13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by JB550 » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:53 pm

A lot of people did the same thing with ls motors....Hell they did it with carbon fiber props. Most people dont like change even when it's better for them. JMHO.

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by Prototype » Thu Dec 04, 2014 10:56 pm

MILSAR wrote:The only bonded poly that's worth a damn is the oceapoly product from Linktech. Crown left me hanging and wouldn't back their product when it failed. Even left me with $10k worth of product. For the price, I'm content with riveted poly.
But are you content with leaving terry in charge of this post and answering questions?

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by ptr34 » Thu Dec 04, 2014 11:54 pm

I said ur boat (dak10)isnt fast and I would bust that ass with my 480 14" 4 seater ride boat. And it still will. Im not one said it do 69mph in 400' guess we be sharing that crow lol.
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by ptr34 » Thu Dec 04, 2014 11:58 pm

Prototype I think ill be ok. Unless you feel u know more than I do about it
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by DynaMarine » Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:01 am

I answered the question because terry didn't rivet the poly, we did. Hard for him to do that when he's in Florida and boats are built in KS. I do trust Terry to answer any and all questions regarding boats, that's why I employ him sir.
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by Olf Art » Sun Dec 07, 2014 6:19 pm

Shane, what's your thinking on seat arrangement for this little boat? It's a perfect size for ol' folk like me because
those big 8' wide deckovers start gettin too heavy to launch and retrieve when a man is by himself. They burn less
gas than the heavier boats too. :wink:
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by DynaMarine » Sun Dec 07, 2014 6:23 pm

Going to do a single front driver with double rear and a single jump on front
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by Olf Art » Sun Dec 07, 2014 6:26 pm

MILSAR wrote:Going to do a single front driver with double rear and a single jump on front
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by pierson skunkape » Mon Dec 08, 2014 9:34 am

Loudmouths talking smack will always get it in the end.....just takes a little time 1.4L secret is out of the box but to a select few its rocket science :shock: :shock: ... we did visit the moon didn't we...?? Guess the Dyna boys just wanna put the finishing touches on a mousetrap......kinda like that RE-Evolution hull under production...wide hull open deck plan, 8" walkboards.... thats not an EVOLUTION.... more a copy of most of the florida craftsmanship we have all been seeing for the last 10-15 yrs..... ie. Hamant, Diamondback, Alumatech.....shits been evolving here in the sunshine state with these guys for years.... guess its all new.... AT LEAST TO THE NEW GUYS IN THE GAME......Lets support our :florida: :florida: Airboat fabricators... :cheers: :thumbleft:

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by DynaMarine » Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:36 am

pierson skunkape wrote:Loudmouths talking smack will always get it in the end.....just takes a little time 1.4L secret is out of the box but to a select few its rocket science :shock: :shock: ... we did visit the moon didn't we...?? Guess the Dyna boys just wanna put the finishing touches on a mousetrap......kinda like that RE-Evolution hull under production...wide hull open deck plan, 8" walkboards.... thats not an EVOLUTION.... more a copy of most of the florida craftsmanship we have all been seeing for the last 10-15 yrs..... ie. Hamant, Diamondback, Alumatech.....shits been evolving here in the sunshine state with these guys for years.... guess its all new.... AT LEAST TO THE NEW GUYS IN THE GAME......Lets support our :florida: :florida: Airboat fabricators... :cheers: :thumbleft:
As much as I'd really like to bite into this one I think I'll pass. I agree, support your Florida builders...they all produce some beautiful work and I hope to some day be on that level. Until then, I'll keep doing what I'm doing, marketing our products as I see fit and EVOLVING our products.

Thank you Mr. Pierson Skunkape....it's people like you who motivate me to do what I do :salute: :usa:
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by Olf Art » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:06 pm

Shane, I can assure you that Skunkape's comments in no way reflect the opinion of the vast majority of members on this site.
I believe I can speak for many when I say that your boats are innovative, finely built, and a welcome addition to
this sport / lifestyle.

Keep on keepin' on, man. You're a credit to this industry, and there will always be soreheads like the Ape that can't
seem to find any value in anything if there's nothing in it for them. :wink:
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by shootingtheBREEZE » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:19 pm

Milsar,

You guys build some really quality boats from what I have seen, looking forward to the finished product. Im a AC guy but who knows got me interested.

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Post by dodobird » Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:58 pm

if i had 3800 bucks to blow or whatever the price is id sure have the evo open hull under my rig that's for sure that's one sweet lookin hull
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Post by Tony480 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 3:59 pm

Olf Art wrote:Shane, I can assure you that Skunkape's comments in no way reflect the opinion of the vast majority of members on this site.
I believe I can speak for many when I say that your boats are innovative, finely built, and a welcome addition to
this sport / lifestyle.

Keep on keepin' on, man. You're a credit to this industry, and there will always be soreheads like the Ape that can't
seem to find any value in anything if there's nothing in it for them. :wink:
When's the last time you were on a boat at the lake? Better talk to a few more people before you make that ASSumption. Just hope my new 15 foot poly ride boat can keep up! :violent1:

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by sidejobs » Mon Dec 08, 2014 4:08 pm

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by amk » Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:22 pm

What you thinking a boat like this would run new if you were to sale them?

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Post by ptr34 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:33 pm

Turnkey boat?
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by Bdriller » Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:43 pm

Go figger tony the trail buster, in his vid I think I seen a weed or two, hell my rubber duck got wood!

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by ptr34 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:45 pm

Tony480 wrote:
Olf Art wrote:Shane, I can assure you that Skunkape's comments in no way reflect the opinion of the vast majority of members on this site.
I believe I can speak for many when I say that your boats are innovative, finely built, and a welcome addition to
this sport / lifestyle.

Keep on keepin' on, man. You're a credit to this industry, and there will always be soreheads like the Ape that can't
seem to find any value in anything if there's nothing in it for them. :wink:
When's the last time you were on a boat at the lake? Better talk to a few more people before you make that ASSumption. Just hope my new 15 foot poly ride boat can keep up! :violent1:
I dont think it will keep up. But ill wait up ;)
if u don't run dry .then should have gotten a bassboat
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Post by ptr34 » Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:50 pm

Headed to Florida soon
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Post by Bruce » Mon Dec 08, 2014 11:38 pm

ptr34 wrote:
Tony480 wrote:
Olf Art wrote:Shane, I can assure you that Skunkape's comments in no way reflect the opinion of the vast majority of members on this site.
I believe I can speak for many when I say that your boats are innovative, finely built, and a welcome addition to
this sport / lifestyle.

Keep on keepin' on, man. You're a credit to this industry, and there will always be soreheads like the Ape that can't
seem to find any value in anything if there's nothing in it for them. :wink:
When's the last time you were on a boat at the lake? Better talk to a few more people before you make that ASSumption. Just hope my new 15 foot poly ride boat can keep up! :violent1:
I dont think it will keep up. But ill wait up ;)

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by amk » Tue Dec 09, 2014 6:02 am

Yes turnkey minus a fancy paint job

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Post by ptr34 » Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:58 am

Pmed u
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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by Cowley » Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:00 pm

Hey Terry, Brandon and Shane,

Read this post to "Mom" and she said since you're so close to home come by and have some milk and cookies! Feelin' bad our boys are getting picked on. :lol:

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Re: 13'6 x7'6 Revo 400hp ecotec build.

Post by ptr34 » Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:05 pm

Hell yeah
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