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RedOwl

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So we're still in the hunt for an all around family-fun v-drive. We need something big because of the number of friends and family that will be joining us.

I found an '07 Sunscape 247 LSV with the following:

Standard Features

Hammer Head 383 / 400 h.p. EFI-MPI

Silent Rider mufflers

Issotta Steering Wheel

Issotta Throttle Knob

Precision Pro Speed Control

Sony CD Removable/Downloadable 1 GB Memory w/8 Rockford Fosgate Spkrs, Amp & Remote

Swim Platform - Teak

Premium Polypropylene Carpeting

Shrinkable Shipping Cover

Flip Up Bolster Driver's Seat

Halogen Docking Lights (Stainless Steel)

Locking glove box

Malibu Sound Suppression Technology (MSST)

Pop-up bow light

Pull up cleats - Two Pair

Rubrail (Stainless rubrail w/through holes)

Ski tow bar/rear grab handle

Stainless Steel Cup Holders (qty based on model)

Halogen Docking Lights (Stainless Steel)

Accessories

Water Cooled Shaft Seal

Standard Classic

Depth Finder Module

Custom sport Shroud

Sony Digital Stereo Lounge Remote Control

Swim Platform - Fiberglass

Driver's Seat Heater

Heater - Three outlet

Sport Seating Package - Dual Buckets

Wedge (complete) Polished (MANUAL)

CS Boat Cover w/Illusion X Tower Cutouts Black Only

Extreme Sunscape 247 T/A w/brakes 235/60/R14

Am I missing anything major that will limit our enjoyment, hurt the resale, or limit overall performance?

Any thoughts/comments will be extremely helpful.

Thanks everyone. Dontknow.gif

:unsure:

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So we're still in the hunt for an all around family-fun v-drive. We need something big because of the number of friends and family that will be joining us.

I found an '07 Sunscape 247 LSV with the following:

Standard Features

Hammer Head 383 / 400 h.p. EFI-MPI

Silent Rider mufflers

Issotta Steering Wheel

Issotta Throttle Knob

Precision Pro Speed Control

Sony CD Removable/Downloadable 1 GB Memory w/8 Rockford Fosgate Spkrs, Amp & Remote

Swim Platform - Teak

Premium Polypropylene Carpeting

Shrinkable Shipping Cover

Flip Up Bolster Driver's Seat

Halogen Docking Lights (Stainless Steel)

Locking glove box

Malibu Sound Suppression Technology (MSST)

Pop-up bow light

Pull up cleats - Two Pair

Rubrail (Stainless rubrail w/through holes)

Ski tow bar/rear grab handle

Stainless Steel Cup Holders (qty based on model)

Halogen Docking Lights (Stainless Steel)

Accessories

Water Cooled Shaft Seal

Standard Classic

Depth Finder Module

Custom sport Shroud

Sony Digital Stereo Lounge Remote Control

Swim Platform - Fiberglass

Driver's Seat Heater

Heater - Three outlet

Sport Seating Package - Dual Buckets

Wedge (complete) Polished (MANUAL)

CS Boat Cover w/Illusion X Tower Cutouts Black Only

Extreme Sunscape 247 T/A w/brakes 235/60/R14

Am I missing anything major that will limit our enjoyment, hurt the resale, or limit overall performance?

Any thoughts/comments will be extremely helpful.

Thanks everyone. Dontknow.gif

:unsure:

Looks great.

Flush Pro would be nice

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RedOwl

please be merciful with your reply 'cause I'm new...

What's flush pro?

:Doh::Doh:

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Bill_AirJunky

A SkySki.

A couple of wakeboards.

A good non or low stretch rope.

A skiers down flag.

Some ski vests.

And a cooler of beer!

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RTS
please be merciful with your reply 'cause I'm new...

What's flush pro?

:Doh::Doh:

lets you hook up your garden hose to the engine to 'flush' the lake/river water out of it...or for running the engine in the driveway for service, or just to hear it run. Thumbup.gif

A good, relatively cheap, option to have, in my opinion

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Malibudude
please be merciful with your reply 'cause I'm new...

What's flush pro?

:Doh::Doh:

A good description of it here.

A SkySki.

A couple of wakeboards.

A good non or low stretch rope.

A skiers down flag.

Some ski vests.

And a cooler of beer!

SKip the beer and add bikini babes... Thumbup.gif

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RedOwl

Thanks for the info on the flush pro.

Can't I keep the beer AND add bikini babes?!?!?! Partytime.gif

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ilovetrains

power wedge, not really a must, but might affect resale slightly. I think most people getting a 247 expect a power wedge..

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99response

the colors, motor, and power or manual wedge are the only things you can not change on the boat. If you are happy with those 3 things then go for it.

With a boat like the 247 you may want to just go for the big block....

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Ronnie

How many people do you normally have on board?

How will you use the boat? Party Cove? Riding around the lake? Skiing? Wakeboarding? Surfing? Tubing? SkySkiing?

Do you know if you want the Sunscape or a Wakesetter?

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RedOwl

We'll be using it for all of the above. We wanted a boat that is good enough for everything.

The boat I sent you the specs for is sitting on a dealers lot and I wouldn't be able to modify color, wedge or engine.

I just want to make sure that buying something off the lot instead of spec'ing it out myself won't leave me/my family disappointed.

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Malibudude
We'll be using it for all of the above. We wanted a boat that is good enough for everything.

The boat I sent you the specs for is sitting on a dealers lot and I wouldn't be able to modify color, wedge or engine.

I just want to make sure that buying something off the lot instead of spec'ing it out myself won't leave me/my family disappointed.

I'd inquire about the floating wedge cost to replace it w/ the standard manual wedge. Other than that I think you've got a good list of options.

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Molarbu

I might be stupid, but ballast doesn't seem to appear on the list. If it doesn't have the stock ballast, I'd probably keep looking.

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Ronnie

Does the 247 Sunscape have built in ballast? That's why I was asking up a few posts if he was sure he wanted a Sunscape.

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68Slalom
A SkySki.

A couple of wakeboards.

A good non or low stretch rope.

A skiers down flag.

Some ski vests.

And a cooler of beer!

Beat me to the "Ice" Cold Beer, and some of those fruity drinks for the women Thumbup.gif

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