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Old 05-03-2013, 01:02 PM
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I'm not even sure. Slot has never been something I've given much thought. Pretty sure the indication is on the top of the transmission if you really want to know I'll go by storage and check.

I do know we pull 4 adult bare-footers deep water with no issue out of the hole or top end, so power has never been an issue.

You can just look at the prop/shaft.

Slots gonna have a 14" with a larger bore.

I have a 94 PS190 non-slot - and its not a slouch... BUT - as I understand it the non-slot 1:1 boat was not tournament approved in these years, only the slot, and on a smallish lake - this could be muy importante.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:53 PM
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I don't know. JohnE was (is) supposed to have me ship it to him, but hasn't yet. I told him I would take it that far (to Hiawassee) and he could get it from there. I think he has it listed for sale, but not 100% on that. I'll call him and see whats up.
At one time his asking price was $14,900. 1050 hours on it. Perfect condition. Brand new tires on both sides.
2 Months ago I'd have sold it for $14,900. I really didn't want a purple boat. But now that it is May I am going to keep it and decide over the summer how much the color bugs me. The Only Inboards ad expired. I need to delete the SIA again ad. Next week. right now just taking a quick break from installing a walkway.
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Old 05-03-2013, 03:31 PM
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A couple of points on the Ski Nautiques. They had the Euro slant back until 1996 (the NWZ hull). The new and improved hull with the bubble back (TSC) began in 1997 and continued through 2001. 2002--2005 (TSC2). 2006--2009 (TSC3). All good hulls. Also, all Ski Nautiques in the range you mentioned had gear reduced (1.23:1) transmissions standard.

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Old 05-04-2013, 08:49 AM
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97 190, LT1 with slot. He's been trying to sell for a long time!

http://denver.craigslist.org/boa/3710171033.html



Don't know what to say about this one......?!? I did email asking what year and what transmission (left it for him to figure out what they were called to see if he even knows the boat).

http://denver.craigslist.org/boa/3745361558.html
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Old 05-04-2013, 11:32 AM
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97 190, LT1 with slot. He's been trying to sell for a long time!

http://denver.craigslist.org/boa/3710171033.html



Don't know what to say about this one......?!? I did email asking what year and what transmission (left it for him to figure out what they were called to see if he even knows the boat).

http://denver.craigslist.org/boa/3745361558.html
I talked to that guy with the LT1 190. I almost bought it, but went the 205 route instead. Good guy, nice boat. It used to be Tommy's from Tommy's Ski Shop in the Denver area. That thing has been around the world, literally, but very well taken care of. He has come down in price, surprised it is still for sale.
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Old 05-04-2013, 12:32 PM
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I talked to that guy with the LT1 190. I almost bought it, but went the 205 route instead. Good guy, nice boat. It used to be Tommy's from Tommy's Ski Shop in the Denver area. That thing has been around the world, literally, but very well taken care of. He has come down in price, surprised it is still for sale.
Did you pick up the Black and Blue 205 a few days ago?!? That was a sweet looking one!

Interesting history from Tommy's......kinda cool little tidbit on that boat.

Decent price so I would think it would of sold by now too.
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:33 PM
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Did you pick up the Black and Blue 205 a few days ago?!? That was a sweet looking one!

Interesting history from Tommy's......kinda cool little tidbit on that boat.

Decent price so I would think it would of sold by now too.
Nah, picked up my 205 out in CA back in Jan when I was talking to the guy with the 190 in CO. I have an aunt and uncle in Boulder so that's why I was looking at that one.
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Old 05-05-2013, 10:47 AM
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Kyle - noticed a couple of late 80's 190 for sale in Utah. $8700-9000. I don't know anything about these but maybe what your after?
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Old 05-05-2013, 10:55 AM
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2 Months ago I'd have sold it for $14,900. I really didn't want a purple boat. But now that it is May I am going to keep it and decide over the summer how much the color bugs me. The Only Inboards ad expired. I need to delete the SIA again ad. Next week. right now just taking a quick break from installing a walkway.
If you want this boat john, you're gonna have to come to Hiawassee, Ga. to retrieve it! Its only six more weeks away. Bout the time you get moved in that house, you'll NEED a break. So pack a few pairs of shorts, a ski, vest, and come the hell on! Oh, and bring a trailer hitch too!
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Old 06-02-2013, 10:33 PM
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Kyle with luck my 190 is hitting the market this week. 92 285HP w/ 650 hours. It is not a slot, but velvet drive in this boat has a ton of power. If you have any interest drop me a PM.
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