190 Outrage modified by Lightinin Fiberglass for da Hawaiian waters

Discussion in 'Hawaiian Fishing Reports Forum' started by J_B, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    Here is my 08' whaler just about done. It is now 21' long x 8' beam

    Gotta do a few things fish box, seats, etc. Power Twin Yamaha 4-stroke 60Hp high thrust.

    Just wanted to share some pictures. Will update once done

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  2. sdfishkiller

    sdfishkiller Cod Smuggler

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    Hey that's my same boat! Awesome work, Dr. Frankenstein! Takes balls to modify. Looks like a good job.
     
  3. munsen13

    munsen13 Newbie

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    JB.....Looks sick, makes me wanna do that to mine. Awesome work keep us posted.
     
  4. ALOHABIRD

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    AWESOME! I BET YOU CAN'T WAIT!
     
  5. Vigilant32

    Vigilant32 I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I like it, looks more stable than a factory 190. Have fun with her.

    How would this model fair over there? I need to come to the Islands some time soon..

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  6. drew2578

    drew2578 Newbie

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    That thing is sick man!! The only thing you're going to do now is go to a dual axle trailer cause all the weight of the fish that thing goin catch.
     
  7. BNaks

    BNaks Newbie

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    That is a pimp ass ride....
     
  8. watch-n-learn

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    very nice!
     
  9. Startmeup

    Startmeup Official Sponsor of Bloodydecks Advertiser

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    Nice work!The boat looks better than new.Doug
     
  10. navyaircrew

    navyaircrew Newbie

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    wow... that came out nice dude... you'll be dry for sure and the ride will be great... a bit heavier in the seastate keepin her tracking good... congrats man...
     
  11. KONAGOLD TOO

    KONAGOLD TOO Newbie

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    nice ass ride....i like that.
     
  12. spock

    spock Newbie

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    Hey JB,

    Nice work on the extension of your boat! The work is so seamless that if you didn't know what kind of boat it is, it would be hard to tell that an extension was done. Was it based on the other boat in the pic? Looks similar. Congrats and good luck with the "new" ride!
     
  13. all_bent

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    cheee lightnin fiberglass FTW!!!

    definetly gonna need to upgrade your trailer bra u nuts if u going tow that thing with one axle.
     
  14. jonesd055

    jonesd055 Newbie

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    Killer modifications, got any more photos of the interior/cabin area? The work looks seamless/like it came from the factory like dat, very nice.

    Aloha,
    Jonesy
     
  15. gofish808

    gofish808 Newbie

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    Hats off to lightinin. That is one sick whaler.
     
  16. Lokelani Kai

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    Damn JB that boat is looking real awesome. Bet you can't wait to get her in the water! The cabin and the extension will be the best money put into your boat. Have a glaspro that I put a cab on and the boat handling and ride improved 100% . The bonus is I don't get soaked at 5 in the morning ha ha! Good luck and enjoy your new ride! Aloha Al
     
  17. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    Yeah dual axle trailer should be here next week.

    Same cab as the boat in the other pic but John K. came up with the extension idea to adapt twin motors and improve the ride.

    Raja Dat! I stay nutz but not stupid:rofl:

    I will have more pictures once boat gets buttoned up by the end of August.

    You know dat! Yeah sure glad I had Lightnin do the work, extension came out so nice :drool:


    Thanks for all the input

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  18. dausualinc

    dausualinc Newbie

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    Right on JB the boat looks solid and definately looks like a Kauai boat. I'm gonna ask the question that everyone is wondering.......Whats the grand total$$$$
     
  19. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    2008 Outrage: $36,000
    Cab/ Fish box/Extension and Accessories (new rod holders, seats, wishbone outrigger set up, pop top, windows): $12,000
    2010 Twin Yamaha 60hp high thrust 4 stroke with 25" leg(5" extension kit): $16,000
    New dual axle trailer Galvanized (torsion axle): $5,000

    Total: $69,000 - $70,000

    ouch it hurts to add up all the money I spent on my boat this year and never fished the boat. B.O.A.T - bust out another thousand! I didn't wanna **** around, figured if I was gonna do anything to my boat it would be "All DA Way" no half *** ****. I am happy with how the boat came out and my wife wouldn't allow me to buy a boat that could sink so I did what I must. If she wasn't so worried about the ocean (here name is Moana) I would have probably got a 27' Lightnin Radon. My Whaler has brought us good luck and it is within our means (gas/maintenance) . I can clean it easy lunch it by myself and the wife is usually the only crew. Also on the North Shore of Kauai you have to be very skilled to launch out of Anini in a boat over 25'. I am happy with the choice I made and hope to get it in the water soon to try it out. Hopefully catch some fish!

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  20. drew2578

    drew2578 Newbie

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    It should be B.O.A.T.T - bust out another ten thousand :)
     

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