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  • Located in Minneapolis, MN
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  • 1999 Maristar 210 Trailer $1,500

    Mastercraft trailer for 1999 Maristar 210. The trailer has some surface rust, but is not rusted through anywhere. Latching mechanism works well, as do the lights. Will fit a 1999 Maristar 210, and likely will fit other years and models. These trailers are very difficult to find, and a new one will cost...
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  • Titanic
    replied to Carbureted vs. Fuel Injection
    Last summer I raced my 1994 205 (350 EFI) against my brother's 1998 Malibu Sunsetter (350 carb.). We had roughly equal weight in each boat and ran two heats. Once up to speed, both boats ran at exactly the same speed--neither boat gained on the other. However, out of the hole, my boat was faster...
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  • Titanic
    replied to 92 Prostar 205 interior
    I am thinking of using plywood underlayment (I believe it is available in 3/32 thickness), cutting it to fit the styrofoam dimensions, then coating it with 3 or 4 coats of polyurethane. The staples will pierce the poly and eventually let some water in the wood, but this sounds like an easy and cheap...
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  • Titanic
    replied to Prostar 190 - changes/specs
    Definitely recommend EFI. Comes out of the hole without hesitation every time, never needs adjusting or rebuilding, starts easy every time.
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  • Slalomjunkie, the trailer is about 45 minutes away from me, so I can see it anytime. Unfortunately my boat is 1.5 hours the other direction in storage. My brother has a 98 Malibu Sunsetter and other than being slightly wider, the two boats are pretty similar and are virtually the same length. I am...
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  • 1994 Prostar 205 on a 1995 Malibu trailer?

    I have a 1994 Prostar 205 that I bought two years ago at a great price. With every great deal comes some drawbacks. Mine came with a 1999 Maristar trailer. The Prostar fits on the Maristar trailer, but not well--the boat rests on only two of the four bunks and I can't pull the boat all the way up...
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  • Titanic
    replied to Another year, another issue...
    I don't know that this is a pump issue if you have a carburetor. In the U.S., coast guard regulations required that the fuel pump shut off after a few seconds if the motor does not run on a carbureted engine. This prevents the fuel pump from continuously sending gas to an engine that is not running...
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  • Titanic
    replied to High idle
    MikeG205, thanks for the information. I too could not pull up the dropbox file (dropbox says the files do not exist). Is there another link elsewhere for these files?
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  • Titanic
    started a topic High idle

    High idle

    My '94 Prostar 205 with a fuel injected Indmar 350 has a fast idle problem. I have owned the boat for two seasons and it has consistently run great. Last week after I launched the boat and started it, it idled at about 1,100 rpm. I has always idled around 800 rpms previously. After running the boat...
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  • Titanic
    replied to Project boat
    He should be careful about the trailer--finding a used Mastercraft trailer for this boat will be extremely difficult and a new one will cost him half the price of the boat. I would suggest hunting down the trailer first then negotiating the price to take into account the cost of the trailer. Given...
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  • Titanic
    replied to Road Trip - MC Purchase
    Voltmeter for the trailer lights. I put that to good use when I picked up my MC from Indiana and hauled it to Minnesota.
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  • Titanic
    replied to Engine cover shocks 94 ps190
    Last summer I picked up two engine cover shocks from Rock Auto, part "ams automotive 4280" for $30 total, including shipping. These were 20.5" extension at 29 foot pounds and have worked well so far.
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  • Titanic
    replied to Engine cover shocks 94 ps190
    Ordered a set for my '94 Prostar last year from Rockauto. I don't recall the part number, but I believe I matched the length of the strut and ordered the strut with a load of 30 pounds of force. Fit perfectly and holds the cover up nicely with new foam insulation installed.
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  • I bought what appeared to be stock 1994 decals from Ebay last spring for about $100 for the entire set, including the Fuel Injection decals. Easy to install and have held up well through the first season anyway.

    Nice looking boat. Where did it come from and how did you find a willing...
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