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MasterCraft Boats X-2 2009

August 27, 2009
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Overview

Think of the MasterCraft X-2 as the little brother to the X-Star, MasterCraft’s premier wake ride. The two boats share an identical seating configuration in their main cabins and, thanks to their pickle-fork bows and standard ZeroFlex towers, they share a similar profile as well. So what’s the big difference? The MasterCraft X-2 manages to do all this in a garage-friendly 20-foot package. That length combined with a relatively narrow 8-foot beam makes the MasterCraft X-2 one of the X-Series’ best crossovers and a great option for multisport families who live on waterways with size restrictions.

FAVORITE FEATURE:

Pickle-fork Bow

MasterCraft’s original pickle-fork design stretches the width of the X-2’s bow — a healthy 73 inches — which helps this 20-foot boat feel much bigger. Plus, the high seat backs on either end create a comfortable lounge no matter which way you’re facing.

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SPECS:

  • People: 11

  • Dry weight: 3,500 lbs.

  • Fuel capacity: 45 gal.

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  • Tower: ZeroFlex Flyer

  • Racks: Swivel and clamping*

  • Wake shaper: Adjustable wake plate*

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TEST MEASUREMENTS:

  • Length: 20 ft.

  • Width: 8 ft.

  • Bow length: 56 in.

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  • Bow width: 73 in.

  • Floor to tower: 82 in.

  • Gunwale: 30 in.

  • Main lounge: 57 sq. ft.

  • Sun pad: 20 sq. ft.

  • Platform: 14 sq. ft.

  • Ballast: 890 lb. (one 250-lb. bow tank; two 320-lb. center tanks)

ENGINE:

  • Standard: MasterCraft RTP-1 5.7L 310 hp

  • Cruise: PerfectPass Wakeboard Pro, ZeroOff Wakeboard*

* = Optional

THE WAKES

With the almost 900 pounds of factory ballast, the wakes are rampy and medium-size, with MasterCraft’s classic consistency, perfect for the intermediate rider. And we think this shot of Collin Harrington ripping answers any questions about the X-2’s surf wake.

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