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ottog1979 04-24-2010 10:34 AM

V210 ZX - Weird !
Heard about this once before but here it is for real:


Who'd bother ordering that new from the manufacturer?

bmr82 04-24-2010 11:21 AM

Yeah, not for me that's for sure.

meathead65 04-24-2010 5:55 PM

I sold a couple of those...actually a really cool boat...all the advantages of a stern drive, and still had a pretty nice wake. Slightly higher top end over a direct or V drive, those were back before surfing was on the radar, but I imagine the ability to trim way up and bury the stern at low speeds would make it a decent surf boat.

craig_f 04-27-2010 12:16 PM

I always thought that Sanger targeted the I/O boats at barefooters, a little extra top end wouldn't hurt right?

johnny_gatsby 04-27-2010 6:00 PM

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I saw one of these for sale where I got my boat-this is what they said about it--I think it just sold...

This one owner boat is in immaculate condition, and is loaded with options. This is an almost unique model on the tow boat market, being one of the only stern drive boats ever built for this cateogory. Mercruiser and Sanger worked together to move the engine forward in the boat, move the drive deeper into the water, and also to allow the drive to trim under much further than any other I/O powered boat. The result is a boat that cruises faster than most tow boats can go wide open, has outstanding fuel economy, and has the ability to pull wakeboarders like no other stern drive model you can buy.

This ZX also has a Team Pro Shop huge ballast system, with 3 bladders under the floor, and tanks under both side bench seats. The total ballast weight is almost 1200 pounds. To make this all very easy to drive, Perfect Pass Wakeboard Pro is installed, along with an updated digital analog speedo. Also included is a Pro Flight Swoop factory tower with board racks, 2 amp stereo system with tower speakers, digital depth finder, dual batteries, and a stainless prop. Top all of this off with a custom acrylic mooring cover, Sunbrella bow cover and a tandem axle trailer with disc brakes.

You won't find a nicer pre owned Sanger than this one, and the ability to run at almost 60 mph makes this a really special boat. Call or email if you have any questions. Thanks for looking

rio_sanger 04-27-2010 8:01 PM

Probably the only I/O out there that would qualify as a wakeboat, I considered the DX driver when I bought my V-210 in '99.

It's top end capabilities were appealing, but the huge engine hump, and the fact that I had owned I/Os for twenty years prior, sold me on the V drive.

...best decision I ever made;)

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