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|Location||Eugene, Oregon, United States|
|Max Draft||0.71 m|
|Dry Weight||4250 lb|
|Fuel Tanks||53 gal|
|Hull Shape||Modified Vee|
The X-Star is the most decorated and honored and worshipped boat we’ve ever seen, and we’ve been doing this for 40 years. It stars at the PWT, X Games, Dew Action Sports Tour and SuperCross. The idealized wakes launched an entire culture of gravity-defying junkies. It’s the official towboat of everything cool and every significant tournament around the globe. It’s a big part of the soul of every pro who competes for the podium. Of course, the cult following begins at the incomparable wakes, so it’s not surprising the X-Star has pulled more 1080’s in competition than any other boat. But beyond mojo wakes, every other element of design has come together perfectly in a way that feels like nirvana. That’s why X-Star has coveted Rider’s Choice Awards four years in a row.
In the cockpit, the X-Star?s nerve center stems from the X-Pod, wired with the latest control area network (CAN) technology and digital speed control with standard MasterCraft Cruise. This bullet shaped configuration of billet aluminum, red faced gauges suspends the speedometer, tachometer and Perfect Pass cruise control in full view of the driver. The remainder of the dash is constructed of carbon fiber and houses all other essential instrumentation. The steering wheel is wrapped in leather and has a chrome center. The molded armrest incorporates a chrome throttle knob and a new digital AM/FM CD stereo remote.
Amidship, there is wrap-around seating (covered in dense 38 oz vinyl with new hammered metal vinyl accents), 4 stereo speakers with separates, a subwoofer and 8 more drink holders. Underneath each of the seats there are open cavities for storage. The observer?s seat opens from amidship or the bow to form a dual access compartment large enough to fit 2 wakeboards and loads of supplies. Above the observer?s seat, there is also a carbon fiber glove box that houses the Clarion receiver, a 12V outlet and room for +/- 30 cell phones. Above the cockpit is the Zero Flex Flyer tower with tight-clamping and rotating board racks that hold boards firmly in place while swiveling them inside or outside the boat. Tower speakers are capable of projecting greater distances to the rider.
The stern is almost unchanged above the water line. The X-Star still has a triple hatch sun pad and a large removable swim platform for launching riders. However, it has been re-powered with MasterCraft?s multiport 310 hp, 5.7L, RTP-1 power plant under the center hatch. The RTP-1 offers more response, torque, and power in a multi-port injected package.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.