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    2004 Black MasterCraft X2
    [email protected]
    (704) eightzeroseven-7267
    Mooresville, NC

    $33,000 OBO - Price Drop $31,500

    It has never been left in the water or uncovered in the sun since we’ve owned it (2nd owner)
    NEVER in salt or brackish water

    Upgraded 350 HP MCX with 715 hours – Engine replaced but nobody can verify when
    Perfect Pass
    All new gauges (June 2014)
    7 new JL Speakers with 2 zone controls (June 2014)
    Replaced 90% of the interior (June 2014)
    Removed the rear hard tanks (still have them) and installed plug and play 750’s (July 2014)
    Stock KGB
    New Black Towerbiminis.com Bimini Top (August 2014)
    New Heater (May 2015)
    Blue LED Underwater Light (July 2015)
    Tower Lights
    Boat Cover that covers teak platform
    Single Axle MasterCraft Trailer

    There is a small tear in the starboard side locker vinyl... this was caused by removing the hard tanks
    Besides that there is some wear from use but nothing unexpected
    It really is as clean as the pics look... interior and exterior are wiped down after every ride and compartments are left open to let things dry











    Last edited by customcruiser; 04-20-2016, 10:40 AM.
    2nd Gen XStar

  • #2
    Nice Cruiser! And GLWS! Looks really clean

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    • #3
      Sharp!


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      • #4
        Looks sweet. Decent price. Someone will get a nice boat.
        2005 X2, Viper Red, MCX, Acme 1285, PPass, rear 750 sacs, KBS, IBS, Bennett Wake Plate
        (previous) 2001 X5, 1991 TriStar 190

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        • #5
          Bump...
          2nd Gen XStar

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          • #6
            Wish this was next year!

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            • #7
              great looking boat. off topic - are those 35's on your FJ80? stock gears? if so, how is it towing with that setup? I have 33s on my 80 and my biggest hold back on 35s is towing. Thanks.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jafo9 View Post
                great looking boat. off topic - are those 35's on your FJ80? stock gears? if so, how is it towing with that setup? I have 33s on my 80 and my biggest hold back on 35s is towing. Thanks.
                37's on 17's... I have no issues towing since it's my boat rig... I have 2 years on those tires and only 600 miles but only tow in the neighborhood.

                Have a Sequoia with 5.7L that we tow with if it's more than in town (I have a boat ramp in neighborhood and 3 public accesses within 3 miles)

                But I wouldn't skip a beat if I had to tow 30 miles to Charlotte in the cruiser.. if it was in/to the mountains I think that would suck but in an emergency or one-time move I would do it.

                I love my Land Cruiser... per my U/N.... never owned a cruiser motorcycle but most people think I do b/c of it... I'm a SuperMoto kinda guy... braaaaap
                2nd Gen XStar

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                • #9
                  $31,500
                  2nd Gen XStar

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                  • #10
                    Lake house is closing in 5 days... boat will be on trailer but still only a couple miles from Lake Norman for test rides
                    2nd Gen XStar

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                    • #11
                      $31,500 obo....

                      Will put on Craigslist for $33K in the next few weeks.
                      2nd Gen XStar

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                      • #12
                        Great looking boat and Cruiser, those 80 series are sweet! If only this were a few years from now I'd be all over it, GLWS!
                        2012 MasterCraft X15 5.7L
                        2021 Lone Star Master Bash - June 11-13 - Lake Travis, TX
                        Instagram: @lonestarmasterbash

                        Originally posted by uplandbird
                        Floating computer systems designed to come to the brink of intentionally sinking are probably going to have some issues.

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                        • #13
                          Get an even better deal since there aren't any speakers or amps in the boat at the moment.

                          http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/...62#post1224762
                          2nd Gen XStar

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                          • #14
                            Man I'd love to have this boat. I'm up in Boone, less than 2 hrs away if anyone needs someone to check it out I'd be glad to put another set of eyes on it. Looks really clean in the pics.
                            Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.

                            -Blake

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                            • #15
                              Pm sent.

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