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Old    hockeyruss            08-27-2003, 6:37 AM Reply   
It all started with the LSV which Malibu has used for years. Now the new boat is called XLV, which is dislexic for VLX. Not dissing their boats at all, I have always been a fan of stadium seating, and the new put your cooler here thing is an excellent idea. Just come up with some original names....................
Old     (supraman)      Join Date: Jan 2002       08-27-2003, 7:35 AM Reply   
Skier's Choice systematically has used the "V" designation for a long time to signify a V drive (logical). Supra SSV is the V-drive version of the SunSport. The Moomba Mobius V is the V-drive version of the Mobius. In the case of the XLV, you're talking about an extra large 24-foot V-drive boat. Get it? XLV? To me, it seems a tad ego-centric to assume that has to involve imitating Malibu. But then again, I'm not dyslexic either....
Old    turk_kildare            08-27-2003, 8:29 AM Reply   
It makes sense to me! I am sure it gets extremely difficult to keep coming up with model designations that are not similiar to another companies designation. However, I don't think Skier's Choice was really worrying about that! I just think they had a new model and used its features to come up with the XLV. Nothing more on nothing less! The new XLV looks really sharp!
Old     (jeffr)      Join Date: May 2002       08-27-2003, 9:08 AM Reply   
They could have called it...
The Gravity Games Editions Super Mob XLV Star.

Hey make the name bigger and you can sticker all 23 feet of that thing.


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