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  1. jsalvanha
    04-01-2018 09:43 AM
    Hello! Just got a XT23 and still can't figure out the right tab sets and or ballast setup for a good GOOFY wave. Regular side looks good, but Goofy doesn't clean up....Any tips, recommendations?
    Many thanks!!
  2. BIG B
    08-10-2017 11:13 PM
    BIG B
    Hey guys,
    I'm looking to buy a 1998 Prostar 190 Sammy Duvalle w/a LS1. This boat has a 4 fin configuration on the bottom. I was told this is a special addition boat and that they only made 5 of them with the 4 fin.
    Is there anyone that can confirm this or point me the right direction to find out?
  3. Asaf Lev
    07-31-2017 05:58 AM
    Asaf Lev
    Hi does any one ownes Xt 21?how is the watersking? how is the wakesurfing? thx
  4. Nbergmann
    08-14-2016 01:58 AM
    I have a 2015 mastercraft x30. I have peen playing around with my setup but just can't make a good clean crisp wake. What setups are good? Ballasts, gen 2 surf tabs, speed, rope length, ect.?
  5. restadca
    07-12-2016 12:43 PM
    The new guy here. I have a 2007 X30 with 180 hours on it. We had some nasty weather the past could days in West Central MN. I started my boat the other day and while I was driving it, steam started coming from the engine, so I shut the boat off ASAP! The temperature gauge was fine; however, the 90 degree threaded pieces going into the exhaust manifold stripped and blew out. I checked the impeller and it is fine. I replaced the two 90 degree pieces that thread into the exhaust manifold on each side and fired up the boat. After a few minutes, the manifold gets too hot to touch. I took the 1" hose off the 90 to see if there was a steady stream of water and it just spit water on occasion. I'm going to check the hoses going from the impeller to the exhaust manifold, but any thoughts on what to check next? I really don't want to take the boat in if I don't have to b/c I'm going to get charged an arm and a leg, but I don't want to cut a corner either. Any help would be much appreciated!!1
  6. mikemali
    07-07-2016 05:26 PM
    Hello everyone! New Mastercraft owner in Lake Hopatcong, NJ here! I'm excited to join this group.

    I have a 2000 Maristar 210 vrs with a speedo issue. The plastic fitting broke off at the driver's panel and I'm finding it impossible to replace it. I've checked HD, hardware stores, boat dealers and car parts store. It's smaller than 1/8 threaded pipe. If anyone has a lead I'd I would appreciate the help. I'm going to post a photo shortly. Thanks for the help.
  7. Georgiamills
    01-07-2015 09:57 AM
    Hello everybody! If anyone is looking for new flooring for their boat this year check out our website @ http://www.commercialmatsandrubber.c...oring-c84.html. We are an online dealer located in upstate NY offering multiple types of marine flooring pre-cut to fit your boat. You can also add your boat manufacturers logo, your boat name or your own design!
  8. ChristopherLerario
    09-21-2014 08:59 PM
    Hi all....Long time reader first time member....I have a 1988 Tristar had broken teeth on the flywheel earlier this summer and put a new ring gear, clutch plate, and starter on with my diesel mechanic buddy..boat worked like a dream for 4-5 outings and now it only starts in gear. If I go reverse boat dies (no grinding at all), if I put throttle down nothing happens.. Any thoughts? Thanks!
  9. Gmoney
    07-02-2014 09:53 PM
    Hello, I am new to boating. I recently bought a 1996 mastercraft pro star 190. I took it out the other day for the first time since I bought it and I noticed the boat was taking on water below the motor where the bilge pump is. We did do a lot of sking and tubing but I don't think there should of been that much water, approximately 2 gallons. I was told by another boater that it could be the bellows. Where can I find the bellows and are they hard to replace? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Derekbranch
    06-26-2014 09:28 PM
    I am about 120 pounds 5"5" and still growing i am looking for a new wake board but don't want to invest to much money any suggestions on a board for wake boarding behind a prostar 205v, and also I'm an intermediate rider.

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