Woo hooo 270 slx

Discussion in 'Sport Boats' started by DarkJester, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. DarkJester

    DarkJester Active Member

    155
    Jul 26, 2011
    North Alabama, Guntersville lake, Tennessee River
    2011 270 SLX
    Merc 8.2 MAG Bravo III
    Well, there it is.

    Tomorrow I will close the deal on my new 270 SLX.

    8.2 MAG Bravo III, Black hull...Capt.'s Call, GPS, Vacuflush head, Bimini Top, Stereo upgrade, Carpet, Cockpit table, Transom Shower, etc. etc.
    I gotta take some pics.

    I'm pretty excited....

    Jester...
     
  2. alwhite00

    alwhite00 Active Member

    May 31, 2010
    Michigan
    1997 250 Sundancer
    5.7 EFI/ BIII
    Can't wait to see the pics, Sounds nice.

    LK
     
  3. Bridog

    Bridog Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Oct 4, 2006
    Gulf Shores AL / Brick NJ
    2016 19SPX OB
    Mercury 150 4S OB
    That's one hell of a great looking boat! Did it come with the arch? Please post pictures and your performance numbers. Good luck! Brian
     
  4. MonacoMike

    MonacoMike Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Sep 15, 2009
    Indiana lakes and Lake Michigan
    2000 Cruisers 3870
    97 270 Sundancer
    85 Sea Ray Monaco 197
    8.2 Mercs,
    7.4 BII
    260hp Alpha 1
    Congrats!!! MM
     
  5. DarkJester

    DarkJester Active Member

    155
    Jul 26, 2011
    North Alabama, Guntersville lake, Tennessee River
    2011 270 SLX
    Merc 8.2 MAG Bravo III
    Nope, no arch. I pretty much have to keep the boat in dry storage. It looks pretty sleek without it. It has a large Bimini Top instead. the 12's are going to come with an arch that folds, but it looks pretty cumbersome.
    I took some pics but they suck (phone), so I'm going to take an actual Real Camera out and take some pics of it on the water.
    Since I am dry storing the boat, have any of you seen a boat cover for less that 300 bucks that I could throw on it to protect it from the diesel soot? I can find the cheap Wally Word covers but not one that is long enough. I don't need it to be trailer-able just good enough to keep the drips from the boats above and the soot from becoming a nightmare.

    Thanks!
    Jester
     

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