RubiTrack: I want to build one of these. Where do I start?
gassolean: awesome work guys :)
Robb's Homemade Life: what a rocket! you had me worried at the bridge. made me a subscriber.
SkyHawk024: those look a tad short for 10ft
Josue Garcia: What engine? and price for the engine?
littlejohn 1411: I gotta give it you, you've got skills. Awesome build!
dirtydogg06: How much to build me one??
Morgan Chore: Do you recommend putting the Teflon on the bottom? And what engines do you
Christian Werne: How did u get the alumionum to not rist and how did u do the engine
freespeachrulez: This is absolutely amazing fabrication work. I tried spot welding aluminum
and it burns thru so easily without knowing the settings right off. This
build was quite expensive too I bet. Again excellent work! Wow!
SeregaCh: Love your boat! How much did it cost you in materials to build a hull?
vivitar45: need some crash padding in it if you crash and you end up getting tossed
around in it might be hard on the boddy
joe clark: hoiw fast do those things go?
m d: freak the plans can I be an investor???
HUNTINGITNZ: how do i get one?
HKPSG1Shooter: AWESOME boat, and even more awesome navigation skills! I've got a 16 foot
Duracraft with a Yamaha HO engine.....I've been thinking of doing a small
jetboat with a Sea Doo Supercharged engine, with a rock-proof hull like the
one you have on your boat. After seeing your video, I know I have to build
jian wang: Very beautiful, whether this video sent to my mail, thank you
Andrew Savage: LOVE IT
porpoisefathom: could 650 cc work on a larger boat say 18 ft? around 1500 lbs dry weight
Howard Moore: I've had a boat idea in mind for a few years now. This would be the perfect
medium to test. Message me if you'd like to talk.
Eddie Eismann: Aluminum don't rust
mdymus: these are awsome videos. the boats are sweet!!! i live in alaska, these
would be perfect for running up the creeks and slews. please if you have
plans ya want to sell or know where i can find some i would gladly purchase
them from you. my e-mail is email@example.com any info would be greatly
appreciated. i have built similar boats, bigger and with a prop......not so
good when ya run out of water and run into rocks, th jet is what we need,
tracy george: crazy sob
deborahbendel1: Sick... You guys did a great job.....
64jellybean: Hi i live in Christchurch and have had jet boats over the years but i
always thought i,d like to build something like what you have designed. I,m
not sure if you build these professionally or not but is there an
opportunity to visit your workshop or meet with you to have a closer look
at your boats. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org if this was possible
iLOVEadamANDaj: simply sick ass crap...i want one damn it
YouTubeOTT: HOMEMADE !!!!!!!!
davidnandavid: The level of skill that happens here is beyond ANYTHING I could hope to
achieve. This is probably the coolest thing I have seen for a long long
LikeAnR6: That's so cool! Gave me a lot of ideas too! Thanks so much for sharing!
Leagh O'Keefe: Very nice job man
ubduck560: what did it cost to build?
tracy george: dude, alum, does not rist........lol
martysprinzl: Dam nice work guys !!
Raven Metonoutofindout: Awesome boat, typical kiwi can do attitude
jkbucho: YOU GUYS ARE NUTS! EXCELLENT BOATS , GREAT VIDEO , THANKS A LOT! j
Jacob Hayden: That's awesome I want 1
deborahbendel1: Great custom fab!!!
jeryl1968: great boats nicely built i have built sneakboxes for duck hunting this was
a good desighn looks like fun just a suggestion you might want to figure
out a way of putting floatation in them i was in a friends airboat that had
no floatation in it he came up to a bank and water came over the stern and
it went strait to the bottem in about two minutes we hardly had enough time
to get out of it before it went down nice boat tho fun video thanks
DirTyOhGee: I'm very impressed. With both the build and the driving. WOW looked like a
ton of fun. With the all aluminum seats my ass got cold just looking at