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Postby EricW » Thu Nov 14, 2019 5:24 pm

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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby smitty » Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:13 pm

That is one sexy bee - hive. The twin LSA's must sound delightful.. I have a term for that, it is ear candy.
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby Eagle1 » Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:53 pm

Nice boat, it's in sweet condition and hauls ass. Having 213 pumps with true hydraulic reverse.


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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby cromedogg33 » Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:13 pm

Eagle1 wrote:Nice boat, it's in sweet condition and hauls ass. Having 213 pumps with true hydraulic reverse.


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Looks like he’s done some work and added a few things to it. Sounds like if he has 600 hours on those motors now he got the kinks worked out. Now if they could only get rid of the wrap and the flames.
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby waylon » Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:35 pm

Awesome looking boat!!! :Drink:
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby EricW » Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:37 pm

Cromedogg - The “kinks” I had with it last year were a combination of small things that have been corrected.
1st, the 12v wire from motors to helm was a small gauge wire considering that the 12v supply for things like heaters (2), fuel pumps (2), and other electronics had to run from house battery to helm key switch hen back to pumps/heaters/etc. There was a lot of voltage drop when all things were running last fall. Corrected with 10 gauge marine grade tinned wire. Fuel pumps were wired from engine batteries direct to pumps with a key activated relay and large gauge wire.
2nd, 70 amp alternators were under sized for the amount of idling the boat was doing with all things 12v running. Corrected with 120 amp alternators and smaller pulleys.
3rd, the SX Performance fuel pumps were installed with under sized fuel lines and fuel filters in the wrong order of flow and at the wrong head heights. Corrected by putting in new Aeromotive pumps with -10 & -8 braided steel lines and correct fittings with larger pickup pipes in tank and properly plumbed and sized return lines. Fuel filters were arranged at proper head height to tank/pumps and with 100 micron on suction side and 10 micron filters on pressure side. Correct regulators and returns were installed. All this was done per KEM recommendations.

The combination of these fixes corrected the low voltage issues and rattling fuel pumps that I experienced at the end of day several times last year. This boat has a couple months of 6 day weeks running without issue since the above fixes. I also corrected a slow wiper motor on the port side.

Not sure what “flames” you are referring to, are you thinking the air brushed wood grain trim? There are no flames. My craigslist ad didn’t list the trim tabs with rocker of the steer stick and individual controls with indicators behind throttle helm. It also has the Murphy switches and indicators for each motor and all motor functions and warnings. Only issue I am aware of is a small air leak on the port air ride seat, it will bleed off 2 or 3 times a day. I haven’t made the time to hunt it down. Everything else is tip top. EW
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby akhunter67 » Fri Nov 15, 2019 7:36 am

That is a beautiful boat! Best of luck with the sale ! I hope santa is reading this !
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby chauncy » Fri Nov 15, 2019 8:36 am

Your ad says 600+ hours on motors. When this boat was for sale back in 2016-2018 it had 600 hours on the motors. Did you put new ones in or are you saying you put 600 hours on it? Did you put the rails on the front bow and are they removable?
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby EricW » Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:12 am

chauncy wrote:Your ad says 600+ hours on motors. When this boat was for sale back in 2016-2018 it had 600 hours on the motors. Did you put new ones in or are you saying you put 600 hours on it? Did you put the rails on the front bow and are they removable?


I have the Diacom software that gives all engine info, I remember the last plug in that was late Oct. being 600+ on the motors. Boat hull will be 900+ as the motors were put in at 300+. I think I can plug the software in and get current info without firing it up, just didn’t take the time to do it. I did the bow rails and ladder, they are both bolt-on and completely removable. EW

Edit: When I bought the boat in August 2018 it had 600 on the boat, not the motors. I have documentation from the seller in Boise done by a local shop down there (Whitewater Marina??? Maybe) showing engine/hull hours. The boat had sat for years before I bought it. Eagle 1 met me in Boise when we took the boat out prior to purchase.
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby EricW » Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:15 am

I also have a licensed survey I can email that I had done before the job start up. EW
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby fuzzyzuk » Fri Nov 15, 2019 12:02 pm

how does it perform? what sort of plane speed vs. full speed and fuel burn does it average?
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby EricW » Fri Nov 15, 2019 2:05 pm

fuzzyzuk wrote:how does it perform? what sort of plane speed vs. full speed and fuel burn does it average?


Performs really well, I had 7 people behind the drop curtain with 3/4 tank of gas and could not notice any difference getting up on plane. Cruising on plane is about 30 mph (less with trim tabs) at about 2800 rpm. Top speed is limited by trim tabs. You cant go wide open with no tabs and not porous into the next county. Not sure if that can be adjusted/corrected or not. I only ran it wot for testing and recording files to send to KEM. With about 40-50% trim tabs it does 65 mph or so. I had it higher once but it was starting to jump. EW

Edit: On fuel burn, if someone knows how to get that info out of the Diacom I will get it. I know it is capable of max and average fuel use but I dont know how to get it.
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby roby60dean+ » Tue Dec 03, 2019 8:33 pm

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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby EricW » Wed Dec 04, 2019 6:29 am

Sounds like my ad isn’t very clear regarding boa/hull hours. Here is a response to an above PM. Hope this clears things up a bit. EW

Sorry for the confusion. The Internet and I have never really cooperated with each other. The boat was built in 2007 and came with 383 stroker motors. It was built for Barry Barnes who is the Owner/Founder of Customweld to mark their 20 year anniversary. At 300+ hours on OEM boat/motors the LSA’s came out on the market. The boat was updated (2010 I think) to the LSA’s with 0 hours on the LSA’s and 300+ or so on the hull. I bought the boat in August 2018 with 300+ on the LSA’s and 600+ on the hull. Boat currently has 600+ on the LSA’s and 900+ on the hull. I have been out of town and boat is in my shop. I will try to get exact hours this week and let ya know. Again, sorry for any confusion. EW.
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby EricW » Wed Feb 05, 2020 11:10 pm

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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby Eagle1 » Thu Feb 06, 2020 11:49 am

That’s a sweet ride for 95 k. Boat runs like a watch.
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Re: 2007 28’ Customweld Twin

Postby EricW » Thu Feb 06, 2020 3:46 pm

Eagle1 wrote:That’s a sweet ride for 95 k. Boat runs like a watch.


Quite a few calls but no one wants to come to Lake Roosevelt so far. Can I park it at your house? Got some new dock at your old back yard. I’ll email pics, I’m internet challenged. Lol.
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Re: Sold

Postby EricW » Wed Mar 04, 2020 7:31 pm

SOLD....

Thanks Mean Chicken, Is there a way I can donate to help with upkeep of the site? I sure appreciate all the help i have gotten and the buy/sell deals I have made through here. Much appreciated. Let me know.
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