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39 SeaveeZ tower boat repowered 350 Suzuki's

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Old 10-11-2017, 01:18 PM
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Default 39 SeaveeZ tower boat repowered 350 Suzuki's

We got to do another 39 SeaveeZ with quad 350 Suzuki's. This boat came out of 300 zukes and also gained 7 mph on the top end, same as we have seen on all the 350 upgrades. All customers have been real happy with the 350 performance and handling as well as the fuel efficiency.

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I really like the design of these engines.

a 7mph increase is HUGE in the boating world.
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I'm going to put you on my contact list to see if it tells me of new posts - always overlook you guys. Great work OBS
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So what are the WOT and cruise numbers?
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I'm going to put you on my contact list to see if it tells me of new posts - always overlook you guys. Great work OBS
Thank You, unfortunately its hard for me to post all the repowers on here but if you follow our facebook page I upload a lot of them on there. I can do that mobile while still on the boat usually.

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So what are the WOT and cruise numbers?
Wot we saw 69mph, because of the tower its a little less then my 39 with no tower. half fuel and 4 guys. Cruise mid 40's at 1mpg
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You guys do great work on the installations and go above and beyond. I'm extremely happy with the twin 200's you guys rigged on my 25 Competition. I've got over 100 hours on them already and performing flawlessly. Did a 716 mile trip from Miami to Staniel Cay and back and only burned 355 gallons.
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Originally Posted by 13 Rounds View Post
You guys do great work on the installations and go above and beyond. I'm extremely happy with the twin 200's you guys rigged on my 25 Competition. I've got over 100 hours on them already and performing flawlessly. Did a 716 mile trip from Miami to Staniel Cay and back and only burned 355 gallons.
That's awesome to hear, great trip I'm sure.
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Looks great. Wonder how 3 of them on a 33t would perform
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Looks great. Wonder how 3 of them on a 33t would perform
Lets find out,lol. We will be doing a 36 yellowfin in the coming weeks with trips, not same boat but a good comparison since he is coming out of 350 v-rods.
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I saw you said a Yellowfin yesterday and I was hoping it was a 36'. I think that hull has had every engine combo available and will be a good yardstick for me at least.
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Lets find out,lol. We will be doing a 36 yellowfin in the coming weeks with trips, not same boat but a good comparison since he is coming out of 350 v-rods.
The 350 racing motors? Either way those would be numbers I would be interested in.
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Pretty sure they are regular 350's, they were installed last year. Before the repower we will get numbers and specs for a good comparison.
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