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Projects / Re: Horsepower Fest 2019 Raffle Boat Build
« on: October 19, 2019, 09:16:47 AM »
Got the seats donated by Geoff at Twisted Liquid Marine in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Check then out!

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Yes, get aluminum. I don't ever see poly tanks in any of these boats.... probably a reason why everyone runs aluminum

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I have heard of good success on aluminum tanks with POR15 (https://www.por15.com/POR-15-Fuel-Tank-Sealer).....but if you want all your  worries to go away, have another set of tanks made. IMCO can make you new tanks. I had a set made about 10 years ago and it was in the $800 range.

http://www.imcomarine.com/cal_store/fuel-tanks/custom-tanks/custom-aluminum-gunnel-tank.html

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Projects / Re: Horsepower Fest 2019 Raffle Boat Build
« on: October 14, 2019, 12:27:52 PM »
Got the headers from Chad Hundley over the weekend from Chad's Customs! They turned out amazing!

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Projects / Re: Horsepower Fest 2019 Raffle Boat Build
« on: October 14, 2019, 10:48:58 AM »
Any pictures of the new stringers install?

The new stringer install hasnt begun yet. That will be taking place this week/weekend.

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Projects / Re: Horsepower Fest 2019 Raffle Boat Build
« on: October 09, 2019, 09:38:39 AM »
One of the biggest setbacks was that when we purchased this boat back in June, it had carpeted stringers and the rear 1/4 was boxed in with aluminum angle rails. Once we removed these boxed in rails and the carpet underneith it, we discovered that the stringers were broken straight through to the floor and also split down the length of the boat where the front motor mounts were. Initially we were going to scrap this boat and start over once we discovered this, but James Rankin volenteered to replace the stringers. The boat will be going to him next week to bang out this job on an emergency basis as we are very limited on time.

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Projects / Horsepower Fest 2019 Raffle Boat Build
« on: October 09, 2019, 09:33:26 AM »
This is the raffle boat build thread for the Horsepower Fest 2019 Grand Prize!

Horsepower Fest 2019 is benefiting the Semper Fi Fund, a program that helps wounded veterans of all branches of the US Military that have been wounded in post 9/11 battles. Last year Horsepower Fest raised and donated $10,000 to the Semper Fi Fund.

This is a 1979 Bahner Flat Deck. It was purchased as a complete boat minus motor. It will be completely restored from the ground up and by the time this boat is complete, it will be a brand new boat inside and out including the following:

Bostick Racing Engines Built 396/402 Big Block Chevy (Motor Build Thread Here: http://www.socaljetboats.com/index.php?topic=31761.0)
Freshly rebuilt pump by Place Diverter and Controls including droop, ride plate, and a hydraulic Place Diverter
Brand new Stringers installed by James Rankin
Freshly done Cap Job (Capping thread here: http://www.socaljetboats.com/index.php?topic=31869.0)
Brand new paint job by Khaos Kustom Paints (Mike Buschman and James Rankin) using donated Tamco Paint materials
Brand new Interior - two fiberglass buckets and a fiberglass bench
New cables, driveline/PTO, battery box, fuel fills, gauges, and steering wheel donated by CP Performance.
Battery donated by Battery Connection Inc
Restored trailer done by EBlast Dustless Sandblasting
Custom headers donated by Chad's Customs
Fiberglass Bench and Buckets donated by Twisted Liquid Marin

Check back to this thread for continued updates on this build.

This boat is being raffled off at the 2019 Horsepower Fest on November 16th, 2019 at the Avi Resort and Casino in Laughlin, NV. Tickets can only be purchased the day of the raffle at the raffle booth at Horsepower Fest. Winner must be physically present to win. For more information about the Horsepower Fest 2019 Raffle, please visit https://www.horsepowerfest.com/raffles/

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Did you reinforce from the inside, or were the strips all applied from the outside of the hull?

The inside was already fiber glassed all the way around from the factory.

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I've burned up all my talent. It's good but not perfect. I can keep filling, sanding, and smoothing for days on this, but it's as close as I'll get it for now because we're running out of time. The boat is headed to California in the morning to get new stringers and then paint. 39 days to go until HPF.

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Filled and shaped. Now just need to go fill the little holes and patch some minor blemishes...like the one right on that corner.

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I'm not painting the boat myself. Mike and James at Kahos Kolors is painting it. It will have a red, white and blue patriotic paint scheme.

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Are you planning on installing a rub rail?


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No, that's the point of a cap job. It eliminates the seam covered up by the rub rail.

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Thanks guys.... starting to take shape slowly

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Final filling and smoothed. I will hand sand the rest down after this cures.

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Grinded and sanded the top and bottom edges to start the shape of the cap. Now I just need to fill it smooth. I will just use the silica thickener with resin to make a putty like material that's easy to spread and shape before it hardens

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Once the filler cured I gave it a rough sanding...I can see the low spots that need to be filled in

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After the several layers of cloth were laid down down.....I went in and filled it with a mix of 1/4" chopped glass, polyurethane resin, and silica thickener. Once this cures I'll sand it down then go back with more filler to smooth it out.

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Gelcoat / Paint / Fireberglass Repair / Attempting my first cap job...
« on: September 25, 2019, 08:29:58 PM »
I'm starting at the transom since it seems to be the easiest spot to fill. I got a roll of 1" cloth and using polyester resin. I've got about 4 layers of 1" strips. Then I got some silica thickener to mix with the resin to make a paste to fill the rest.

Any constructive feedback is welcome.

This is the boat we are raffling off at horsepower fest. It's a 78 Bahner. (Build thread coming soon)

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The No Wake Zone / Re: 2019 Labor Day Sale
« on: September 03, 2019, 08:06:09 AM »
Sale Ends tonight, Tuesday September 3rd at midnight PST  :thumbup:

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The No Wake Zone / 2019 Labor Day Sale
« on: August 30, 2019, 09:49:21 AM »
⚡⚡20% OFF EVERYTHING!⚡⚡
Our Labor Day Sale is underway! Everything is 20% off in our online store. Use the coupon code LABORDAY2019 when checking out. Also all orders over $100 get FREE SHIPPING!! Go to https://Store.SoCalJetBoats.com to start shopping now!

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The No Wake Zone / Re: 2019 HP Fest Boat Engine
« on: August 20, 2019, 07:49:51 PM »
Brad, are the Sept. 28th and Oct. 5th dates still good? Trying to make a plan to attend....

Yes, those dates are still a go, but to clarify those aren't related to Horsepower Fest.

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The No Wake Zone / Re: 2019 HP Fest Boat Engine
« on: August 20, 2019, 07:16:17 PM »
What’s the dates ???

November 16th Check out www.HorsepowerFest.com for all the info

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The No Wake Zone / Re: Canvas Boat Cover
« on: August 20, 2019, 10:05:24 AM »
yeah, they are a bit pricey. Hit up Brian Thompson at Perfection Boat Covers (909) 815-4437

https://www.facebook.com/perfectionboatcovers/

He does a lot of custom canvas covers in the jet boat world

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I'm curious to what the status of back Bay....saw there was a fire at big bend. Wonder if it spread to back bay

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Events / Re: 2019 Long Beach Sprint Boat Races
« on: August 14, 2019, 03:27:17 PM »
This weekend is the Annual Long Beach Sprint Nationals Races
Saturday & Sunday August 17th - 18th at the Long Beach Marine Stadium.

Location: Long Beach Marine Stadium (PCH & 2nd Street)
5255 Paoli Way, Long Beach, CA 90803

This event that has been taking place for many, many years was previously in jeopardy with its permit with the city, but the Ross and the SCSC have ironed out all of the issues with the city, got the permit approved and it is back on for this year! Please come out and support your local boat racing scene. Due to increased regulations, insurance requirements, and permit restrictions, we need everyone to show up and support this event! This is an incredible event, the SCSC has worked very hard on making sure the community wouldn't miss out and made sure this Circle Boat Racing event happens. Please come out and show your support to help keep boat racing alive!!!

Gates open at 8:00 am both days.

Tickets are $20/adult/day, Children $10/day, Under 5 years old Free. Active Military with ID FREE.

Parking $20/vehicle/day

All tickets can be purchased at the gate.

Coolers are welcome, however NO alcohol or marijuana. All coolers will be searched when you come through the gate regardless.

Beer Garden on site! Food and Merchandise vendors on site!

SoCal Jet Boats will be there at our usual spot near the big flag pole on the beach side, so stop by our booth and say hello! We will have a 10x20 canopy on the beach like we have done for the past few years for people to use as a spectating area.

For our 1st time fans: Either side is great for viewing - Appian Way (South) or Boathouse Lane (North) Not one bad seat in the house.

Pits and vendor & V-Drive Display is on the South Side. Come through the main gate off Appian Way or for North Side viewing enter on Boathouse Lane (off Elliott)

Live local in Long Beach? Lyft or Uber is recommended as parking is limited.

Schedule of events:

Friday: 6-9 pm NRI Show' N Shine & Driver's Party Meet & Greet - Legends on 2nd Street & Dogz on 2nd Street

Saturday -

8:00 am Gates Open

9:00 -10:50 am - Practice all classes

11:00 am - Opening Ceremonies

11:00 - 5:00 pm 2019 ARP Long Beach Sprint Nationals Presented by Nick Rose Insurance, Absolute Speed & Marine, Mike Brink Properties

Sunday:

8:00 am Gates Open

9:00 - 10:00 am Practice

10:30 am - Opening Ceremonies

10:30 - 4:30 pm 2019 ARP Long Beach Sprint Nationals Presented by Nick Rose Insurance, Absolute Speed & Marine, Mike Brink Properties - SCSC National Championships

6:00 pm Awards Ceremony

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