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  1. Manufacturers capacity is one thing. But for a user to stuff a lot of the capacity in the rear of the boat instead of properly distributing it is asking for issues that may not have been identified in the limited engineering capabilities of a smaller manufacturer.
  2. Bummed to hear issues like this, regardless of boat/manufacturer. But, with all this weight that everyone is running (and the rear biased distribution of it in these 257's), at what point do you stop? It seems to me that so many are focusing on having this insane wave that looks good on the internet, rather than being a better wakesurfer with the factory wake. If people focused on learning to be a better wakesurfer with proper technique and coaching, instead of slamming the crap out of your new boat, I doubt as many 'reliability' issues would surface.
  3. As a fan of wakeboats in general and having been around them for nearly 20 years....I don't think I'll be in a Centurion. Not taking anything away from them, or you guys for enjoying them, just not my cup o tea.
  4. 1999 Mastercraft Prostar 205 2004 Supra Launch 21 2005 Supra Launch 21V 2006 Supra Launch 21V 2008 Supra Launch 21V 2009 Supra Launch 21V 2010 Supra Launch 21V 2012 Supra Launch 21V 2013 Supra Launch 21V 2014 Super Air Nautique 210 2016 Malibu Wakesetter 23LSV 2017 Malibu Wakesetter 22MXZ 2018???? Who knows what 2018 will bring, but I'm lookin forward to it!
  5. I'm sure it was just a case of mistaken identity. But, there was no red on the boat and it was on a triple axle.
  6. The boys saw your Ri257 on the water on Monday at Saguaro, Joe...they said it looked great! I'm sure she'll be a great boat for you. Thanks,
  7. RI237 VS M235

    I sure wouldn't spend well north of 6 figures based on a video review, or a message board. But, to some, 150K+ US is a drop in the bucket, so I digress. I applaud the OP for his commitment to the dealer. I don't think you'll find anyone on here who has spent a good amount of time behind an M235. It's a pretty exclusive boat that's not for everyone. That being said, I don't think you'll find many M235 owners on the Malibu Forums either....kind of like why you don't see Lamborghini commercials on TV...those who can buy them aren't spending their evenings on the couch watching the tube. Best of luck, put on a drysuit and get your demo on!

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