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  1. Sergm1920
    Yesterday 07:42 AM
    Hey guys I have a 2000 Mastercraft Maristar with the LTR 330 Indmar engine and I don't have spark i got this boat not running figured a former car mechanic mechanic can solve the problem but no dice yet so this is what I have done so far
    1. I changed the Ignition control module 2 times figured that may be an issue

    2. I sent my ECM to OBD Diagnostic to get tested I figured that might be a problem but they said it responded perfectly.

    3. I changed the crankshaft position sensors and still no dice.

    4. Last but not least I took it to my local boat mechanic and they told me that they were not getting a rotation signal and told me I needed a new harness that was 4 months ago they told me they will find one.

    I really need help would love to get this boat running by summer any information or tips are greatly appreciated I also would love detailed pictures of a similar engine so I can compare to mine see maybe something is out of place thanks
  2. davebriscoe365@gmail.com
    11-12-2020 09:34 AM
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    Hello all,

    I'm trying to track down Greg Weaver for a dash on an 88 ProStar 190. Any help is greatly appreciated. I've also got Briscoe's Ride Center back up and operating if anyone is interested. And my Podcast The Outside Edge is getting alot of traction for Water sports lovers.
  3. travib
    04-07-2020 12:12 AM
    Does anyone know how to set up a 2019 X26 for optimal surf mellow and steep?

    I have tried almost everything from adding a ton of weight to aft, and sides including adjusting surf tabs from recommendations from friends and posts on team talk. This boat is not set up for a premium wave without adding lots of weight and adjusting the surf tabs which will change based on how many people you have in the boat and how much fuel. I understand the premise of depth and almost every aspect of creating a good wave with length and push but i'm struggling with the x26 which in theory should displace a ton of water on its own. Not sure if it comes down to the hull design or what but does anyone out there know how to dial this boat in? In a perfect world i would like to have a steep wave with some length and also a longer mellow wave with push.

    Hope someone can help me im beyond frustration!
  4. Restassured
    10-10-2019 02:38 PM
    Does anyone know of a trailer for sale that is compatible with a 2014 X30?
  5. JakeN2
    08-05-2019 09:30 PM
    Whats up everyone, I currently own a 1990 Mastercraft with a 451 Windsor in it. Just last week I had the transmission start slipping. Then I noticed the cap was loose when checking the fluids. Put all new fluids in and tightened everything back up. Next time I took it out, seemed to be transmission fluid leaking from somewhere as it showed under the motor. Could this be a seal in the front of the transmission? I can't seem to find where the leak is, just was curious if anyone has had the similar problem or the best places to check? Any feedback would be appreciated!
  6. Ledger
    04-08-2019 12:09 PM
    I am looking to purchase 1 of 2 boats. 1993 or 1994 Mastercraft Prostar 190. One has the Inmar 285 HP (351?) Holly Carburetors with a power slot transmission. The other, the 1994, has a 5.7 Liter EFI 300 HP. Which is the most reliable engine and also the most low maintenance. If the Inmar with Holly Carb. is better, which fuel treatment do you recommend and/or 100% gas/no ethanol?
    Thanks for your time.
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  8. TribekampsurfersAZ
    07-29-2018 01:59 PM
    Hi all!!! Proud new owner of our first boat. 2013 x30 Need some help. What is the best way to get the biggest and best wake for surfing on this model? I know I can upgrade to the Gen2 tab system, but don't want to spend $6k right now. The Gen1 is ok...... I installed and extra 1500lbs of fatsacs and purchased the mission delta. That thing is awesome. I love to tinker and have no problem doing anything myself. Just don't want to start tinkering on a new item that I am not familiar with yet. Any suggestions??? We are also about to get another 400lbs in bow from lead bags.
  9. Tyler
    04-30-2018 12:02 PM
    Good day, I hope someone can help me. Sorry I am new at this forum stuff.
    I have recently replaced my VDIG on my Mastercraft X14, 2008 model as it was faulty. The new VDIG works fine and all parameters and gauges work well except the Perfect pass.

    The PP does not engage when you accelerate past the set speed. Why would this be and how can I sort this problem out. Could there be a setting that I need to look at or could there be a wiring problem or could the MMDC be faulty. I would really appreciate some help on this problem. I have searched for information but can not find anything.

    Many thanks Tyler
  10. csokegeri
    04-29-2018 06:28 PM
    Hey Guys,
    I have just bought a brand new XT22 model 2018. How many hours should I spend with the break in before use the surf system?

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