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2006 Mastercraft X-10
The X-10 has been cleaving a wedge through the water for almost a decade. Some things, like wakes and Dick Clark, never grow old. Sculpting peaks that beg first-time flippers and long-time rippers to throw out a line, the X-10 leaves plenty of opportunities for human ballast up front. A 95-inch beam helps seat 10+, while cavernous storage areas round out an impressive interior that still manages to corral over 700 pounds of triple KGB weight. Keep boards at bay with the X-10s standard swiveling board racks, and youre bound to score with this 10. A perfect 10, of course.
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Reviewer: Surf junky
This has always been one of my favorites. If I hear one more person say Mastercraft copies anything I'll drown them! Lets see, V-drive= MC, Ballast= MC, Grafix= MC and allot more, everybody copies Mastercraft!
Reviewer: Big B
Reviewer: Darren Taylor
This isn't MC's flagship wakeboarding boat. If you weight the boat up with a couple of thousand pounds the wake has a nice shape and can get quite large. However it doesn't really have any kick to it like an X-2 or San has. It's not great, it's not bad, to me it's just feals like a BU VLX wake, if you looking for a boat based only on wake you might want to look at the two other boats. If you're looking for a great family boat that does everything pretty well then the X-10 would be a good boat to get.
Lord, can they copy a little more? The graphics look just like the 247 or LSV from Malibu.How about some origionality
Reviewer: Todd Jacobson
So far solid boat time will tell