CALVERTON, NY– Hustler Powerboats is pleased to announce that they will be displaying a 39 Rockit powered by 725 Ilmor engines and Indy drive system in water during the show.
The ultra stable, six-stepped 39 Rockit was designed and engineered to achieve speeds greater than 110 MPH with stock Ilmor power. HUSTLER goals were inspired by the growing demand for safety and stability with the installation of higher horsepower engine packages.
“We are looking forward to displaying at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year with the 39 Rockit,” said Paul LoGiudice, Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Hustler Powerboats. “This year was a big year for our 39 Rockit, We have delivered several custom 39’s with twin staggered 1100 hp packages and seen some remarkable speeds on the top end.”
HUSTLER POWERBOATS has been delivering, Pound for Pound, Power for Power, Still the Fastest Boats In the World! The Hustler 39 Rockit will be displayed in slip 25 on the H/I dock. Call 631-208-2933 for advance appointments to view the boat as well as arrange a demo ride.
Hustler Powerboats, a division of Global Marine Power, Inc., manufactures 14 different models in both catamaran and Vee bottom designs, ranging from 21 feet to 50 feet in length. Visit us at www.hustlerpowerboats.com for more information.
CALVERTON, NY– Hustler is pleased to announce the completion of the first stage of testing the 39 Rockit with Twin Young Performance 1100 EFI motors and Mercury Number 6 drives.
With Rolf Papke of Pro Technologies at the helm and Eddie Young of Young Performance gauging the engine conditions, the 39 Rockit hit a top speed of 132 mph before maximizing the prop.
“It was the fastest and most stable V-bottom I have ever driven as it made a two foot chop look like a piece of glass,” said Papke. “The boat was so tame and quiet that I did not need to run the boat with the trim tabs down at any point of driving it.”
“It was the most boring 132 MPH boat ride that I ever had,” added Young. “The boat did not do anything stupid– going straight through 2 foot chop in any direction. You could put a cup of coffee on the dash.”
The weather conditions while testing was at 62 degrees with 10 to 20 mph wind gusts blowing east to west along with a two foot chop in the water. The speed was achieved on 3/4 throttle, 17 inch by 35 degrees pitch Hering props at 6,000 RPM’s. “This boat will achieve 140 mph with the proper props,” said Joe LoGiudice, the owner of Hustler Powerboats. “We are looking forward to getting this boat dialed in.”
The 39 Rockit was designed for people looking to achieve 110+ mph safely without the worries of chine walking or porpoising. Prices start at $498,934 depending on power and drive choice.
About Hustler Powerboats
Hustler Powerboats, a division of Global Marine Power, Inc. manufactures 15 boats in both catamaran and v-hull designs ranging from 21 feet to 50 feet in length. More information can be found by calling the office at 631-208-2933 or visiting the web site at http://www.hustlerpowerboats.com. Follow Hustler Powerboats on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/HustlerSpeedboats and on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/HustlerPowBoats