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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob__S View Post

    Silver metal flake


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    Beautiful color combo. I have to admit, playing with the boat builder I could never find a combo in which I liked the pacific blue. Seeing it in real life and with that combo, it looks fantastic. Its a head turner. I guess it is really hard to appreciate the true depth of the colors from a computer screen.
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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppydriver View Post
    All these boat orders are getting me excited for Spring. I can't wait to see builder renderings start to show up in real life, y'all better post up when the deliveries start rolling in.

    It's weird to me seeing all these black, gunmetal, and really dark boats. Not bad weird, but just a much different style than my 48 year old butt is used to. I think it's awesome though. I grew up drooling over Cobalts and they were very elegant and mostly white, so I still like traditional colors. I was going to order my Max/Mojo white with Pacific Blue accents, but seeing Hack's boat on here sold me on ultra blue metal flake.

    A last minute deal I couldn't refuse forced me into another brand, but man I still think about how awesome that Mojo would have been in Ultra Blue. These boats you guys are building are going to be amazing.
    I went a bit more traditional. The blue is a bit darker in person: img.jpgimg2.jpg

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by got2skigrl View Post
    I went a bit more traditional. The blue is a bit darker in person: img.jpgimg2.jpg
    Wow! Looks great. I like the brown floor and grey seats. We strongly considered grey floor and brown (honey) seats.
    This is where I sit now with the interior.

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  4. #24
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    Personally I think your boat will look bad ass in the gray with red accents, and it'll be unique. Go with silver/blue if you want it pretty 😜

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    I wanted grey for the flooring at first, but I read that it was harder to keep clean. Where we boat, the water can get a little muddy after a big rain, so the brown made more sense. The contrast of the brown has grown on me so much that I would not want grey now. I like the red accent choice on the brown- looks good

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by got2skigrl View Post
    I went a bit more traditional. The blue is a bit darker in person: img.jpgimg2.jpg
    That's a head turner. The red tower accents along with the red welt accents is really going to pop!
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  7. #27
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    I have another question...and it's not related to color.

    I know there is a big debate on whether or not to get the surf pipe, but my question is if they are flawed from the factory? My dealer told me not to order one because the two he ordered in the past both had weld failures, practically sinking a new boat. He thought there may have been a bad batch??

    I fall into the court of it being a must-have, but don't want to run the risk of it failing my first summer out.

    Any opinions or experiences with the factory surf pipes?

    Thanks!
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  8. #28
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    Factory surf pipe is the best and least expensive pipe you will get.

    I have never seen a failed factory pipe. But I suppose itís possible.

    If it ever failed, at least itís covered by warranty.

    Aftermarket is worse. Several cracked FAE pipes on the forum.

    I wouldnít own a boat without a surf pipe.


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  9. #29
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    we don't own a boat that has ever had one and don't see the value in it but understand those that do.

    as larry pointed out factory is the way to go. no question IF something happens it's warranty and no question from the aftermarket standpoint.

    there have been several posts on this and other forums on another aftermarket cracking. not sure on price but I think it's about a wash factory vs aftermarket so I'd stick with factory......
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  10. #30
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    The surf pipe will quiet the exhaust note and may help with CO emissions near the back of the boat underway. Helps a lot for emissions on older boats without catalytic converters but not so much on the newer boats. It does nothing at idle when the boat is idling at a standstill and there are common reports that a power loss is experienced, usually is easy to spot as a slower top speed. Many have installed an aftermarket kit commented that they also experienced higher fuel consumption. I’m not sure what Moomba uses but lots of the “factory installed “ systems are sourced from FAE.
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