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About Lotus

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  • Birthday 02/05/1974

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  1. Boat upside down again ! Preparing for glassing , forming the lifting strakes and paint
  2. Great nice work !! BTW the new Suzuki df200ap is also the same motor as 150 and 175 and almost same weight I personally love the white ones with the new decal for my build
  3. Some little photo update !
  4. Cabin out of the boat , preparing to re flip the hull . Also stern bench (3x) arms cut out using waterjet machine from 6x100mm 316 stainless flat bar
  5. ATTENTION TO DETAIL . I love that !!
  6. today's work !
  7. Thanks anyway Ken Try and try until you succeed ( with lots of pins and cardboard !!!!!!! thanks to PAR )
  8. You're more than welcome !!
  9. Almost there 20170413_134350.mp4 20170413_134438.mp4
  10. That's so nice Ken x is about 18" and y 3" . I prefer a seating height of 17-18" if possible
  11. Sir, 

    I was thinking about building a Marissa and wanted to get someones input on the entire process before I jumped into it. If you have a moment I would great appreciate the opportunity to ask you a variety of questions. My email is lyon.ellison@verizon.net. Thank you very much.

  12. Hi lenm, walkway is 12.5 inches wide AT THAT LEVEL and that level is about 20" higher than the original sole (floor)
  13. Meester I realy appreciate your input . As you sad it must have to be build very strong to support all that weight leverage , that's why I'm not so satisfied with this geometry ! I used the system you mentioned ( or very similar ) on my other boat but I don't like the fact that I have to move 3 parts to open or close the seat ! BTW, at stern there's gonna be 3 x 2' seats instead 1 of 6' , therefore there will be a pair of " hinges " per person ( or so ) I saw (google) a very similar system used in " Whaler boats " that uses pivots instead of sliding mechanism . I think it's easier and stronger to built but the problem is to have the exact measurements of this mechanism !! Tried to figure it out but no success
  14. https://goo.gl/photos/QmqXFxG1MEqniQLr7
  15. Is there anyone good enough in geometry out there ?? I am trying to figure out a stern folding bench that when closed down the upholstery will be facing backwards ( inside its compartment ) . I would like to have a seating height of 18" and 16" flat ( seat ) . The compartment where this closed seat will fit in is just 20" in height by 7.5" in depth . I am close to the seating height and width measurements but not yet satisfied !! The screw at the end point represents the cushion (foam) thickness