Tige RZR 2011

February 3, 2011

Wakeboard Boat Review

The all-new Tige RZR wakeboard boat combines a compact, easy-to-handle size with cutting-edge style and function. At exactly 20 feet, the Tige RZR is perfect for riders who live on length-restricted waterways or who have smaller towing vehicles or garages. Since it’s the newest addition to Tige’s flagship RZ wakeboard boat series, the Tige RZR sports the same state-of-the-art design, wide-open bow design and standout features as its longer siblings, the Tige RZ2 and Tige RZ4. The twin-tip bow design lends the Tige RZR its aggressive look and helps carve out room for 12 while the do-it-all TigeTouch allows the driver to control virtually everything in the feature-rich RZR with the same touch technology as the iPhone and iPad.

The Tige RZR is the best wakeboard boat for you if: You want easy-to-handle size without sacrificing an ounce of style or performance.

How to max it out: Add the stylish and strong Alpha Z tower with swivel board racks; upgrade the standard 900-pound ballast system to the 1,600-pound Surf setup; and match that extra weight with the power and torque of the 6-liter, 409 horsepower PCM ZR engine.


2011 Tige RZR Specs

Length: 20 ft.

Width: 94 in.

People: 12


Load capacity: 1,740 lbs.

Fuel capacity: 38 gal.

Dry weight: 3,489 lbs.


Standard ballast: 900 lbs.

Max ballast: 1,600 lbs.

Standard engine: PCM V8 ProSport 303hp


Maximum horsepower: 409


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