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Pics of Boston's new boat in action

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Guest Boston

thanks Keith- Looks better

Bobby-hope to see you guys soon, will be going to some events this year.

Time to start dialing in the new rig.

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BOSTON's Rig looks sweet and very dramatic in those sun setting scenes and back lit gauges

...Man I long for those familiar sites of looking out over the pickels and looking back over the race cowl...

THANKS guys its just what I needed...

HEY I also like the "in-lay" look of the guages...do they actually have the CF panel out front of the guages...if so VERY NICE detail work!!!

LETS FACE...we were just designed to be outdoors...and I know for me its really were I feel complete...!!

SORRY guys just shedding some cabin fever up here in Canada

Heres my STV photo of the day...

Titled...

'STV among the Thorns" :D

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YEP...your right Keith...just dreaming here :D

Looks Good!!!

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Hehe, I'll try to get some pics next weekend of it in it's current state.  Just put the new-to-me cowl on it last night (90's 2.4 BP cowl) and got the 5" monster tach flush mounted.

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KEITH,

YEP...she'll look sweet with the BP cowl on it! Yes ,,,make sure to post some pics for us!!!

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Guest Boston

Got back out today, had a chance to lean into it a little bit for the first time.

Was pleased to see 129 mph on the gps. The new boat handles very well. Hope with a little more dialing in will see a couple more mph.

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there are a few STV's out of the diamond shop that run those speeds-confirmed by GPS- drag power with a XR6 case- even heard of one with a sporty doing this- there are a few around that hold into it to those speeds, but you can count these guys on your left hand- nice job Boston- boat looks real nice and has the gps #'s to back it-give us some details on setup.

thx.  paul b.

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Paul-

You are right, we are all Diamond Marine customers, and it is only a few of us that are running that fast.

As for setup, I am running a 15' mid section, a sportmaster gearcase, and a 14.5 X 32 merc cleaver.

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