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    150MPH + 377 Cat for Sale
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    This may be the fastest Hustler 377 Cat I've heard about. Anyone else think of any faster????

    http://loz.craigslist.org/boa/2811562894.html

    .....2003 HUSTLER TALON 377 CAT........1800HP.......MERC NO 6....CHEAP - $137500 (loz)

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    Date: 2012-01-21, 5:00PM CST
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    for more info go it powerboatlistings . com I have it listed on there with more photos


    2003 HUSTLER TALON
    LIMITED EDITION KEITH EICKERT 377.

    ONLY 140 HOURS.
    IT HAS EFI 850 HORSE KEITH EICKERT MOTORS(50K EACH),
    ALSO HAS BAM TRANSMISSIONS(10K EACH),
    MERCURY NO 6 DRY SUMP DRIVES(60K EACH), AND LATHAM STEERING.
    WITH CUSTOM 10K HEADERS GIVING BOTH MOTORS 900 RELIABLE HORSE EACH.
    ONLY BOOSTS AT 6 PSI.

    BOAT DOES 150 PLUS, AND SAFELY- THIS BOAT BOOKS FOR 250K PLUS WITHOUT TRAILER!!!! TITLES IN HAND

    BOAT IS LOCATED IN ZEPHYR COVE, NV. (laKE TAHOE) FRESH WATER ONLY
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    the cleveland const raceboat tops at abt 110. with 750-800 hp supercat motors. so 150 plus?

    that looks like one of those evil centerpod versions. fast with less power but i wouldn't want to be in it over abt 100
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    Are the hulls identical?
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    150
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    cc's boat doesnt have the center pod. same bottom- peters/maelstrom that became talon and then ol.

    will a skater 368 do 150 with 850s? id think not- and it's going to be a faster and lighter design.
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    Old test I found.....


    “Now this is a nice boat,” hollered Bob Teague, Powerboat’s lead test driver, as he piloted the Hustler
    377 Talon on Miami’s Biscayne Bay. “Really nice.” It wasn’t what he said, but when he said it—running
    along at 105 mph in 1- to 2-foot wind chop—that made the comment so noteworthy. Teague rarely
    utters more than a grunt at serious speed. And 105 mph—on the way to a top end of 108.6 mph at
    5,300 rpm—is serious speed.
    In fact, the 37'-long, 10'4"-wide catamaran was serious in every aspect of performance, thanks to a
    pair of 550-hp Mercury Racing HP575SCi engines and 1.5 ratio Bravo XR drives. Stellings stand-off
    boxes and lab-finished Bravo One 15 1/4" x 34" props helped the catamaran hop on plane in 3.8
    seconds. From a standing start, the cat reached 81 mph in 20 seconds.
    The combination of the 377 Talon’s twin-sponson bottom, which included a center pod, and the fuelinjected
    big-block motors also proved potent in midrange acceleration drills. The catamaran shot from
    30 to 50 mph in 4.7 seconds, 40 to 60 mph in 5 seconds and 40 to 70 in 8.5 seconds.
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    thats faster than ida thought
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