How to Build a Spitfire Speed Boat Plans Download

How to Build a Spitfire Speed Boat Plans Download

IF you're searching for that elusive extra mile an hour to put you ahead of competition with a small margin to spare, Spitfire is the boat for you. She is a step hydro, eligible for racing in sanctioned class B regattas. She'll equal any three point hydro with considerably better riding qualities. Hull rides well in rough water without excessive pounding and has beveled sides for taking turns at wide open speeds without tripping. Trussed keel design and stressed plywood planking produce an extremely strong, lightweight hull.

USES: Designed as a class "B" racing craft for competitive or impromptu racing with class "B" outboard motors.
FEATURES: Low center of gravity especially with hydro "quickie" lower units adapted to motor. Hull is stepped, but with proper motor adjustment, boat rides upon edge of after plane. Boat is not running correctly until daylight may be seen under hull at wide open speeds.
LENGTH: 9 ft. 10 in.
BEAM: 51 in.
WEIGHT: 100 lbs. without steering gear, fin, throttle control, etc.
SPEEDS: 50 MPH with Mercury Hurricane having hydro "Quickie" lower unit and at highest motor board setting possible.

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