UGH >...< Need some education guys. . . 2004 300 Sundancer 2 x 350 MAGs Port hours 262 Starboard hours 265 So the Sea trial went okay but we did find few issues with this boat. . . COMPRESSION: The engine compression testing proved to be within the manufacturers specifications. Note: There is one cylinder on the starboard engine that is lower in compression and is of concern. It is recommended to the run the vessel, re do the compression testing. Monitor and remedy as necessary. Port: 185 175 180 180 175 190 175 190 Starboard: 195 200 165 185 190 190 200 200 SEA TRIAL: The sea trial proved the engines ran well at idle, the transmissions functioned properly and the trim tabs were operable. The manufacturers specifications on maximum RPM's at wide open throttle is 4600-5000. The Port engine reached 4200 while the starboard engine reached 4800 RPM's. The oil pressure appeared normal, the engine temperature appeared normal the charging systems appeared to be operable. The back down test was satisfactory. The port engine did not achieve the manufacturers recommended WOT RPM's. It does have few other tings to be repaired The starboard outdrives bellows are cracked and worn. The port outdrives cable bellows is not properly clamped. The air conditioning filter and unit is dirty. The fresh water pump cycles intermittently. Indication of a possible leak Port fuel gauge is inoperable. The boat is very well priced, owner lowered it down by a lot after the sea trial, ill just say its way below $35,000 but over $30,000 I don't mind putting extra $5-$7k into it to get it running like it should... If you were me would you get this particular boat.