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Old 30-10-2007, 08:52 PM   #1
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New Bling from the States

Arrived today, some bling for the boat.....

Pair of Spinelli 28" props mmmmmmm they look fantastic

Bravo 1 26" brand new with Flo-Torq hub assembly kit mmmmmm

The dining room table is getting a bit cluttered with bits for the boat.

Going to give them a try over the weekend

Might have the Spinelli's for sale if the L.H prop is no good for my boat or on the other hand will definately have the R.H one for sale if the boat likes the L.H prop...

just had to include some pictures coz they are so blingy...
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Old 30-10-2007, 10:39 PM   #2
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"Might" be interested in the RH spinelli
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Old 30-10-2007, 10:49 PM   #3
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OK Matt, I will keep you in mind, will be down at Drivers on saturday are you still sanding the Canopy??
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Old 31-10-2007, 07:42 AM   #4
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Arrived today, some bling for the boat.....

Pair of Spinelli 28" props mmmmmmm they look fantastic

Bravo 1 26" brand new with Flo-Torq hub assembly kit mmmmmm

The dining room table is getting a bit cluttered with bits for the boat.

Going to give them a try over the weekend

Might have the Spinelli's for sale if the L.H prop is no good for my boat or on the other hand will definately have the R.H one for sale if the boat likes the L.H prop...

just had to include some pictures coz they are so blingy...

I'll take the bravo 1 off your hands when you find the engine hasn't enough torque to swing it.[ooh baby]

Seriously though I have a 26" maximus that you could give a go if you like. Don't know if you could swing it without taking a bit of diameter off but would be an interesting effort. Doesn't really work for me as the drive isn't high enough.

"The Maximus is offered in 15 5/8" diameter for go fast step Vee bottoms with high "X" dimension. This large diameter coupled with shortening the diffuser ring is a Poker Runners winning combination. The 15 1/4" diameter is offered specifically for the Shortly Sport Master where gearcase clearance is critical. The 15" diameter is a must for the awesome performance Cats and part of the recipe for top end numbers is to also remove some of the diffuser ring minimizing stern lift all to hit the big numbers. Pitch range is 24" through 35" in one inch increments."
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Old 31-10-2007, 09:41 AM   #5
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You might want to give the Trophy Plus in 28" a go.. Smaller diameter than the Bravo1..
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Old 31-10-2007, 03:00 PM   #6
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Motivator my ol Shipmate,

Just imagine how cool and non-chav the Sunseeker would look with a Pair of Spinnelli's on the back... would definately take your eyes away from the Burbery Check upholstery...

How's the old beast going? got her back running yet? oh, "Lik's" visa has come through from the home office, I will forward it on to you..

Cheers mate..
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