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P7M89MM

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Soon2BV

That is sweet. Great find.

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Dare2goBare

Congrats! Wow very clean.... not to much work needed here to get this classic looking prim.

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tomas

Nice boat! Looks very well taken care of.

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mnhays

holy crap that boat is beautiful!! Welcome! :werule:

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gwoods

Awesome boat! Looks like it needs no work at all. Love the pimped out windows! Go out and blast some turns behind that thing!

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P7M89MM

Awesome boat! Looks like it needs no work at all. Love the pimped out windows! Go out and blast some turns behind that thing!

Thanks! Paint came out looking good in the pictures. The lower red section has some oxidation that I'll have to work on. Picked up the trailer guide poles that are in the picture along with a matching shock tube from Bakes. I think I'll throw on the MalibuCrew transom cover and I'm going with the evolution cover. It is just about ready to go - maybe one set next weekend and then time for winterizing already. I've grown up around boats but this is my first. I need to out fit it with the basics, flag, ski rope, dock lines ect.

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WoodyBC

Congrats! She is beautiful!

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Woodski

Great looking boat! You might look in to full sides on the cover, that will help with oxidation on the red/black sides.

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dtm8119

What a great color scheme!

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P7M89MM

Great looking boat! You might look in to full sides on the cover, that will help with oxidation on the red/black sides.

Thanks! Will do. It'll be in a garage for winter but outside next summer.

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ahopkinsVTX

That is probably the best skier I have ever seen. I love red and black on almost every boat but man that thing is sweet looking. So clean a classic!! Great buy!

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P7M89MM

What a great color scheme!

I haven't seen any online with this exterior AND interior. There's one on Google images with the same exterior though.

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Mrsamman

Great looking find. Congrats.

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ryangb

That's by far the sickest Skier I've ever seen. Sweet boat man.

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martinarcher

Nice boat! I love it! Is the boat all original gelcoat or was it painted at one time? I've never seen that exact color scheme before.

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CumminsBu

Sweet bu, enjoy!

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P7M89MM

Nice boat! I love it! Is the boat all original gelcoat or was it painted at one time? I've never seen that exact color scheme before.

All original. As I mentioned above, there's a boat with the same exterior on google images but different interior.

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Malibuzer

That is awesome. I have started thinking hard about going to a VLX and buying an old skier for the skinny stick!

Welcome!

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brad72

Very nice looking boat and like others love the red/black colour combo

What is the data on the dash below the rhs speedo?

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P7M89MM

Very nice looking boat and like others love the red/black colour combo

What is the data on the dash below the rhs speedo?

Jump and slalom course times for various speeds. I'm not sure how the jump times work but I think the slalom times should be for entry and exit gates.

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Soon2BV

Jump and slalom course times for various speeds. I'm not sure how the jump times work but I think the slalom times should be for entry and exit gates.

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I believe when pulling for tournaments there are sensors and timers for the elapsed time through the course. Those times would be compared to the actual from the sensor times. Different levels have different speed requirements.

I would also assume something similar for jump to be sure the driver had the right speed for approach and for continuing through the jump sequence.

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Baddog

Very nice looking, but how do you see out of the windshield??

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P7M89MM

Very nice looking, but how do you see out of the windshield??

The windshield is so low that you look right over the top of it.

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Levi900RR

WOW and :drool:

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