2022 FIREFISH 17 CONVICT 2.0

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excited to see a new build man. what are the big and little differences in your new/last one?
 

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Just curious, what did get for your last boat? All good if it's to kept on the DL.
 
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That's pretty much what my next boat will be. May have to try to find a used one with where the prices are going.
 

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Few new pics
 

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im curious, why does an aluminum boat with 600hp need trim plates.
Pretty much the same reason as your boat, They will allow me to do cool ch!t on the fly. Allow me to be the most efficient at cruse and then when I want to cross the lake at 55mph I can drop the tabs a bit and keep the frontend from hopping. Can also help with extreme shallow water take off. Call for more info. There are other reasons for them on this boat but I will explain at a later date.
 

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I like the exhaust exit boxes and its nice to see the CNC stuff.

That chine setup is interesting too
 

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Pretty much the same reason as your boat, They will allow me to do cool ch!t on the fly. Allow me to be the most efficient at cruse and then when I want to cross the lake at 55mph I can drop the tabs a bit and keep the frontend from hopping. Can also help with extreme shallow water take off. Call for more info. There are other reasons for them on this boat but I will explain at a later date.

that makes sense i never thought about the front end going up and down. on a sterndrive you just trim down but with a jetboat on a lake that would certainly help. My boat needs them because its an underpowered 8000lb block of fiberglass LOL
 

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Damn that’s some nice weld porn. Looks great Chris


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