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Old 08-17-2020, 05:21 AM
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Not sure of the manufacturer. I don't think there's a logo or anything on them. I can check next time I'm at the boat.
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Thank you
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What are you hearing on the fuel economy of the 24 deep v?
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i have twin 200's on a deep v. I've been averaging around 2.8 mpg cruising at 4000 which is typically at 36 mph.

Very pleased with the set up so far.
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Originally Posted by worthless View Post
i have twin 200's on a deep v. I've been averaging around 2.8 mpg cruising at 4000 which is typically at 36 mph.

Very pleased with the set up so far.
Any videos of it riding in slop? I'm curious to see how they run.
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Well, I got a note from Bryan that our hull was in the mold and getting stringers next week. Should leave the mold next week. Getting excited and ready to firm up final plans and timing. Been thinking about this for a while, and anxious to fish with it. Whooo!
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Exciting!! What options have you decided on?
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Thursday plugged for some early morning striper in 2 feet of water and less. Friday ran about 16 miles offshore for flounder and Sea Bass. Only burning 16 gallons.

Versatile boat.



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Originally Posted by SaltyShepherd View Post
Thursday plugged for some early morning striper in 2 feet of water and less. Friday ran about 16 miles offshore for flounder and Sea Bass. Only burning 16 gallons.

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That’s 16 miles offshore, 48 miles total for the trip!
Old 08-25-2020, 07:06 AM
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Still haven't had a chance to get out front in rough water with the Pair, but here's some video running through LEI through slight chop.


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Anyone have draft numbers for the 24 DV with twins?

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I believe they have rigged a 24 DV with twin 175s and a single 350. It would be interesting to see the performance comparison. I've asked on their Instagram, but never received a response.

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Realistic draft on mine w twin 200's I'd say would be 20 inches or so. It's a HEAVY boat and rides accordingly.

Very pleased
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Originally Posted by worthless View Post
Realistic draft on mine w twin 200's I'd say would be 20 inches or so. It's a HEAVY boat and rides accordingly.

Very pleased
My guess would have been 18 to 20 inches. The deep v looks like a sweet ride, if the bay I fish wasn't so shallow that's what I'd have.

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On our 21 we’re planning on a 200hp. 36v MinnKota Terrova iPilot with charger. Twin 12” screens on the dash and B175 transducer. Open floor plan. Extra rod holders. Keelguard.
Would love floor paint and boot stripe, but those aren’t options.
Spare tire/mount for trailer.
Salty, it’s looking like you’re enjoying your rig!
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Originally Posted by Goose77 View Post
On our 21 we’re planning on a 200hp. 36v MinnKota Terrova iPilot with charger. Twin 12” screens on the dash and B175 transducer. Open floor plan. Extra rod holders. Keelguard.
Would love floor paint and boot stripe, but those aren’t options.
Spare tire/mount for trailer.
Salty, it’s looking like you’re enjoying your rig!
Loving it actually, have about 76 hours on her now so I’m really starting to dial it in for my needs.

Jealous about the trolling motor. Get a couple of the cup holder/rod holder combos, I wish I did.

These boats look great with the boot strip, I agree that would be a nice option. I might add one in the Shark White color (grey)



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Question. Do you guys get water in the bracket? Never had a boat with a bracket, and have read that water can get in there.
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Originally Posted by Goose77 View Post
Well, I got a note from Bryan that our hull was in the mold and getting stringers next week. Should leave the mold next week. Getting excited and ready to firm up final plans and timing. Been thinking about this for a while, and anxious to fish with it. Whooo!
How much time passed between placing the deposit and getting the hull in the mold?
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Originally Posted by Goose77 View Post
Question. Do you guys get water in the bracket? Never had a boat with a bracket, and have read that water can get in there.
Yes, but not much. I used a shop vac to suck the little bit of water out once since it's been in the water. There's only a little bit at the bottom now, nothing to cause concern.
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I noticed BoatCoversDirect now has the Pair 21 and 24 listed as available options. Has any Pair owner tried one?? I really want to get a nice cover for the winter.
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