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Old 02-17-2011, 10:05 AM
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Happening right now, http://boatermouth.com//index.php?vi...ntent&Itemid=8.

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they say it come with the nxt drive on 1100 pony's i think that will be the week link if anyone buy's it with that drive

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$172,700.00
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Are they dropping the #6 drive?
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Suggested retail/list price. May or may not be what the consumer pays based on what the OEM is willing to do.
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they say it come with the nxt drive on 1100 pony's i think that will be the week link if anyone buy's it with that drive

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That's with the Super Speed Master unit. Also, the 1100 uses the same transmission as the 1350.
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1075's and 1200's are history. next will be a 900 and the 850's will be history. could be already since the 1075 is just a turned up 850. amazing.
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Suggested retail/list price. May or may not be what the consumer pays based on what the OEM is willing to do.
with merc's m.s.r.p. that will mean you could buy it for about half that . just a guess here but that seem's to be the way they price stuff .
ex, 525 efi package msrp $ 60k+
whole sale price $ 35k it's almost half
of course unless you are a baller and pay full price for everything

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Talk about a real kick in the nuts for the guys that built new boats in the last two years. They put 1200's in them for the power to be the best. Now all of a sudden the best isn't even going to be made. Makes a new boats depreciation even worse when all of a sudden the production power is no more.

However I do really like the idea of their turbo motors.
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Talk about a real kick in the nuts for the guys that built new boats in the last two years. They put 1200's in them for the power to be the best. Now all of a sudden the best isn't even going to be made. Makes a new boats depreciation even worse when all of a sudden the production power is no more.

However I do really like the idea of their turbo motors.
Yeah, no kidding........ I can tell you that I would be discouraged for sure; spend that kind of coin on something thats obsolete. Geez, its not like you're buying a TV or computer!

I always thought turbo's generated a sh#tlo*d of heat. Are the new vent designs capable of shedding the kind of heat those turbos must generate? Cooled turbos maybe?
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