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Old 01-23-2013, 06:12 PM
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also forgot to mention there are a few members here on teamtalk that live in the kansas city area that might be able to take a look at the x2 for you.
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Old 01-23-2013, 06:17 PM
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I will check on other features the boat has and post up. That would be great if a member lived close by and wanted to check it out! If someone is interested just send me a PM and we can work something out! In regards to price he seemed reluctant to move down much past $37 but money talks so if that time comes we will just have to see!
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Old 01-23-2013, 06:21 PM
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bobx1, that switch was in 06 when the newer pickle fork x2 came out. it was called a x1. i agree the boat looks clean just get some updated pictures.

i don't know about kansas laws but in oklahoma we do not tag boat trailers.
ttu:

My post #11 in the thread mentioned the 205V > XStar > X2 > X1 but I was thinking the stripped down version they offered (for only 1 year, I think) occurred either in 2005 (the X2) or 2006 (the X1). I remember the ad clear as day in my head as it was a yellow boat. I seem to remember my dealer telling me what it did not include but can't recall exactly what it was.

Good to know on the trailer tag...did not realize that.
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Old 01-23-2013, 06:30 PM
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bobx1, i could be wrong but i am pretty sure it was 06. that was when they targeted the x1 as a price point boat.. no swivel rack, no stereo and i am not sure about the ballast.

radchad, if you do a little research in the "search" area you can probably find some guys in the kc area.

i am betting that x2 came out of marine world in wichita.

last by looking at the pictures that owner has a nice spread!!!
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Old 01-23-2013, 06:54 PM
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ttu - I think you are right on the price point boat being 2006 X1.

Chad:

When I was shopping for my X1, these were the “typical” 2007 X1 (remember, the 2005 X2 is the 2006+ X1) options from dealers in my area. Maybe it will help when asking the guy questions and making your list of what it has.

RTP or MCX Engine (the boat you are considering has the MCX which is an extra $ option)

MasterCruise Speed Control or Perfect Pass (yours has PP and also extra $)

Clarion head unit w/ CD & MP3 adapter and drivers side remote

iPod interface

JL Audio cockpit speakers

Driver’s side Bolster Seat

(2) JL Audio Tower Speakers (extra add-on)

AMP (extra add on for tower speakers)

Two Rear Ballast Tanks (standard)

KGB Ballast (extra)

Swivel Board/Ski Racks (extra)

Tower mirror (extra)

Mastercraft Bimini Top (extra)

Towable Mastercraft Cover (extra)

Fiberglass or Teak swim platform

Single Axle Mastercraft trailer and Swing Away Trailer Tongue

Spare Tire (extra)

Heater (optional)

P.S. Other members don’t flame me if I left something off as these were the TYPICAL options in MY AREA for a 2007 X1.
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:12 PM
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Thanks Bobx1, that is a very nice list to go through with the owner! I will copy that down!
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:23 PM
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bobx1, hope you didn't take my post as a flame to you..
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:32 PM
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Bob makes some great points. I would be pissed if I went to pick up the boat and it was oxidized, sun faded, etc. from being on a lift for 7 years. Get some updated pics, video, etc. Just sold a 2005 X-Star to Alberta Canada, buyer said send me 2 videos, one with it running, the other with the stereo blasting. Pretty easy to do on an iPhone. He wired the money the next day.....
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Old 01-23-2013, 08:39 PM
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If the pictures are current, then it sure looks like a beauty. Does it have the KGB center ballast? That was an option. I'd ask for a service history to make sure it was well maintained. What people ask for $-wise versus what they actually get are two different stories. You won't find many 05 X-2's, which I think is the most desirable year and model of the 205V hull, in cosmetic condition as that one appears. The two bargaining points to me would be single axle trailer, and the yellow color. Some will love yellow, some will not like it, and some don't care. It does narrow the market some which gives the buyer leverage.
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Old 01-23-2013, 10:27 PM
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bobx1, hope you didn't take my post as a flame to you..
Not at all TTU. That disclaimer was to cover my A$$ with the MCOCD crowd that will claim I left off the Transom Saver option on the teak platform. It is all good in the hood my friend.
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