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2001 MASTERCRAFT Prostar 209.
2001 MASTERCRAFT Prostar 209
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Address: Portland, OR Body Style: Power
Item Class: Ski And Wakeboard Boat
Fuel Type: GAS
Propulsion Type: DIRECT DRIVE
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2001 Mastercraft Prostar 209 21' Ski Boat. Brand new engine with 0 hours. Motor 2001 Mastercraft Dual Axle Trailer with spare tire Includes perfect pass, 3 batteries, ski tow bar, AM/FM/CD Stereo with Dual 160 Watt Amps, ski ropes, life vests, wood aft platform and much more. Tower is not included. PS209 SPECS New Base price: $52,000 Length: 21 ft. Beam: 96 in. Seating capacity: 9 Fuel capacity: 35 gal. Test Prop: OJ 12.5 x 12 4-blade Test Engine: Indmar MCX 5.7L, 350 hp Top Speed: 42.5 mph 5,000 rpm Accel. To 30 mph: 5.2 sec. 123.5 ft. Accel. To 36 mph: 7.2 sec. 222.5 ft. Noise Levels (db): Neutral 63 D 61 R, 36 mph 85 D 96 R Tricks, slalom, jumping - the ProStar 190 does it all. It pulled the U.S. Nationals decades ago, and it still pulls skiing world records today. In addition, the 190 features full display instrumentation with all of the controls you need for maximum performance, a full-width rear storage compartment, and the rear seat converts to a comfy three-person sun pad when you re not chasing world records. Overview For skiers who want to share their course experiences with the family or a group of friends, MasterCraft offers the ProStar 209, the most spacious slalom specialist in its lineup. With a 96-inch beam and impressive wake performance for its size class, the 209 not only boasts specs that will make both passengers and skiers happy, it also won our testers' approval as a choice family-slalom combo. Wakes This wide-body direct-drive only takes a slight step down in wakes from its high-performing ProStar siblings, the 190 and 197. Although spray may be an issue at really short line lengths, the 209 ranked above average in almost every aspect of our tests, from impressive wake size to a manageable bump at 22 off. Handling The 209's responsiveness was above average, though it was just a little slower out of the hole compared to the 197. It tracked fairly well, and the nimble power turns in this wider-than-usual tournament-level direct-drive were impressive. Comfort Besides the impressive spaciousness of the interior, the 209 also features thoughtful touches of comfort such as a low-profile dash to improve driver visibility as well as snap-out carpet in the open bow. The rear bench seat can easily fit four adults across its plush upholstery.
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