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Badlatitude

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Thats a members boat. He has two for sale. The other one is a green twin screw.

Bolth have threads in the for sale section.
 

CCtuna

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Would love to see pics with the pulpit
 

machaca

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I havent had the pulpit on the boat, but still have it and all the hardware steering etc... I have charter headboat permit for the boat so never went on. I am going to have both boats in the water for sea trail for the next couple of weeks then haul out. I redid the boat three years ago and did new motor transmission 6 inch exhaust shaft rudder prop pumped out and cleaned the fiberglass tanks new fuel lines racor hydraulic tank new epirb solas life raft batteries inverter survival suits boat needs nothing runs great thanks, Willy
 

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Baddddd Assssss
I had capalano for steering. What's Hydroslave? Is it power steering?
Thanks-Phil
 

machaca

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Thanks Phil The hydroslave steering is power steering which runs off a hydraulic pump which runs off the motor the hydraulic pump also can run a hauler or bandit reel the steering is very responsive- one and a half turns from hard over to hard over the boat has three steering helms wheelhouse, bridge and tower, the ones for the tower station are run on quick connect hoses so they are removed as the upper station is removed

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Takes a little getting used to if you haven't had it before b/c it's so touchy, but power steering is the cat's ass when your running downsea.
 

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Wondering what power it had before the cummins?
I have an 84' casco bay with a 220 Perkins .
Thinking about a repower, if I can't tone down the smoke.
 

machaca

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Boat is going to be in the water until the first or second week of december and can take it for a ride anytime until then thanks,
 

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the boat had a volvo 61a for a motor 300 hp went pretty good older style volvo had lots of the dreaded o rings had 5 inch straight exhaust I changed to 6 inch for cummins put a flapper, a surge tube and a riser to get the exhuast 12" above the waterline also had to change the fuel lines from 3/8 to 1/2 inch also changed the all the beds for the motor
 

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the old perkins are brutal to get parts for if you can even get them the 315 is good power for that hull 16-17 knot cruise 20-21 in the corner I was thinking about putting in a reman 430 c series but probaly would have gone a little quicker but burned more fuel and would have involved a lot more modification and added more weight
 
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