MasterCraft hit a home run in 2002 when it introduced the X-7. During its rookie season the X-7 became the first boat in history to be certified by the AWSA in all 5 competitive water ski events and won Powerboat?s "2002 Outstanding Towboat Performance Award." The X-7 combines all the award winning qualities of MasterCraft?s ProStar 190 EVO, with an open-bow and lots of X-Series attitude. At 36 mph MasterCraft?s EVO hull provides the softest slalom wake in the world. Add a perfectly positioned 800-pound direct drive engine, a rear ballast system and a tower, and at 21 mph the X-7 delivers perfectly formed wakeboard ramps. X-7 fans also cheer about its roomy interior. With a spacious open bow, adjustable MasterView captain?s chair, a specially contoured observer seat, optional jump seat, and a removable rear bench seat (that converts to a lazy sun pad) there?s plenty of room for 10 rowdy revelers. The X-7 comes standard with fuel-injected V-8 power, a 4-speaker Clarion AM/FM CD stereo system, an aluminum Zero Flex Flyer tower, a KGB ballast system, a dual-access cooler, and an enlarged swim platform. The X-7 will also continue to challenge other wakeboard boats in 2003 with cool new accessories like a new chrome steering wheel cap, a new pylon top, a new shifter knob, stainless steel windshield stanchions, a stainless steel glove box latch, a lockable observer seat, a splined shaft and prop, wicked new graphics and special edition X-7 clamping board racks. The X-7 also has some exceptional optional equipment. The 2003 X-7 also has a new strapless bimini, a new strapless ratcheting boat cover, and new optional polished chrome speaker cans with powerful recessed 35-watt floodlights.