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  1. 03-11-2020 05:16 AM
    I had a 2000 322-it had a single step-it was not kevlar-rode extremely well-mine was equipped with 2 225 optimaxs -cruised in the low 40's and topped out at around 50- got good efficiency-i believe it weighed more than 3,300 lbs (more like 6,000),-suggest you reach out to intrepid customer service-they were always extremely helpful-if Joe beaver is still there, a conversation with him should get you all of the information you need. they may have offered kevlar as an add on in 2000, but I do not think so. happy to answer any more questions. also, my 322 outperformed fountains, etc at that time-great boat.
  2. 03-11-2020 01:21 AM
    Hi Marlinlane - have had various boats over the years from Potter built 23' SeaCraft to 50' Viking MY. Am looking at a 2000 Intrepid 322 Cuddy for the next adventure in boating. The later 327 was designed heavier and specifically for more powerful 4 stroke outboards. Powerboat Guide says the 322 has a "high performance hull". Does High Performance mean Kevlar or just stepped? The 322 apears to have 2 steps vs 1 in later models. Also the PBG says 3300 lbs for weight. Remarkably light for that length vs other, later Intrepids. Kevlar?? Would a 2000 322 transom & hull handle two 300 HP Yamaha 4 strokes?
    thanks in advance for a reply

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