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  1. #31
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    Hello Haugy,
    Merci pour ton accueil
    I just winterize it, so I will check that in few month. But, I observe last time I run it that the electrical choke operates. We can hear a "clic" and I see an arm mooving. I don't know if it open 2-3 or 5 min after starting, and it smell burned fuel (not more than the MPI 8.2L) when cold and nothing when warmed.
    Don't worry, I will use this boat almost every day next year, so I will check what's wrong, with everybody's ideas and fix it.

    Now my next step is mounting the tower (I should receive it next week), ordering and installing speakers, building a tower speaker box, building a new wooden swim plateform longer than the factory one, customize the trailer, and working on a nice hull wrap.

    I will post every of my updates on that beast.

    A bientôt
    1989 Supra Saltare

  2. #32
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    Hi everybody, and Merry Xmas
    It's time for some upgrades on the beast :

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    1989 Supra Saltare

  3. #33
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    Monster MT2 tower in place
    I like this tower, the boat looks younger with it.

    I will also put 2 racks, 1 mirror and (next step) a homemade tower speaker, with 4x 6"x9" inside. 4 new 6.5" inside the boat, a new SD/USB/Ipod Pioneer unit, a subwoofer in enclosure, 2 amps (1 oldschool Orion Xtreme 400.4 and 1 oldschool MTX TH6152).

    I'm also working on the wrap ...
    This boat will look awesome and rock on water

    Cheers

    Stephane
    1989 Supra Saltare

  4. #34
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    Right on
    Looks good
    that trailer is scary
    Last edited by 86 century; 12-28-2011 at 07:14 PM.

    90 bravura 351 1.23/1pmc40 Pefectpass stargazer wake
    You only need two tools wd-40 and duck tape
    If it should move and doesn't wd40
    If it moves and shouldent duck tape

  5. #35
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    Thanks !
    Don't be scared by that trailer, it's solid enough. And I will customise it when the boat will be finished.
    Stay tuned
    1989 Supra Saltare

  6. #36
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    Does yours not have the traking fins on the bottom.

    90 bravura 351 1.23/1pmc40 Pefectpass stargazer wake
    You only need two tools wd-40 and duck tape
    If it should move and doesn't wd40
    If it moves and shouldent duck tape

  7. #37
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    It does have. They are between the 2 main tubes of the trailer frame :

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    1989 Supra Saltare

  8. #38
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    Stephane, great boat- I can't belive there are Supra's in France! I was in Brest this past summer for work- I work for a French company! The next time I visit your wonderful country I will try to hook up with you!

  9. #39
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    Hello Blackntan90,
    There are few Supra's in France. I have seen 2 Comp ts6m for sale, and 2 Bravura on water. But it's rare boat here, as even Mastercraft french dealer doesn't know about those boats.
    I'm proud of my Saltare and think it's the only one Saltare in France.

    It will be a pleasure if you come in France and contact me. I live close to Disneyland Paris.

    Cheers
    1989 Supra Saltare

  10. #40
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    It's interesting that there are so many in france. Are there no french inboard boat builders as I would imagine the cost to get a boat across the pond would be insanely high.
    Forgive my backwoods ignorance.

    90 bravura 351 1.23/1pmc40 Pefectpass stargazer wake
    You only need two tools wd-40 and duck tape
    If it should move and doesn't wd40
    If it moves and shouldent duck tape

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