1978 Eliminator Dragster

$25,000
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Dallesport, WA

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Class Power
Category Jet Boats
Year 1978
Make Eliminator
Length 19'
Propulsion Type Other
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Gas
Location Dallesport, WA
Additional Equipment

Nitrous

Total Power
800.0 hp
Speed and Distance
Max Speed
95
Dimensions
Nominal Length
19
Tanks
Fuel Tank Capacity
30
Engine Model Dragster
Total Power 800hp
Engine Hours 50
Engine Type Other
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Shape Other
1978 Eliminator Dragster

19' Eliminator with a Chevy 502 big block with nitrous. The engine is in great shape. The jet pump is a Berkley pump and it is in great shape as well. This is a rocket. It'll do 80 mph without nitrous and 90 with nitrous. Its jetted for a 275 shot of nitrous right now, but all you have to do to increase the nitrous is put in a bigger jet (the jets are cheap and very easy to change and you can buy them at any auto store). This boat has a beautiful one of a kind paint job. There is one small flaw on one side where it says Eliminator and a spot under the nose where it latches to the trailer but neither one is very bad. This has been a very fun boat but I have three kids, so I don't take it out much because we have a more family friendly boat that the wife and kids prefer more and there isn't many calm days on the water in the area that we live in. I've owned this boat for about 5 years and I've only taken it out about 3 times in the last couple years. I had two fuel cells custom built for this boat to increase the fuel capacity so I could stay out on the water longer, they cost me $5000. It originally had two 9 gallon cells and now the new ones hold about 15 each so now it holds about 50% more which made a huge difference. The original tanks were made of stainless steel and the new ones are aluminum so it holds about 72 more pounds of fuel but the tanks are lighter so I don't think that it increases the overall weight much if any. I want to buy a 67-69 Camaro so if by chance you have one and are interested in a trade, that could be an option. This has been a very dependable turn key boat and I hate to see it go, but I can't get the Camaro and keep this due to the space in my shop. Feel free to call or text, but please keep it between 8am and 9pm Pacific Standard Time 541.nine93.5253 Jake

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