Killin Time is on the jig, birth of DB 15.6 CR Deckover

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Lookin' good Wayne!

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Thanks everyone, boat is really coming along nice, should be running it this next week if all goes as planned. Lot of things on the boat are really functional as well looking nice. Diamondback, Senenich, Mast Motorsports and all the vendors get the credit for a great build
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Guys sent me a Valentine present pick of the motor with new valve covers that cover up fuel injectors, cool burp tap above the belt drive, also the ecu and fuse panel for the engine is mounted under the motor in sweet box. The cage is just too cool as well plus them Saber blades not half bad :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Got a ? Wayne why paint the deck red and just cover it up
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PAINKILLER wrote:Got a ? Wayne why paint the deck red and just cover it up
The seadek will keep the boat were I can use it without worring about scratching up the deck, fancy painted decks are great but my ride buddies are 2 100ea American bulldogs so I do not want to worry about scratching the deck. The why paint it, it will show the candy red around the edges of the boat and hatch doors as well, grass rack has rino liner on the face and top, I drive this the same way as the old boat so functionality is also my goal but it does look good with all that candy red kinda hate to cover it up :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Funny you say don't want to scratch the deck a girl told me thats what airboats are made for getting scratches on the deck :shock: :shock: :shock: :thumbleft: :thumbleft: :thumbleft:
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Wayne,

Just in time for the FREEDOM RIDE! really sweet looking setup. those blades make that boat look like its doing 100mph setting still

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Thanks again everyone, as you can see Killin Time is coming to life, Seadek and few other touches and we should hit the water mid week, Just outstanding job by Diamondback :thumbleft: See everyone at the Freedom Ride if all goes well this week , thanks for all th elooks I am really honored :cheers:

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Named my Searay that in 1989 always like Killin time lol

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The boat look's bad ass Wayne.
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Can't wait to line up with the uptake rotax. Just gotta spot me 350' before you hit the key. JK of course. Beautiful job Wayne.

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Wayne it came out great! Well this is probably going to be the last boat that you get built out that really impresses me. Might as well get with the Team Diamondback crew and start specs for a TURBOPROP build!

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Thanks guys Bobby's team is awesome he has sold 3 more builds that will be open hull versions of Killin Time and Bobby says " well not sure what we will come up with next but we will think of something" :D :D :D :D Watching his team design new stuff is too cool, it is all the small touches that make it really cool JMO. Each department has creative control so you get like 5 Bobby's for price of one. Turn Scooter, Tommy and the rest of guys loose and let them run with it :thumbleft:
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Wow Wayne the boat looks incredable, I just got back from a week in England was a the British shooting show and could not wait to log on to see where the boat was at, can't wait to see it is persom one day :alien:
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Sniper wrote:Wow Wayne the boat looks incredable, I just got back from a week in England was a the British shooting show and could not wait to log on to see where the boat was at, can't wait to see it is persom one day :alien:

Thanks Sniper we have to ride and do a little shooting as well The Seadek really did it up nice and Rusty Butraxx Seat are outstanding plus Bobby did a great good cleaning up the wiring on the Mast Motor, cannot see it but all the controls are under the engine in a sweet box add the new burp tank and custom valve covers that cover the injectors as well as the coils and clean is the word. The Senesich Sabers are nasty and after just a short run at idle really smooth. Had stop and start the seadek so finish that up in the am and time to set props and take a ride

Plus Killin Time does run !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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That's SWEET!! can't wait to see it in person at Palm Beach :thumbleft:
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:florida: Sweet! Can't wait to see it Saturday :salute:
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What I can't figure out is why it took so dam long for someone to make a trailer with the guide rollers on the side. My carpet is already ripped and wood exposed and I was thinking about replacing the wood with rollers. Guess I will just get a new trailer now. lol...OH, By the way I like it!!

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SteveReid wrote:What I can't figure out is why it took so dam long for someone to make a trailer with the guide rollers on the side.

:scratch: :scratch: :scratch: Huh? Been doin that for a long time steve.

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Looks awesome see you this weekend!
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JB550 wrote:
SteveReid wrote:What I can't figure out is why it took so dam long for someone to make a trailer with the guide rollers on the side.

:scratch: :scratch: :scratch: Huh? Been doin that for a long time steve.
I've seen people redo them. I have bought a lot of boats in my life, never has a dealed asked me if I wanted carpet or rollers!!

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