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  1. #11
    Easy fix for the red!!! We take your deposit and design it with the colors of your choice.....

  2. #12
    Here in the rig department, the 28 is being assembled and wired. We are using Livorsi mega rim smart craft gauges. We opted to use clear anodizing for a more elegant look. The stereo system will be Alpine ipod and sirus ready it will have two PDX digital amps with 2000 watts of power two 12" sub woofers and eight component speakers. Attachment 12412Attachment 12413Attachment 12414

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    Inside the rig bay, getting all wired up and installing all the hardware. It will have the billet package in clear ano for a more elegant look. Livorsi smartcraft with red mega rim gauges were selected for this build. also the 2000 watt Alpine system is being pre wired as well.Click image for larger version. 

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    Junior Member CodeBlue72's Avatar
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    May 2013
    Looking Good !!
    Keep the Updates Comming !

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    Colors look good cant wait to see the finish product

  7. #17
    where is your shop?

  8. #18
    We are located at 1451 pomona Rd Corona Ca. 92882 We are inside the Tige' watersports building just off the 91 fwy.

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    Senior Member rschap1's Avatar
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    Oct 2012
    Murray Lake Lowell MI
    SHARP looking rig !!!

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    We are putting the finishing touches on our current project. Here you can see the interior installed and the stereo system is going in. As you can see some of the subtle changes we have made only enhances what used to be an Eliminator Fun Deck. What we were trying to accomplish is a roomier cockpit feeling. We actually gained two more seats and more storage by eliminating the refrigerator piece that used to protrude into the walk way. At the helm we used the gunnal to build a control pod so we were able to move the seat closer to the side of the boat and that allowed us to center the steering wheel with the drivers seat as well. We also decided to use a single bucket seat at the helm instead of the person and a half seat. This will allow the driver a more comfortable and secure feeling as they pilot their boat. Please let us know your thoughts and opinions as I welcome your input as we progress in our future projects. Thanks again for looking, we will be wrapping this one up next week as soon as the Merc Racing 525 arrives.

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