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madison_boarder 12-31-2007 10:04 AM

I saw this on correctcraftfan, and if it's in good shape it's a STUNNING deal: <BR>2001 Nautique with PP Pro, Fuel injection (!!) 5,900$ <BR> <BR>take a look: <a href="http://correctcraftfan.com/diaries/details.asp?ID=1496" target="_blank">http://correctcraftfan.com/diaries/details.asp?ID=1496</a>

mikeski 12-31-2007 10:12 AM

Make sure to test the wood stringers on this one. It looks great the wood is still solid. Not sure why somebody would install fuel injection on this boat. The carbed motor in my 1984 ran better than any fuel injection motor I have owned (after the carb was rebuilt at 800 hours). Note the hull is blue, it's not just the picture.

madison_boarder 12-31-2007 1:14 PM

I've hard carb issues, but that's just how it is with carburetors. I'm surprised they'd sell it this cheap with a 1k+$ PP and a 2k$+ fuel injection system added (unless the Fuel Injection is NOT multi-point, in which case, it's worse than a carburetor).

wakedoctor 01-01-2008 9:16 AM

Carbs don't perform in GA like other areas. It is just to hummid.

882001 01-01-2008 9:19 AM

my carb works great in 100% humidty

madison_boarder 01-01-2008 1:52 PM

Craig, <BR> <BR>Did you do a Fuel injection install on your MasterCraft?

wakedoctor 01-01-2008 1:59 PM

No mine is a 99' and fuel injection was pretty standered by then. MasterCraft switched their both their motors and carbs out in 94' I believe to fuel injection and the gm blocks.


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