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    2011 XS2003 Grandsport Allison 175 ProXS - 49 hours

    2011 XS2003 GrandSport Allison with Optimax 175 Pro-XS with ONLY 49 hours. Climate controlled garage kept since new.

    This boat has every option available. Includes Allison's upgraded painted over galvanized trailer.

    Allison Jack-plate, GPS Navigation (under dash), blueprinted Hydromotive 4blade propeller by Jim Booe, Sun pads, Ski pole, Blueprinted Sportmaster Gearcase by BAR Marine, Stereo, foot throttle, Tri-Color hull/deck.

    Photos of the boat are on Allison's website for that model.

    https://www.allisonboats.com/boat-de...003-grandsport

    Pictures 6 of 17 and 4 of 17 are the actual boat. Picture 4 is Darris Allison with his hands in the air while running 80mph with Ben Robertson. Boat runs 80mph all day long. $49,500
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    If I were to start over, that would be the boat for me. Nose one or stock gear case? What prop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bar768 View Post
    2011 XS2003 Grand Sport Allison with Optimax 175 Pro-XS with ONLY 49 hours. This boat has every option available.

    Allison Jack-plate, GPS Navigation (under dash), blueprinted Hydromotive 4blade prop by Jim Booe, Sun pads, Ski pole, Blueprinted Sportmaster by BAR Marine, Stereo, foot throttle, Tri-Color hull/deck.

    Boat runs 80mph all day long. $49,500
    80 mph is a testament to these hulls. Very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    If I were to start over, that would be the boat for me. Nose one or stock gear case? What prop?
    This boat got a hydromotive 4-blade propeller that was re-worked by Jim Booe (former owner of Precision Propeller who build the Hydromotive propellers and he has built many outboard race propellers.
    This is undoubtedly the best handling and easiest driving 20í Allison we have built.
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    80mph with a 175, these are one of my all time favorite boats, I remember going to Coty Marine, I want to say in Woodbridge NJ a long time ago sitting in one when he was a dealer or just had one, idk it was late 80's. Amazing boat, GLWS
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    Gorgeous!! GLWS!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bar768 View Post
    Only running in the low 80’s a nosecone is actually slower, this is a stock gear case but was blueprinted, same work/design we do for all skegs on high performance gear cases.
    This boat got a hydromotive 4-blade propeller that was re-worked by Jim Booe (former owner of Precision Propeller who build the Hydromotive propellers and he has built many outboard race propellers.
    This is undoubtedly the best handling and easiest driving 20’ Allison we have built.
    It has a sport master though right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WavetoWave View Post
    It has a sport master though right?
    Yes, it is the sport master that has been reworked for the Allison.
    Last edited by bar768; 10-24-2020 at 12:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bar768 View Post
    Negative. The stock/blueprinted gear case is faster and more efficient at this speed. You have to go faster before the sport master is better/less drag.
    The ad says it has one "Blueprinted Sportmaster Gearcase by BAR Marine"

    And no, the GS needs to run the gearcase high, with low water pickup. A coned case or SM will be faster and handle better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WavetoWave View Post
    The ad says it has one "Blueprinted Sportmaster Gearcase by BAR Marine"

    And no, the GS needs to run the gearcase high, with low water pickup. A coned case or SM will be faster and handle better.
    my apologies, I was confusing this boat with another we are selling. The Allison has a blueprinted sport master gear case (the SM that comes with the 175 pro xs). And yes, you are 100% correct with the GS needing low water pickups as well as pretty much every Allison.

    slower hull speeds favor the traditional gear case. We have a pair of 300Rís that have the stock/heavy duty gear cases that we ordered for a 75mph center console I was thinking about. Yes, they are for sale.

    thanks
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    Do you have a picture? The 175 ProXS never came with a SM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WavetoWave View Post
    Speed is just one rule of thumb for a coned lower or sport master. Allison's need them, like most lightweight fast hulls that have natural lift.

    Do you have a picture? The 175 ProXS never came with a SM.
    I'm pretty sure the seller knows a thing........or 3 about Fast outboards.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BUZZIN' DOZEN View Post
    I'm pretty sure the seller knows a thing........or 3 about Fast outboards.
    Yes, Should be easy to clear up! Sounds like he just mixed it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WavetoWave View Post
    Do you have a picture? The 175 ProXS never came with a SM.
    Correct, it isnít the standard configuration but It is an option from Mercury when you order it new, it costs about $5600 retail.

    I am getting more pictures this weekend and will post them.

    thanks
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