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  1. I am looking to buy a VLX that was run in mostly brackish water a handful of times mostly fresh water ...can someone help me understand the risk of buying a boat that has been run in anything other than fresh water? this boat also happened to have the “saltwater engine system “ help!
  2. Hey all, Hoping you can help provide some insight for me as I begin my search for a new boat. I’ll start by saying I had an 06 21’ VLX that I sold in 2013 and this would be the first boat since that one. We have really gotten into surfing over the past few years when our on the lake with friends and family and are looking for a boat that has a superb wake for surfing along with plenty of room for friends. We unfotunately can not afford many of the brand new boats from Malibu (budget less than $95K) and are presented with a few options. Should we consider a brand new 21’
  3. hey everyone i have a 2012 malibu wakesetter lsv with the 6.2L supercharged engine with 310 hours on it. the fuel pump relay has burnt out on me 3 times now. i took out the main unit where all 4 relays plug into. all the wires behind there seemed solid. anyone ever had this issue? id rather not spend the 800 bucks on a new fuel pump but may have to. any suggestions??? thanks!
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