>> >Is there a reputable Malibu dealer around there? If so check out the
>> >Sunsetter/WakeSetter V-drive models.
>> Yeah but we have narrowed it down to these two boats. We would just
>> go ahead and buy the CC but the Tige' looks like two boats in one.
>> >If not your choices are a start. Really look at them though.
>> >Construction, materials, longevity, resale - not just the bells and
>> We're the type who will use a boat for about 5 years or so and move on
>> to another. Used Tige's seem to hold their value around these
>> parts(Austin)...of course CC maintain their value the best from what
>> we have seen.
>> >Watch the width. Depending on your state there are limits on trailer
>> >width and may require a custom trailer. Ask your dealer.
>> Looked into it, it's all good.
>> >I have heard and experienced the Tige' having trouble holding speeds
>> >a big boat, I know). Lots of throttle adjustment to maintain a
>> >speed. My demo had the 350mag MPI.
>> We were think of getting the cruise control option if we went with the
>> Tige'. Would that solve that problem?
>> >L10 reported that the engine noise in the Tige' was quiet and
>> >friendly. They didn't mention the other noises it makes. My test
>> >the Tige' included a rattling tower, groaning hull, vibes in the
>> >This has been commented on before. IMO these are important things to
>> >notice, but I'm picky.
>> >On your demo ride look for turbulence in the wake. I didn't pay
>> >to it at first until someone pointed it out. Also you'll notice
>> >wake to wake distance is much wider than the CC SA. I checked from
>> >50', it's wider.
>> i'll check it out. wakeworld rated the wakes pretty smooth in
>> comparison with the other boats reviewed(including the pro air
>> >Sounds like you've made your decision already <g>.
>> Well our decision would be with the CC but we would really get a lot
>> of use out of a bigger boat. Our minds our not made up yet.
>> >All around boat? IMO the Tige' slalom wake doesn't come close to
>> >SA wake above 25mph. I remember it being very wide at 34 and 0
>> >34 and 15 off, a rooster tail was present.
>> Well I meant more in the way of just*** out on the lake. That's
>> why we have narrowed it down to these two boats. I'm sure the CC is a
>> better boat to ride behind. From what I have heard it performs much
>> better. The Tige' has other selling points like it's size, passenger
>> friendliness and wake control.
>> >I'm sure. Honestly make yourself calm down. Really look at them
>> >if possible demo the Malibu.
>> I'll try to contain myself :)
>Before you buy. Please read the LEVEL 10 Performance report.
>For the last two years Tige' Has won WAKEBOARD Boat of the Year.
>Now I didn't say SKIBOAT I Said WAKEBOARD Boat.
>I tested all the so called Wakeboard boats out there and I agreed with
>the the Level 10 performane report. So much that I bought a Tige' 21V
>So far it has been the perfect Wakeboard boat.
>One last thought, you can add weigth to it and it does produce a bigger
>wake. But you can do that with any other wakeboard boat. All I can
>say is with out the extra weight the wake is still bigger than other
>wakeboard boats with add weight. That includes the CC.
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