190 Outrage modified by Lightinin Fiberglass for da Hawaiian waters

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

  1. Evan808

    Evan808 Newbie

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    Solid ride JB. I went to daves shop in hanapepe to pick up some thrust washers for my yamaha 100's and seen your pimp mobile over there. Sorry but I left a fat puddle of drool on it
     
  2. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    Update 10/21/10, just waiting on the electronics (deck lights, transducer, ETC.)

    Should be in the water this weekend if everything shows in the mail.

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  3. grander007

    grander007 Well-Known "Member"

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    Niiiiice!

    Tight lines!
     
  4. drew2578

    drew2578 Newbie

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    dude! make sure you put extra bugees in the boat to hold down the fishbox lids when they're full to the top.. :)
     
  5. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    Took it out 100% better balance and tracks much straighter. Was able to hit a little over 30 knots with twin yamaha 60hp. Burns 2.2 GPH (both motors) at trolling speed 7.5-7.8 knots, burns 3 GPH at 10 knots for both motors.Have a couple things it needs done still but its completely fish ready. Going out later this week with fishing poles for the first time.

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  6. beauchat

    beauchat Newbie

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    Looking good. I like the love seat in the front.
     
  7. crzyhawn

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    sweeeet ride.....
     
  8. captdon1

    captdon1 Newbie

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    JB , VERY NICE WORK INDEED! AS A BOAT BUILDER MYSELF I WOULD HAVE TO SAY WHOEVER DONE THE WORK DID A TOP NOTCH JOB !! NOT EASY TO EXTEND AND MAKE IT BLEND IN PERFECT LIKE THAT, NOW THAT LOOKS LIKE A FISHING MACHINE,LOTS OF HOURS PUT IN FOR SURE. WILL BE WAITING FOR SOME FISHING REPORTS/PICS SOON.

    ALOHA CAPTDON
     
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  9. wisebob

    wisebob Newbie

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    You will love the Yamaha command link. I installed it myself on my boat last year; very easy to do and easy to use. In addition to the tachometer gauge, you should seriously consider getting the combination SPEED+FUEL MANAGEMENT gauge.

    If you hook up the SPEED+FUEL gauge to your GPS, it will calculate real time MPG readings to tell you exactly how you are doing on fuel economy; not just the typical GPH reading. It also keeps track of how much fuel you burn during your trip which is a major plus.

    bob
     
  10. naturallystoned

    naturallystoned Newbie

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    Hey JB, jus wonderin if u were able to get ur deck bloody!?! boat looks awsome.
     
  11. power2boat

    power2boat Newbie

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    Well JB,have you broken in those motors yet? Would like some feed back on power with a load.I'm running a pair of 70 hp susukis on a 22' light Outrage.
    Seems about right,can't go full throttle around here anyway.Nice boat, aloha Bert.
     
  12. J_B

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    Yeah we were able to get the decks a little bloody, got an 18 lb Aku and a nice Ono, sorry for the late post.

    Boat runs great with the twin 60hp Yamaha High Thrust tops out at a little over 30 knots with gas and ice, trolls nicely burning 1 gallon an hour per motor.

    Never LOADED UMM up yet, but the motors should still have more then you will ever need around here.

    Love seat:rofl:at least I finally have back support.

    My secret weapon to draw the strike is to have the wife flash :boobies: the spread behind the boat, shhhh that's why we like to fish alone.

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  13. naturallystoned

    naturallystoned Newbie

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    nice ono JB, I wouldn't be suprised if you started 2 notice some boats tailing u now that u gave out ur secret teaser method! I should have my little whaler back in the water any day now after having it in the garage 4 the last 8 months fabing a half cab and repowering it, cyked! Happy huntin in 2011!
     
  14. J_B

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    I put on my boat name decals a while back, A sure sign in Kapaa has all kinds of lettering to choose from.

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  15. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    The motors are broken in, the biggest load I have had yet is 184lbs Ahi and 200lbs of ice + Brime. could still hit 28 knots.

    I am impressed with the Yamaha 60hp high thrust motors!!!

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    JB
     
  16. naturallystoned

    naturallystoned Newbie

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    Boat looks cherry, good to hear u been gettin some wieght in it! not sure if my pix of my new cab i built an recent ono will come through, new @ doin these posts! john
     

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  17. naturallystoned

    naturallystoned Newbie

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    Well it looks like the pix went through so i"ll add another of the mahi that was also caught that day!
     

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  18. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    Right on John da boat looks killer and the little guy looks like he had a blast getting some nice fish on da boat.
     
  19. naturallystoned

    naturallystoned Newbie

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    Ok one more pic since this is BloodyDecks, heres alittle ono blood to add with the Mahis that was caught about 1/2 hour prior!
     

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  20. J_B

    J_B Captain

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    Solid Ono John! Should have taken a before and after of this tuna bleed like crazy! Big yellow's are out their just gotta run um ova!
     

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