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  1. RI245 out the door price

    I received my quote yesterday. Fairly competitive price but not enough to overcome the price of my incoming 2021 G23. I have a great relationship with my Nautique dealer and he's giving me a pretty stellar deal, so the price of the Ri245 was going to have to be considerably better to make up the difference and at this juncture it wasn't enough. The new G23 hull design, in conjunction with the changes made to the NSS have made it arguably the best wave I've surfed, so I can't be too disappointed. Either way best of luck and enjoy whatever goat you choose.
  2. RI245 out the door price

    I am also interested in the answer to this question. I had been pretty set on the 2021 G23 (just sold my 2020) but the Ri245 has thrown a monkey wrench into my plans for the time being. I prefer to stick with PCM engines, so that eliminated the Supra, which I had initially considered. I surfed an SE550, which had a great wave but required 1000lbs of lead to make it anywhere in sniffing distance of the 2021 G23 or Mastercraft Xstar/X24. I love that you don't have to add any additional weight to the Centurions and they have come a long way on their fit and finish. The Ri245 looks like a game changer for them. Just have to make sure to empty the Ramfill if your going to be stopped for any period of time to avoid the hydrolocking hazard. That being said, it only takes 90 seconds to fill up, which really is a small price to pay, versus keeping all that lead on your boat.

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