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Old 04-27-2010, 11:35 PM
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Boat: 1994 Mastercraft Maristar 200
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1994 Maristar 200


I am thinking about purchasing a 1994 Maristar 200, and i don't really know much about them and can't seem to find much info on the web. So, can anyone offer any information on the boat.

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Old 04-28-2010, 12:23 AM
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You might have better luck searching for it as a maristar 200 VRS. I think there are a good number of threads on here about them, and I beleive the hulls and features were the same up until the late 90's, but not 100% certain on that.
If it's a penny for your thoughts & you give me your two cents, what happens to the other penny? Taxes, the democrats tax everything!!

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In the market though...
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Old 04-28-2010, 09:35 AM
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I have a 95 Maristar 200VRS and Iím not sure what differences there are between a 95 and a 94. I traded in my 87 Prostar for the Maristar because the family needed more interior room. I do a have a few issues with my Maristar:
It has the smaller Euro Platform which I still donít like compared to a teak platform.
Some of us (not all) have a porpoising issue. Mine will porpoise over 30 mph with more than 3 or 4 people in the boat. Make sure you do a test drive and bring some friends. Iím still working on my problem. If a motor alignment doesnít fix it, I will add a wake plate.
I had to add an Airguide speedometer because the factory speedo was crap.
Iíve owned my Maristar for 4 years now and Iím still not 100% happy with it. Iíve owned 2 direct drive MCs and it was a big change going to the V-drive. I do all of my own maintenance and EVERYTHING you need to work on is harder to get to on a V-drive!!!!
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