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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanFHobart View Post
    Wow… you are right about that cost. Would anyone know if there is an equivalent similar in design and weight of a US built boat?
    someone will have the old Critchfield fomula e molds?
    USA boats tend to have huge planks so go fast but dont corner compared to euro hulls that dont have planks at all

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    In Canada they run a bunch of the small Deltas, Critchfields in the 750 and 850 class
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanFHobart View Post
    Wow… you are right about that cost. Would anyone know if there is an equivalent similar in design and weight of a US built boat?
    I really wish T750/850 was more popular in the US. The old timers by me have all moved to V&H since they no longer want to kneel down. Having a sitdown, with (seemingly) simplier rules in regards to hull and motor would be great. I'd defintely hop in one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by largecar91 View Post
    In Canada they run a bunch of the small Deltas, Critchfields in the 750 and 850 class
    Yes, yes we do. If anyone is interested in racing in Southern Ontario, please get in touch!

    We do have a 50hp Tohatsu powered T750 boat somewhere amongst the racers. Wish we had more boats with that motor running.

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    Heres's a few t750 tohatsu's racing - can still buy the 50 carby 15" will small case in Asia.
    I have raced in HK, Macau, Singapore, Thailand
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    Default 2 Strokes in California and Jail Time

    Powerabout, in California you can't buy a two stroke "Weed Eater". Everything has to erecctric so we won't have global warming. We can buy used two strokes....

    That three banger with the small gearcases sound inviting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    Powerabout, in California you can't buy a two stroke "Weed Eater". Everything has to erecctric so we won't have global warming. We can buy used two strokes....

    That three banger with the small gearcases sound inviting.
    Do you have thundercats down there most have/had Tohatsu 50 in the stock class from years ago?
    https://www.ibr.us/

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    Default No Racing SLT's in California

    Greg Foster has one and we have one. Ours is still in a box. I bought a two stroke 50 Merc but it is too heavy, just made a deal on two 50 Yamaha's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    Greg Foster has one and we have one. Ours is still in a box. I bought a two stroke 50 Merc but it is too heavy, just made a deal on two 50 Yamaha's.
    Do the Yams have trim, that a very cool feature with them an option to have 15" with trim.
    Many people use them on 15" omc's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerabout View Post
    Do the Yams have trim, that a very cool feature with them an option to have 15" with trim.
    Many people use them on 15" omc's
    Yes they do. The 15" Yamaha trim units were used on a few Yamaha models and are pretty popular for adapting to a bunch of relevant motors..

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