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  • Link to review for Mako's new 284

    Folks,

    Motor Boating Magazine has a review of Mako's new 284 -- this is the boat that replaces the 282 that was just a stretched 261 with a euro transom. It's not an indepth review -- a typical powerpuff reveiw. Hopefully Mako will make one available to Power Boat Reports (PBR), who typically gets down and dirty.

    http://www.motorboating.com/motorboa...015813,00.html

    Have a great day!

    Tom
    Prop Blast[br]Mako 224, F225[br]Tampa, FL

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    That is the biggest pile of shit advertising review I have ever read. While the boat may be good, testing it on Lake Lure???? That lake is an overgrown retention pond surrounded by mountains. How the hell does that dumbass know if the "boat wakes" tested the Makos "mettle" [88]
    1987 Mako 254, 2013 Evinrude ETEC 175\'s (sold to my buddy)[br]1988 Mako 20, 2008 Yamaha 200HPDI (sold)[br]1984 Mako 17, 2005 Suzuki 115 (sold)[br]1981 Mako 21 (sold)[br]1978 Mako 17 (sold)[br]1986 Mako 260 (sold)[br]1997 Mako 232 (sold)[br]Tampa, Florida

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    • #3
      I've got four of them in stock for customers who bought them at the Ft. Lauderdale boat show. I've sea trialed them in 5-7 foot seas off Port Everglades. The boat performs flawlessly with 250 verados. Definately the driest and most stable center console in the Mako family.

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