1983 Youngnblood TX 19 Complete Resto

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« on: May 09, 2017, 05:31:41 PM »
1983 Youngblood TX 19.  Boat has been fully restored and no expenses spared.  I bought the boat 70% complete and finished it.  The boat as it sits has been on the water 3 times.  Engine has les than 10 hours run time and has not seen nitrous. I have title in my name and boat has current registration.

Hull: Completely redone, new stringers, new transom, new carpet, speed coated bottom.  New steering components and cables.  All new gauges, new bow and stern lights, LED interior lights, new interior.  Hydraulic diverter with marine industries west pump, custom wiring, 100% Red Horse Performance braided hose Plumbing, new custom stainless steel IMCO tanks.  Aeromotive by pass fuel system for engine and Aeromotive stand alone bypass system for nitrous.

Trailer:  Completely redone, boxed frame, new tires, current registration.

Pump: Dominator with Ratchet, BC SS Impeller, Inducer, Hydraulic place diverter

Engine: 800 HP (Have Dyno Sheets), built for 300 of nitrous by G & G Performance Tomball, TX.
505 BBC, 13.5:1 CR,  GM Block
Callies Crank
Compstar Rods
JE Pistons
Bullet Cam
Pro Comp Heads, Harland Sharp Rockers, Girdles
David Cook 1050ís
Aerospace Vacuum Pump
MSD Crank Trigger and Crank Trigger Distributor
MSD Grid Ignition (Comes with Laptop)
Custom SS Headers (Mad Skills Fab)
Rewarder Ceramic Coated Headers (Throw down)

Custom black towable cover

35K

469-387-1178



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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2017, 09:43:13 PM »
How is the lay up? Light heavy?


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« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2017, 09:43:36 PM »
Do you have a price less motor


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« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2017, 09:45:07 PM »
Do you have any pics of the build


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« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2017, 05:26:58 PM »
Light to medium layup, can't see daylight through it but definitely not laying on the deck or putting weight on the sides.  The floor was stiffened with 1/4 round when stringers and floor was redone.  Its pretty light.  I have a few pics of build, lost most when my phone took a crap.  I do not plan on selling minus motor.  It ran 96 on motor with current set up with no adjustments made.  There is 5 or 6 mph in just nozzle angle and ride plate.  It should run 100mph on motor and 115 or better on the spray. 

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