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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby hairy steve » Thu Nov 18, 2010 3:21 pm

hi I have a genuine regal valanti owners manual if any one needs any info.
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby john.hartslief » Sun Jan 16, 2011 1:32 pm

Hi Steve,
Can you perhaps assist with the wiring diagrams for the 190. Our starter motor burned out recently and we subsequently found that the previous owner modified the electrics which we want to return to standard. Our local agents in the Republic of South Africa is unable to source a manual.
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby gs2u » Fri May 20, 2011 3:04 pm

Does anyone have all the exact specifications for the 2760, model year 2001? I just bought one.
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby kellyg » Fri May 20, 2011 8:51 pm

Copy this link to your address bar and it will take you back to the archive brochure for your boat. Clkick on the "Magazine Link" to view test results. To view the pictures, simply hit "enter" on each to picture to view.

http://web.archive.org/web/200102021734 ... boats.com/
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby gs2u » Mon May 23, 2011 5:09 pm

Thanks Gary, useful site!

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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby That's Good » Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:58 am

Hello all. my husband are novice boaters and we just purchased a 1995 regal Commodore 272. :D Had no manual or anything. I was wondering if anyone had any info on the model. looking to tow it soon, we need the specs so we can buy the right truck. Thanks.
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby zzlovemyregal » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:08 pm

Our boat is a regal 256 commodore and when we purchased it - no manual came with it. I looked through this website and don't see any for it or specs - would it be similar to any other manuals or specs you have available? Thanks for hosting this website - we love our regal.
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby Viking » Wed Jun 15, 2011 4:22 pm

I have just purchase a 1989 Sebring 195XL and was wondering if anyone would have a manual for this one?

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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby 870SURF » Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:32 pm

HI everyone!
I am new to the ROF and have a few questions for any Commodore 2760 or 2960 owners/previous owners regarding ride in the rough seas, reliability ect...

A little about myself.
I am 42 years old, love boating and have slowly been working my way up to the idea of one day owning a midsize cruiser. Over the last 15 years I've had 2 small boats. The first was an 18 foot Yamaha twin engine jet boat which was alot of fun but a flat water only boat. She hated chop and was much better suited for lakes than Maui waters. The second purchase was a 6 meter Zodiac Yachtline 600 RIB which I customized with a hard top, surf racks and speargun holders. I've had great adventures in her and still have it today. My Zodiac rides Ok in the chop...but I definitely am pushing the limits on what it was designed to do. And now am ready to step it up...

I have researched all the brands out there and for the fit, finish and money have narrowed my choices down to a 2001 Commodore 2760 or 2960 . But, So far I have not been able to find anyone who can tell me how these models may fare in Hawaiian waters. There are no Commodore owners here on Maui ( at least none that I know of ) so thought I'd check in with you guys as to which model you may suggest. I really was leaning towards the 2760 due to it's steep 21 degree deadrise (vs 19degrees of the 2960 ) but not sure how important of a factor that really is. The 2960 does have a wider beam which I imagine will help with stability, and I do love her lines. The galley, Aft room and cockpit lay out of the 2960 is very attractive to my overnight and camping needs as well. The only thing I'm not crazy about on the 2960 is the single captains chair - I would much prefer more forward facing seating up front. A double wide helm seat for my lady to sit close by me would be nice. But I Suppose I could always put in a different seat down the line. Has anyone here changed out there captain seat on their Commodore 2960?

Well, any and all feed back will be greatly appreciated.

Happy boating and look forward to hearing from many of you.

Hope you are having a great Summer!!!

Brian
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby Flynn2760 » Fri Sep 09, 2011 10:24 am

2760 year 2000, what model should I be looking at in the specs?
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby Bob » Fri Sep 09, 2011 10:52 am

Great information, just what I was looking for.
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby Canada » Wed Oct 05, 2011 6:45 am

try youtube...
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby PineCone32 » Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:14 am

ive just bought my first boat it is a 84 regal and im trying to find the model... What can i do to figure out what model it is
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby Canada » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:32 pm

record the HIN number and call regal. All the numbers in the HIN mean something and Regal should be able to tell you model, month of manufacturer, etc etc....
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby rommer » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:42 pm

HIN = Hull Identification Number

Usually located somewhere on the starboard side of the stern transom area.

For Regals the HIN starts with RGM
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby Chris_in_Texas » Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:09 pm

Hey Rommer,

Think that Regal might supply some new numbers for all the new models? :geek:
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby rommer » Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:51 am

Well you could just buy one of each model and then you'd know! :)
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby randrews45 » Wed Jun 05, 2013 6:44 am

I'm boating on Lake Lanier north of Atlanta, GA. It is one of the busiest lakes in the USA, thus has some really bad waves from heavy cruiser and houseboat traffic. I used to use a Harris 24' pontoon boat which could not handle any deep swells which would wash over the bow, always had to ride through them sideways to avoid a tidal wave washout. I now have a 1996 Regal 258 Commodore with its deep V hull. I've found that the Commodore plows straight through those same deep swells with ease at full speed, often do not notice any bounce as I plow through them. I would imagine the newer longer models would have a better ride than what I'm using now. Houseboats can dish out some really deep swells that I have to slow down for but I would think a 28' - 30' Commodore would not be a problem.

870SURF wrote:HI everyone!
I am new to the ROF and have a few questions for any Commodore 2760 or 2960 owners/previous owners regarding ride in the rough seas, reliability ect...

A little about myself.
I am 42 years old, love boating and have slowly been working my way up to the idea of one day owning a midsize cruiser. Over the last 15 years I've had 2 small boats. The first was an 18 foot Yamaha twin engine jet boat which was alot of fun but a flat water only boat. She hated chop and was much better suited for lakes than Maui waters. The second purchase was a 6 meter Zodiac Yachtline 600 RIB which I customized with a hard top, surf racks and speargun holders. I've had great adventures in her and still have it today. My Zodiac rides Ok in the chop...but I definitely am pushing the limits on what it was designed to do. And now am ready to step it up...

I have researched all the brands out there and for the fit, finish and money have narrowed my choices down to a 2001 Commodore 2760 or 2960 . But, So far I have not been able to find anyone who can tell me how these models may fare in Hawaiian waters. There are no Commodore owners here on Maui ( at least none that I know of ) so thought I'd check in with you guys as to which model you may suggest. I really was leaning towards the 2760 due to it's steep 21 degree deadrise (vs 19degrees of the 2960 ) but not sure how important of a factor that really is. The 2960 does have a wider beam which I imagine will help with stability, and I do love her lines. The galley, Aft room and cockpit lay out of the 2960 is very attractive to my overnight and camping needs as well. The only thing I'm not crazy about on the 2960 is the single captains chair - I would much prefer more forward facing seating up front. A double wide helm seat for my lady to sit close by me would be nice. But I Suppose I could always put in a different seat down the line. Has anyone here changed out there captain seat on their Commodore 2960?

Well, any and all feed back will be greatly appreciated.

Happy boating and look forward to hearing from many of you.

Hope you are having a great Summer!!!

Brian
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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby Sfbk » Fri Jun 14, 2013 12:36 pm

Hello all,

Regal 320 Commadore 89' 7,4 twin engine / green line

I am currently enjoying a full restoration project of the "Regal 320 Commadore"
The boat is totally stripped of all equipment, except parts of the living. I just finished building
2 mercedes OM606 engines 3,0 td. - Ready for installation.
-owners manual - tech specs - where to find spares or used parts - convertible top...All information
or help will be extremely appriciated....
Btw. - Me and the boat is from Denmark / Europe.

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Re: Regal Model Specs

Postby mainemanstan1 » Sun Mar 09, 2014 7:49 pm

new owner new to site, 1996 182 valanti se, need lots of info for rebuild and EFI upgrade,
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