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Old 03-24-2020, 12:24 PM
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I got a chance to go by there the other day. They're tooling on the hull plug for their 340 that's coming out soon. What a great looking hull. It's looking like a bigger version of their 230 that has gotten really popular these days. My build spot for my 23' is coming up soon. I'll be starting my own build thread for it so be on the look out! Can't wait to see this thing in action. Keep up the good work guys!

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Originally Posted by datlhookYa View Post
what type of testing did you do prior to the design? All digital? Small scale in a tank?

Actually it was on a big scale in a big tank


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Originally Posted by fishnpete77 View Post
I got a chance to go by there the other day. They're tooling on the hull plug for their 340 that's coming out soon. What a great looking hull. It's looking like a bigger version of their 230 that has gotten really popular these days. My build spot for my 23' is coming up soon. I'll be starting my own build thread for it so be on the look out! Can't wait to see this thing in action. Keep up the good work guys!

Would love to see it, i followed their smaller version and really like the looks and the ride. Would be interested in pricing on a 34 once they get the bugs out of it.
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Well, I guess now is a good time to start with the build pics...
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Definitely a beast in the making.....saw the plug last week also....will be following the build pics.....👍
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Same lines as the 23' should be an amazing boat
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Is this based of the Bertram 33?
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Price?
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Not exactly sure on pricing yet. Trying to start it around $200K. We are offering discount pricing for people who invest into the build process. Email me for details Mike@reefrunnerboats.com
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Can the fuel capacity be increased ? if so to what amount
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We're aiming for 400 gallons or more if possible.
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What is that spray?

This is the plug right?

How do you know where to put the strakes?

why such a big jump in length?
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Originally Posted by cfauvel View Post
What is that spray?

This is the plug right?

How do you know where to put the strakes?

why such a big jump in length?
Yes My friend, that is the plug. The spray is clear duratech with red m.e.k. We put 12" of chines and lifting strakes per side in place to give the best amount of lift when getting up on plane. We jumped to 34' because two paying customers are investing in the build process. They will get the first two boats. After this project we'll be bringing out a 28'
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