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I've been posting random pictures all over and figured I'd make a thread that shows the whole build. This was done on the cheap so don't expect anything fancy.
 

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I gutted everything and stripped it down to a bare hull.
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Sanded it all down and prepped it for paint. And also put it a couple battery spots up front.
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On goes the paint.
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Picked up this old trihull with a 40hp on the back for $500
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All mounted on the boat and took it for a test run.
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Time for the platform.
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Rails are on.
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Thanks!
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Instead of adding 2 more 150hps, move the 2 on the front V to the back of the deck and add 2 400hps onto the v casting light at an angle.

You would be more than covered with that.
 

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Instead of adding 2 more 150hps, move the 2 on the front V to the back of the deck and add 2 400hps onto the v casting light at an angle.

You would be more than covered with that.
I know. They are a little out of my price range right now though. I Figure whenever I can afford to upgrade to a couple 400 watt lights I'll just move the 6-8 150s down the sides and at the same time I'll upgrade to dual 2000w Hondas for power.
By then I'll probably be getting a bigger boat too. It never ends. :lol:
 
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