Boat was originally a triple rig and then used as a twin for about 9 years. Hull has a lot of gelcoat worn off the keel and the deck has taken a...
1992 Hydrodyne Hull
Boat had deck removed and new floor, stringers and transom installed by Dyna-Ski in 2014.
Due to family issues the boat sat...
Interested in the ski gear.
1990 Hydrodyne twin
2017 225 HO G1 Evinrudes w 80 hours
I think I'd be tempted to send it down the road. Hydrodyne inboards were decent but you can buy alot of inboard now in a used MC or CC that is...
Did this boat/motor ever sell? Friend is looking for a 150 Evinrude.
I get it that it is not everyone's cup of tea. But it is nice reference point to check your analog speedos. And can serve as a stop gap until a...
Couple more from Nationals. [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Last show this year. [ATTACH]
You don't need cell service to run a GPS app on an iPhone. Can use on iPad also with no service.
Or just put a smartphone holder in and use a GPS speedo app and keep your analog speedos for reference.
1989 20' Hydrodyne.
Always a single engine boat. Well used. Had 250 on it last season. Transom has a plate/cap.
Sea Star Hydraulic steering....
Cosmetically very very clean. My mechanic pulled the heads to inspect cylinders and found very clean pistons. Installed new O - ring head...
Purchased a project hull - engine had severely impacted an underwater object. Compression is great, powerhead seems clean. Needs trim unit,...
$2200 with 19 pitch Aluminum prop and oil tank.
Compression was excellent when checked.
Not the prettiest engine but starts quick and runs good.
I have a facebook video of my daughter doing a shortline deep on a KW boom. Spray is not awful, but she is 130 lbs. My fuel tank is in the rear....
8 year old Controls and cables for triple rig dyne $500
With key switches, harnesses, oil tanks and tachometers for Evinrude $1000
Has anyone here ever run a late 80s to early 90s 2.0L V4 Looper Johnrude on a 20 single? Or on any dyne? Have a basket case engine I am going to...
Alot depends on the use of the boat. If you are pulling hundreds of hours of swivel or slow stuff then I would say yes. If barefoot or slalom...
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