her as is and get something more like a 510 Twin BRP 23'...better suited for the waters around here and she'll do a good 80 MPH, unchipped...and run all day for a few hundred bucks instead of a few thousand in the Sunseeker. :) I hate pissing money away to fuel a 34' pig...what a waste and she can't do more than 60 anyway. At least if it'd do 90-100, I'd consider keeping her.
    2005 Yellow/Black GT (in the wrapper)
    2005 White/Blue GT - 783 WHP
    2008 Viper SRT10 Roadster - 610 WHP
    2008 Corvette Z06 (blower) 950+ WHP
    2013 GMC Sierra 3500HD Duramax Denali DRW - 680 RWHP

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