I owned 2 0f those boats.
It is not anything like the barefoot 200.
It was built for 3 years with VERY few sold.
IT was never very popular at barefoot tournaments
I would recommend a test ride!
It would not have any problem with a moderate amount of weight. VERY strong out of the hole. They where propped with 19 pitch high 5. Top speed was 47-50 trimmed all the way down. A tournament barefoot boat needs a low turbulence table with a well defined wake at barefoot speeds. It needs to be able to pull a large barefooter at 46-47 mph with 4 judges and a driver.
Many of them had a porpoise problem with weight in the back of the boat at high speed
The slalom wake would be hard but better than most V drives
This was my 98