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Kb11

2007 Sunscape 21 Lsv ?'s (Surf Wake)

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Kb11

Hey guys new to the site and wanted to ask a question. what is the Surf Wake like behind a 2007 LSV 21 ? I am thinking about purchasing one and wanna make sure that i will get a good wave.

Here is the link to the boat - Let me know your thoughts and if you think that is a good price on the boat. THANKS!!

http://www.carolinainboard.com/usedboats/2007-malibu-21-lsv-sunscape/

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liljohn

It will have a good wave with the right amount of weight. Note it does not have the bow tank and that boat will want weight in the nose for all sports. I didn't see a price so its hard to comment on it being a deal or not.

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liljohn

For that price with those hours. You can find a wakesetter that will have better options and more bling. In other words it would not be my first choice for that kinda cash.

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srab

I have the 2006 version of that boat, except mine has the LCR and a Boatmate trailer. Is that a Power

Wedge or the floater?

It'll surf just fine with 400# in the bow, 400# on the rear seat surf-side, and 750# in the rear storage

surf-side, but you'll probably get really tired of pumping water in and out. We rarely surf anymore

because its not worth the hassle for us.

$40K seems crazy high to me, FWIW. I was out the door with my boat for $39K back in 2006.

I had the tower and bimini added for another $3500. Extreme trailer, Monsoon, and Power Wedge

would add another $5000 or so to that boat when new, but now its a five year old boat. Just not

worth that kind of money, IMHO, especially if your interests lean towards surfing.

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