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just what is the "sequential lift hull"?

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  • just what is the "sequential lift hull"?

    Is it a feature that nobody else has, yet makes a Bayliner no better than anyone else's boat? I was wondering if maybe someone had an original brochure and had a description of it. Thanks
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    Re: just what is the "sequential lift hull"?

    Not to give you a short answer but do a quick Google search on it. You'll find a ton of answers. But basically it's designed to add extra lift during slower speeds to keep the bow from rising too much, among other things. Slower planing speeds - marketing stuff.
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