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  1. Oct 17, 2019 #1

    julianconde

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    my name is Julian Conde I am the Owner and builder of the F1 Racing boats (Speedmaster Monos).
    Speedmaster Monos Currently hold multiple IMPBA World Records in straight away SAW/Oval and have won many races and there very competitive boats.

    Currently we offer the Speedmaster 29" 3.5cc Mono and the Speedmaster 37.5" 7.5cc Mono hulls.

    **Boat Hulls come with: Tank Tray, Radio Box, Radio Box Lid and Instructions in your basic colors (Blue, Yellow, Green, Red, White, Orange) and others.**

    **All Boats come with glassed in Stringers**

    **HARDWARE KIT INLCUDES: Rudder with bracket, Drop down motor mount, Strut, Pipe Mount, Trim Tabs and Turn Fin **

    **CMB Engines, Headers and Pipes can be Purchased thru Speedmaster Boats**

    for more information please send me a PM or my contact information is on the price sheet

    thank you

    Julian Conde
    F1 Racing Boats
    (Speedmaster)

    Speedmaster 20 Mono (hull, radio box with lid and tank tray) no hardware 29’’L x 9’’ W = $190.00 with hardware kit $393.68

    Speedmaster 45 Mono (hull, radio box with lid and tank tray) no hardware 37.5’’ L x 11’’ W = $255.00 with hardware kit $467.75

    Metal Flake Gelcoat (Top Deck Only) = $50.00


    Any Questions Please Contact;

    Julian Conde
    speedmasterboats@gmail.com
    561-412-6506
     

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    David Ashcroft

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    Wtf builder since when? Last I read you don't even have time to run a boat..
     
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    I purchased these molds and the Speedmaster boat company from Ron drake A few months ago. I been doing templates and other modifications on how I want to build the boats ect.

    So that’s what I have been doing with my time instead of going to the pond.

    there’s a Speedmaster 45 boat I build for Ian and it’s already in Australia Getting rigged.

    julian
     
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    What type of layup, resin, cloth etc. are you using? Are they vacuum bagged?
     
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    Richard Hartley

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    Way to go Julian!
     
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    Very kewl stuff Julian,
    Glad to see they are being made available again.
    Best if luck with you new venture!
     
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    David Ashcroft

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    Ok great Julian good luck,,and yes Ian can get those speedmaster hulls flying..
     
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    Resin = VinylEsther resin

    type of material it depends (Mat 3/4 oz and 1.5 oz Or 10oz fiber glass cloth.

    Hand layup these are not vacuumed bagged.
     
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    Did you check that allow Strake wide bottom deck shape for legal on NAMBA ??
     
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    Allan Yuen these Speedmaster boats are legal in all organizations and have been racing in impba and Namba for a very long time way over 15 years
     
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    Julian,

    Can I get a custom color like baby blue?

    Let Me Know Please?

    Mark Sholund
     
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    That’s can be arranged
     
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    Mine's still going strong since 2003!


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    Here's the hardware config. that works best for me (Thanks Jerry):


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    Good luck Julian!
     
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    thank terry your boat look very nice.
     
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    thanks terry I sent them a request for some samples ;)
     
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    My Speedmaster 45 almost ready for the water. Baby Julian approves
     

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    Wow, that's awesome!... I'm in the market for a Speedmaster 21... there are a couple in our

    club, and the prez did well with his at Brandon last year.

    I'm curious to know if you can lay one up from CF...assuming you're bagging them.

    I'm going to pass this info along to some guys here in MI... Speedmaster 21's and 45's were really

    popular up here.

    Please PM me if you want to sell me one- thank you.

    Tim
     
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    Good but can you show pictures bottom with strake also radio box , tank tray and hardware kit for 40 mono ?? Thanks
     
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    ill send you ma PM there is a part that was laid up in CF/Kevlar I don't bag but they can be laid up as normal. heres a example of a hand laid up boat in question is the one on the left. I did not lay up these parts Ron Drake did before I purchased everything from him. I made changes to the boats and also to the stringers as I'm not using wood at all on my boats
     

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