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    2002 Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class

    I should open a Warlock dealership. Here is a 2002 29 World Class with a rare Mid-Cabin Open Bow layout and the 415HP 502MPI .............."$29,000 must sell fast"....I likey!

    2002 ONLY 230 HOURS ON THIS IMMACULATE BOAT. 502 MAG MOTOR ALWAYS SERVICED BY ABSOLUTE SPEED AND MARINE. BRAVO 1 OUTDRIVE, TRIPLE AXLE COMPETITIVE TRAILER ALL REDONE PAINT AND BUNKS. BOAT HAS ALWAYS BEEN GARAGED AND IS A GREAT VALUE AT ONLY 29K, ORIGINAL OWNER. COVER AND 2 BIMINI TOPS INCLUDED. MUST SELL FAST 949-290-7317 BRIAN Location: LAKE HAVASU
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    Does not say what year but I would think it's a 1998............$32,500

    29' Warlock former world Championship winning Factory-one race boat. 500HP and turn-key bullit proof motor. She will seat 5-6 persons. I can't list everything
    but if you call 407-436-4571 I can explain every inch of this boat. She drives from planeing to wide-open better than anything I have driven. This boat will hit 80mph and feel like you are in a limosine, what ever the conditions are. Your whole family will feel safe at all times. If you are a real shopper forget the e-mails just call. I will reluctantly let her have a new home for $32,500 She cost $140,000 when new. The paint job and motor alone are $40,000 The price is a steal as she is in impecable condition. One look/ride and you will either buy her or dream about her forever.

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    The business end of things .............
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    Here is the 2003 Warlock 29 World Class that was listed back in 2012 coming back onto the market ............$45,000


    2003 Warlock - $45,000 (Oklahoma city)

    29 ft warlock world class with 575 merc. 750 hp. Brand new blower shop blower. New axles on trailer. Boat Gps at 84 mph. Very clean boat inside and out. Please call 405-412-3461 and talk to blake
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    Here is a 1999 World Class 29 that just listed with a Whipple 502 for $46,980 ............92mph


    2011 complete makeover. Mint condition. Hull is a 1999 that looks new. 3M Vinyl wrap with clear coat. Trailer wrap to match. Carbon Fiber silver and carbon Fiber orange interior. Gaffrig Gauges complete with 120 mph GPS speedometer. Complete IMCO hydraulic steering. K-Plane trim tabs. Drop down bolster seats. Cuddy cabin. New black cockpit cover. Dual batteries. Impressive stereo.

    BRAVO XR Drive. Stainless Bravo One prop

    Mercury 502 MPI with Dart heads and CMI E-Top Stainless Headers. Whipple supercharger. Mild package at 650hp.

    Boat runs 92 mph on GPS. So steady your Grandmother could drive it.

    Warlock World Class 29' step bottom hulls are known to be one of the best 29' boats in smooth or rough water. Warlock 29' World Class "Offshore Deep V" is the ulitmate blend of style, performance and race proven design. The step bottom design currently holds multiple championship titles in American Powerboat Racing Association factory series racing.

    Feel free to contact me with questions at 847-four zero four-5975
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    Here is a 1999 World Class 29 that just listed with a Whipple 502 for $46,980 ............92mph


    2011 complete makeover. Mint condition. Hull is a 1999 that looks new. 3M Vinyl wrap with clear coat. Trailer wrap to match. Carbon Fiber silver and carbon Fiber orange interior. Gaffrig Gauges complete with 120 mph GPS speedometer. Complete IMCO hydraulic steering. K-Plane trim tabs. Drop down bolster seats. Cuddy cabin. New black cockpit cover. Dual batteries. Impressive stereo.

    BRAVO XR Drive. Stainless Bravo One prop

    Mercury 502 MPI with Dart heads and CMI E-Top Stainless Headers. Whipple supercharger. Mild package at 650hp.

    Boat runs 92 mph on GPS. So steady your Grandmother could drive it.

    Warlock World Class 29' step bottom hulls are known to be one of the best 29' boats in smooth or rough water. Warlock 29' World Class "Offshore Deep V" is the ulitmate blend of style, performance and race proven design. The step bottom design currently holds multiple championship titles in American Powerboat Racing Association factory series racing.

    Feel free to contact me with questions at 847-four zero four-5975
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    Greg,
    That is a great looking boat with lots of expensive work already done. I have never seen graphics continue to the trailer like that - highly cool! Do you have any more pictures of it? Bill

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    Bill from Denison, TX - Lake Texoma

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    Here you go............
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    These things are growing on me - cool boats.

    How is the 500hp boat hitting 80, the 750hp boat in OK running 84, and the 650hp boat running 92?
    "Speed's fine, but accuracy is final."
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    I have no direct experience with the 29 and I can't say if the 29 has the same pad as the 25 and 27 which would have a big effect on top speed. The 25's at 4,000lbs with a 496HO have tipped 77 with that 425hp. If it takes 10hp for every additional 1mph and you loose about 1mph for each 100lbs of added weight the math is telling you that 92mph might not be in the cards.

    Here is "Screamin Eagle", a 2003 Warlock 29 that was a frequent winner on the race course around 2006 I believe. I guess it sold a while back in Florida with 500EFI power.

    PRICE REDUCED !! Exceptionally Clean One Owner Boat. Professionally Rigged And Maintained. A Proven Winner By Holding Several Winning Titles Making It The Perfect Race/Poker Run Combination. The owner just had a COMPLETE NEW INTERIOR INSTALLED in the cockpit. The boat was just completely re-rigged. Trailer Available.
    Mercury Racing 500EFI w/XZ Bravo, Bravo 4 Blade Prop, Hydraulic Steering, K-Planes, Battery Switch, Seafire Halon Fire Suppression, Gaffrig Gauges, Gaffrig Throttles, Intercom System w/Ship To Shore Radio, New Stereo, Depth Finder, Garmin 162,Cockpit Cover And Mooring Cover, Screaming Eagle Graphics Are Vinyl And Can Be Removed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    I have no direct experience with the 29 and I can't say if the 29 has the same pad as the 25 and 27 which would have a big effect on top speed. The 25's with a 496HO have tipped 77-78 with that 425hp. If it takes 10hp for every additional 1mph and you loose about 1mph for each 100lbs of added weight the math is telling you that 92mph is not in the cards.
    Yeah roger, I was just kind of noting the discrepancy between the three very similar 29s listed here with odd power to speed ratios. I guess at the end of the day it behooves the buyer to bring a GPS to validate top-end if it is important to him. No doubt these are pretty efficient hulls and neat boats overall. Seem to be very realistically priced as well.
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    I'm burning time waiting to fly to CA and you got me to wonderin duckhunter. If the Warlock 25 World Class weighs 4000 would a 27 weigh 4500 would a 29 weigh 5000lbs? If the 25 WC does a best of 77mph with a 496HO then would that same motor in theory should push the 27 WC 5mph slower (72) and the 29 WC 5mph slower then that or 67 ?

    Now assume that the 29 WC has the same pad design as the 25 and 27...........

    So take the baseline of say 67mph for a 496HO/502 and build it back up for a 500EFI adding back in 80hp and 8mph and you are at 75mph for the 500EFI not the 80 being claimed. Now look at the 750hp 29 WC. If the baseline is 75 for a 500EFI then what does another 250 ponies buy you when the guy saying he has 650hp claims 92mph. My sense is that the 92mph claim is a little high and the 84mph claim is low only because the driver does not have the experience and cajones to use all 750 hamsters.

    Now I will say that the pad on the 29 does not look the same as the 25 and 27.........hmmmmm
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    Agreed, I'd say ALWAYS take a handheld GPS for a sea trial. If you don't have one and can't find one to borrow, it is probably worth buying one even if you never use it again.
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    Agreed. Looks like Warlocks are safely 85MPH top speed in the 29 foot length. Hard to argue with that given 25 (Edit 3/22: actually 24) degrees of deadrise. Wave crushers and balls out fast.
    Who else is making a 25 (Edit 3/22: 29 WC's are actually 24 degrees) V these days?
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    Here is another 29 World Class that just hit the market.............$30k

    1999 Warlock 29 World Class. 540 cu/in whipple supercharger, 766hp w/Bmax poker run drive, both recently rebuilt, excellent condition throughout, 2000 trailrite dual axle. call for details, $29,900 (518) 424-1896 Ballston Spa, NY
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    Here is a 1997 World Class 29 that did not sell a year ago and now came back on the market. Someone who knows the math can run the numbers on an 850 HP motor and 34" prop to see if 100mph makes sense. These boats weigh 4,850lbs light on fuel. ............$42k

    Up for sale is a 1997 ultimate warlock with a stepped hull, completely remodeled in 2004, with alarm, everything on this boat is custom including an Outerlimits interior. It has a fully built JC performance engine, Chevy big block 568ci, with supercharger, canfield heads, and dry sump oil pump, too many mods to list. Recently serviced. 850 hp motor with less than 200 hours. It also has a bravo XR drive with less than 10 hours, bought new not rebuilt. It is still under warranty. Huge k planes,The drive has a bravo 34" pitch worked prop. This is a 100 mph boat, gps verified (serious inquires only no joyrides). This boat is in showroom condition and has always been kept in dry storage. Trailer has a new axle just put on and all four tires are new, trailer is included. 42,000 obo Alex 786-282-0862
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