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    Hawk Boats.

    Post your pics, numbers, and whatever else! I cant get anybody to respond on the owners list so maybe there will be something on here.

    2000 Hawk Super 2100 DC
    1999 Merc 225 EFI
    68 @ 5700 rpm.

    Really love the rough water ride. Great first boat. I've learned how repair alot of different things, usally the hard way, found alot of parts on the internet and had alot of fun fishin out of it. Still lookin for dash panels or something to use as a replacement.

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (crich84)

    2000 Hawk Superhawk 2100 w/99 Merc Optimax



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    Re: Hawk Boats. (crich84)

    I have a box full of livewell pulls if anyones interested

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (signmanbasser)

    Live well pulls?

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (signmanbasser)

    whats the price?

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (Hawkman)

    I would like to know the price as well.
    1997 Hawk Super 1900, 2006 Yamaha 200 Vmax HPDI, 10 inch Rapid Jack, HDS5 Console, LMS527c bow, 25 Tempest plus, 73 mph @5700


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    Re: Hawk Boats. (HAWKHPDI)

    Gents Let me find out how many I have and I will report a count and a more than fair price...

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (basshawk17)

    <table width="90%" cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 align=center><tr><td>Quote, originally posted by basshawk17 &raquo;</td></tr><tr><td class="quote">Live well pulls?</td></tr></table>

    The Livewell Pulls are a great easy to get to design but when you have a partner step on them at the right/wrong time they break

    The only issue I ever had and it didn't show its ugly head until later Small issue as They never got hot (metal) or you didnt have to worry about the pull being locked

    Your Basshawk won't have them and is of a different birthright. BassHawk has a strong Hull BTW

    Anyone knows someone with a Hawk Navigator PLEASE let me know!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (signmanbasser)

    Any relation to Cobra Boats? They look like almost the same hull.

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    <table width="90%" cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 align=center><tr><td>Quote, originally posted by slinkeey &raquo;</td></tr><tr><td class="quote">Any relation to Cobra Boats? They look like almost the same hull.</td></tr></table>

    I'm pretty sure they are both John Storie designs. I had a Viper by John Storie and have seen a Hawk around here. Lots of similarities. Good boats

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (JoeBro44)

    Yes both John Storie designs, and yes very similar. AWESOME boats. I'd like to see all the Hawk owners post some pics.
    1997 Hawk Super 1900, 2006 Yamaha 200 Vmax HPDI, 10 inch Rapid Jack, HDS5 Console, LMS527c bow, 25 Tempest plus, 73 mph @5700


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    1997 Super2100 225efi 74 @ 5900 best speed


    Modified by Hawkman at 9:13 PM 8/24/2011

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (Hawkman)

    Go to an 8" plate and find more in her

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    Still lookin for dash panels or something to use as a replacement.[/quote]
    Here you go. In the Misc. section.
    <table width="90%" cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 align=center><tr><td>Quote, originally posted by nick519svs &raquo;</td></tr><tr><td class="quote">DO YOU NEED TO COVER AN EXISTING HOLE ON YOUR DASH OR BOW
    FROM MOVING A FISH FINDER?
    LET ME KNOW WHAT SIZE AND ILL MAKE IT FOR YOU FROM 3/16 ABS PLASTIC WITH A PEBBLE FINISH LIKE MOST DASH'S
    COST BETWEEN $35.00 AND $55.00
    all pieces cut on a CNC router to you specs with radius edges
    Thanks Nick



    here is the newest pic this piece is 4.25x4.25 with .75" letters











    &lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
    Modified by nick519svs at 8:44 PM 3/21/2011&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
    Modified by nick519svs at 9:35 PM 7/14/2011</td></tr></table>

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (signmanbasser)

    <table width="90%" cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 align=center><tr><td>Quote, originally posted by signmanbasser &raquo;</td></tr><tr><td class="quote">Go to an 8" plate and find more in her </td></tr></table>
    Got a J&B 10 on her now. I have heard 8" is the way to go. I may do that oiver the winter, have to pull the tank to get to the btm. Jackplate bolts. A royal pain in the you know what.
    How much gain could one expect?

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (Hawkman)

    The answer to this lies in balance Most have seen 2+mph and a lower cruise speed not to mention increased (if you could imagine) handling.

    Notice the 11th down in the Hawk Owners "goingx2wild" was one of my Hawks

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (crich84)

    I have a 2000 super 1950. Has a 1997 Mer 200 efi. latest upgrade and well worth the money is the Humminbird 998 si on the console. Love the ride and the full front deck

    it runs about 60mph at 5800 rpm.

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (beezerbassman)

    With that set up you should be in the low 70's loaded

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    Re: Hawk Boats. (signmanbasser)

    I agree you should have some more speed than that.
    1997 Hawk Super 1900, 2006 Yamaha 200 Vmax HPDI, 10 inch Rapid Jack, HDS5 Console, LMS527c bow, 25 Tempest plus, 73 mph @5700


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    Re: Hawk Boats. (HAWKHPDI)

    The first hull I had under it, I was getting the 70+ mph in speed. This one weighs about 800 lbs more. I still love it great riding boat.

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