So finally finished my chine work on my 20' Sport.
Wanted my older, 2001 Wooldirdge Sport to have the reverse chines that WB has since used on their newer jet hulls. As in all things, this was design progression for WB, and I really liked the way it made the boat handle. I was going to do the work myself, but in the end the shop I had access to wasn't high enough to lift the boat off the trailer, given the spring sag etc.
Had a local shop do the work. We just stitched it on in case it didn't work I how I was hoping.
Well, took it out and it definitely worked out. Really happy with the handling, although it was no slouch before.
Has dropped my on step rpm down, gets on step even quicker, doesn't want to spray tons of water on hard turns. Its kind of an industrial look now, but it does work. I was definitely a bit nervous when I took it out, praying it wasn't a disaster.