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Old     (wakerider111)      Join Date: Jul 2006       12-21-2010, 8:17 PM Reply   
I have already done some searching on this topic, but it seemed none came from threads within the last couple of years and so none mentioned the Master Craft CSX for example.

It seemed that I came across consistent mention of Centurion (especially the Avalanche), Tige, and Sanger among inboards that handle chop well. any others, or even specific models within a brand. I came across some old threads mentioning the Mastercraft X35 too

I was trying to get an idea of general features of boats that could help determine the brands and models that would handle best. stuff like "deep v's," Boat size (bigger is better), trim functions, etc.
could the measurement of "draft" be accurately used to determine boats that handle chop? like, the more draft the better the handling? what other traits could be looked at without actually taking a boat on a test drive?

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