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Old 06-21-2017, 10:55 AM
baedwards5 baedwards5 is offline
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Boat: 2012 X14v
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We have a 2012 x14v that I long line behind. It is a great crossover boat with the hull design and unloaded for a flatter wake or load it down for a crisp wake for wakeboarding. I am only 160 so we do not need the speed you are looking for, but I have had it upwards of 50mph. We have only found a nice surf wave one time, but received a wake shaper for fathers day that I hope to try out this evening. If that works, I will be very happy to say I can barefoot, ski, wakeboard, surf (and tube) behind a single boat.
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Old 06-21-2017, 12:29 PM
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Boat: 2008 X-14 MCX w/Powerslot
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We have a 2012 x14v that I long line behind. It is a great crossover boat with the hull design and unloaded for a flatter wake or load it down for a crisp wake for wakeboarding. I am only 160 so we do not need the speed you are looking for, but I have had it upwards of 50mph. We have only found a nice surf wave one time, but received a wake shaper for fathers day that I hope to try out this evening. If that works, I will be very happy to say I can barefoot, ski, wakeboard, surf (and tube) behind a single boat.
I'll be interested to see how the wakeshaper attaches and works with the stepped hull design of the 14. We surf but have to keep the rope in our hands. The kids still have a blast (and so do I).

As far as prop goes, the powerslot X14 DD has the prostar 214 3 blade CNC prop from the factory. It's got amazing hole shot. I've considered going to a different prop to get lower RPMs at ski and cruising speed.
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Old 06-21-2017, 03:49 PM
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Join Date: Dec 2014
Boat: 07 Prostar 197 5.7 320hp
Location: Southeast
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Quicker for sure but I do not think top speed is better. What is your RPM at top speed in an unloaded boat? Have you had your prop checked? I picked up a few MPH going to a CNC 3 blade from a traditional 13x13.
If I remember it was 4900. Prop has been checked and it's fine. It's a 4 blade 12.5x12. Just ordered a 13x12 3 blade. Hoping that will give me the speed. My coach said I need to be at 43/44.
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Old 06-21-2017, 03:51 PM
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Boat: 07 Prostar 197 5.7 320hp
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Boozer Jeff if you ever around central Florida
You welcome to come get a pull !!

6.2 illmore 51.5 MPh plenty speed my baby is Fast!
I try to get down to Winterhaven to my ski school but I'll look you up next time I'm down.
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Old 06-21-2017, 07:23 PM
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My X14V with the 5.7 runs 46/47 with my current prop.
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Old 06-22-2017, 09:05 AM
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trunderw... I was able to attach the wakeshaper just above the stepped haul and with all 3 ballast full it was just under the water. I was surprised on how well it did work and it smoothed out the wake. Because I was behind the boat I couldn't tell if the wakeshaper stayed fully submerged when we reached speed, but I'm sure with additional weight/people in the boat that would help. I plan at some point to take with and without pictures, so if you are interested please PM me.
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Old 07-23-2017, 01:24 PM
Barefoot 19 Barefoot 19 is offline
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Boat: Prostar214v 6.2 L 2013
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I think I found you a nice x 14

He bought his boat few months before mine it's a 2014 x 14 BTS windshield with a 6-0 in it

He pulls 2 200 lb guys barefooting 44 miles an hour
That boat is sweet only 65 hours on it
I think he bought it brand-new last year even though it's a 2014

You going to find them under the name of kryzmc93

He's the gentleman that help me find my boat last year


Let me know what you find out :-)
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Old 07-23-2017, 03:41 PM
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I think I found you a nice x 14

He bought his boat few months before mine it's a 2014 x 14 BTS windshield with a 6-0 in it

He pulls 2 200 lb guys barefooting 44 miles an hour
That boat is sweet only 65 hours on it
I think he bought it brand-new last year even though it's a 2014

You going to find them under the name of kryzmc93

He's the gentleman that help me find my boat last year

Let me know what you find out :-)


This would be an X14V if it is a 2014. Sounds like a great boat.
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