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Old 09-08-2016, 11:58 AM
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Default Velocity 39' Boat Mold For Sale - Brand New Model

This is a unique opportunity to own a brand new 39' high performance center console Hull mold designed in partnership with the founder of Velocity Powerboats Mr. Steve Stepp. The mold has a 10.5' beam and a 24 degree deadrise. Attached is a rendering of the finished product and pics of the actual mold. This sale is for the hull mold only. Contact me if interested. $150,000 buys it. Eric Oley 727-776-4204 or [email protected]
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Old 09-08-2016, 12:15 PM
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no steps ?
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no steps ?
As ironic as it may be, Steve Stepp never put steps in his hulls, pad V hulls all the way and they are fast
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is there a cap or stringer mold?
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As ironic as it may be, Steve Stepp never put steps in his hulls, pad V hulls all the way and they are fast

Thanks for the info! Just seems like steps are the newest rage. It seems like there's steps on everything now I DIG the ride tho
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Steps in hull will get you more speed, but handling at high speeds is compromised compared to a padded V Hull . I owned a 22' Steve Stepp Velocity w/ a healthy single Chevy 350 [ 75 mph ride ]

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I owned a 32 velocity with twin 555 big blocks, ran 90 but was a hell of a hull to handle until you got used to the pad. Was not a fan of having 4 out of 32 feet in the water
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I owned a 32 velocity with twin 555 big blocks, ran 90 but was a hell of a hull to handle until you got used to the pad. Was not a fan of having 4 out of 32 feet in the water

Maybe slow it down to 80? That would get you more hull in the water. lol
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ran 90 but was a hell of a hull to handle until you got used to the pad
what's riding on the pad feel like? Sorry for the silly question but I am genuinely curious. Does it chine walk or feel squirrely ?Sounds intense.
I've heard riding on the "pad" a lot and I just gotta know.
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In Relatively calm water it is Awesome, next best thing to a performance Catamaran.
I owned a Outboard powered Bartel Cat similar to a Skater or Motion which is a whole other Beast. As far as riding on a pad, the boat feels weightless, tight turns at Very high speeds just like a Cat can be a handful, but they are extremely fast .
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Feeling weightless is a great explanation. You really need to be in calm water, the slightest ripple can take you off the pad, rendering your hands full to control
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Feeling weightless is a great explanation. You really need to be in calm water, the slightest ripple can take you off the pad, rendering your hands full to control
Did this mold sell?
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