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Old 17-02-2011, 06:42 PM   #1
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Twister 24 for sale......

World Championship 3C Boat for Sale
Twister 24í Catamaran built in October 2009 to the very highest specification. White hull with removable graphics.
Full UIM 508 canopy with latest design roll cages.
2010 Second generation Mercury 200XS with low hours.
New, galvanised, twin axle, custom built, Satellite trailer.
Rigged to the highest specification, including Flats Jac lifter, side ram hydraulic steering, Hummingbird electronics and communications and a choice of propellers.
This boat won the French 3C Championship in 2010, driven by Philippe Ricardo and is turn-key ready for the 2011 World 3C Championships in Sweden.
Can be seen in its own showroom in Porto Vecchio, Corsica. (£30 return RyanAir).
Complete Rig - Ä40,000 or without engine - Ä30,000.
For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact Barrie Williams on 07738 637912 or b.williams5@btinternet.com or pm on Boatmad.
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Old 18-02-2011, 08:52 AM   #2
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I don't understand why they wouldn't bond the roll bar into the boat, at least for the roll part part? I would have thought that it would be possible for the rest of it to end up in bits all around you with the roll bar still sticking up?
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Old 18-02-2011, 03:03 PM   #3
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Why would bonding it prevent that? it's either strong enough, or it isn't.

It's a lovely boat, someone needs to buy it and put Pete Little in the front.
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Why would bonding it prevent that? it's either strong enough, or it isn't.

It's a lovely boat, someone needs to buy it and put Pete Little in the front.
It just strikes me that two separate systems can't be as good as one? You've been doing this a lot longer than me so I'll bow to your vastly superior knowledge!

Agree with you about Pete though!
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It just strikes me that two separate systems can't be as good as one? You've been doing this a lot longer than me so I'll bow to your vastly superior knowledge!

Agree with you about Pete though!
I don't think my supposed knowledge comes into it, I just think that the rollcage is almost an "afterthought", possibly something to bolt the seats, belts etc to. I reckon the boat is probably strong enough with out it. Don't think I'd want to put it to the test though!
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