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2004 Mastercraft X-30
What do the words exhilarate, excite, stimulate, elate and invigorate all have in common? They all describe how the sheer size and badness of the MasterCraft X-30 energizes riders and quickens the pulse of envious oglers. Feeling a little light-headed?
At 23 feet long and 98 inches wide the X-30 has no inhibitions about its size. Wakeboarders get randy just at the site of the boats shapely swells, aluminum Zero Flex Flyer tower and party potential. The X-30 has room for 12 and comes standard with 2 newly designed clamping board racks on the tower. Every Zero Flex tower can hold up to 4 board racks (8 boards) and numerous optional tower speakers and lights.
Inside, the X-30s triple hatch sunpad, wrap-around interior and open bow doubles as a playboy lounge. The new gray-based interior is wrapped with soft 34 oz vinyl, plush 40 oz carpet and comfortably contoured cushions with perforated leg rolls. In the cockpit, all life support systems are surrounded by turned aluminum and easily within the pilots reach (including the all-important 5 speaker Clarion AM/FM CD stereo, with 500 watt subwoofer and optional 6 disc changer). The 2004 X-30 also has new razor-sharp hull graphics, new clamping board racks, a new midnight black dash console, armrest and glove box, new white gauge faces with chrome bezels, and an improved tachometer LCD display.
Below deck lies plenty of storage space and the X-30s engine room. The X-30s reactor consists of a 310 hp, 5.7 L, electronically fuel injected, V-8 internal combustion engine.
If that doesnt make you drool then maybe an optional 350 hp MCX, 385 hp Cadillac LQ9 or a 450 hp L-18 will get your taste buds percolating.
Wake up! Someone get a defibrillator. You were temporarily anesthetized by the thought of monster raleys and visions of overflowing Triple KGB ballast tanks.
The X-30 is dangerously cool.