Raptor Carbon 8255 Sport Hydro .12 25"x13"

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  1. Oct 23, 2018 #1

    RaceMechaniX

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    ***SOLD***Guys I am selling a vacuum bagged all carbon 8255 sport hydro produced by Brian Buaas.

    Boat weighs 15oz and measures 25" long by 14" wide.

    Would make a great .12 sport hydro or a fun FE project.

    Looking for $250 shipped CONUS. I can ship overseas at buyers expense.

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    Mike Hughes

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    MINE MINE MINE........you cant have!!!
     
  4. Oct 23, 2018 #4

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    Sold to Mike.
     
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    Matt Krieger

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    How did this sell? I don't see an I'll take it post......

    As I can see I'm the first one to say I'll take it..
     
  6. Oct 23, 2018 #6

    Mike Hughes

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    Bought it on another site.
     
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    jim kapanowski

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    will you be building them with rails???
     
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    Ok turdball send me a snake kit
     
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    Can these still be brought new.
     
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    Samuel Hagan JR

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    To bad it isn't 43" long.
     
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    I can build you one of these. It's 43" and 4lb 10oz as shown.

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    I still have the molds.
     
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    I would like to see the bottom of this please,
     
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    Pretty sure its a Velasco no need to see the bottom. Its plain and it works well
     
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    How about some 12 and 21 pipes Brian?
     
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    Like one of these, bought from Brian himself, paid 125 US for it, you want it? Make me an offer? Its a 21 muffled pipe, crazy quiet!

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    I think im after the Marty Davis monster pipe
     
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    Sending you a pm.
     
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    The 1/8 scale is a Velasco. I have Henry's molds. I'll see if I can dig up a pic of the bottom. It is simple and it works.

    They are bagged carbon using Resin Research epoxy with 3/16 aluminum transom and turnfin reinforcements. They come in at roughly 4 3/4 pounds with cowl and they are tough.

    $800 plus shipping.

    Planning on doing a run of pipes and 90 degree pressure fittings this winter as well.
     

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