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    Default Supra sa. Moomba craz pro

    Comparing the Supra sa and Moomba craz pro both are within a stones throw of specs on the surface with the 2019 craz pro upgraded and getting most of the standards from the 2018 SA.
    Question:
    Why does the Supra weigh 1,200 lbs more than the moomba dry weight?
    Same engine, dry weight so ballast capacity is out.

    And I thought that both hills were manufactured in same location using same specs. (?).

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    Completely different hulls.

    Most of it is in more glass, but the added features add up too.


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    Default Supra sa. Moomba craz pro

    Running surface of hulls could be pretty similar—a Skier’s rep or insider could comment with detail. Definitely more glass in the cap portion of the Supra—think walls, partitions, etc. It all adds up. Fit and finish, more electronics, heavier tower....

    It will take more weight to get the Moomba to sink like the SA does. In the end you could have similar experiences, just know the difference in getting there.


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    SA is 8” longer and 2 in wider than craz.

    SA to SL for example is 9” different and both 102” beam, that is 150#
    SR to SA is also 9” difference and both 102” beam and 500# difference.




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    Thanks. Just seemed like a ton of weight for the little extra length. But getting close for sure.
    Seriously looking at buying one of these two, any personal insight would be appreciated.
    Dealer tells me that when the hills are made they are not determined to be a moomba or Supra until after they come out of the mold. Meaning no difference while being made. The 2018 Supra is still more money than the 2019 pro. Just wondering if it’s worth it.

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    I think your dealer is misleading you.

    No way do the craz and SA come out of the same mold.


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    Default Supra sa. Moomba craz pro

    Ha Ha. I think that person needs to take a trip to the factory and watch them build the boats.

    I hope it was just new salesperson.


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    Last edited by MJHSupra; 12-26-2018 at 11:44 AM.
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    If you can swing the SA, definitely go with it. You’ll never be disappointed in the performance. Throw some Enzo bags in it and enjoy one of the nastiest waves on the lake. Just make sure you’ve got the prop to handle it if you’re going with a 400. I ride behind a Craz regularly also, one of the Rinkers guys boats and it’s definitely a fun playful wave. But you’ll never get the size of the SA.
    Overkill is underrated

    2006 Supra 24SSV Gravity Games- traded but never forgotten

    2017 Supra SA 400

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    The supra is a 102" beam (width). It is impossible to explain how much difference 2" makes (TWSS) without spending time on a wide boat. It's kind of mind blowing. I didnt even know that my old supra was 102" beam until i started spending time in my new Craz (100" beam).

    If you dealer told you that those two boats come out of the same mold, you need a new dealer.
    2018 Moomba Craz | Autowake 2.0, Zero-Off, G6 Pumps | Captain Blue/Dark Graphite/Silver Flake | Enzos + Lead

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    Quote Originally Posted by korey View Post
    if you dealer told you that those two boats come out of the same mold, you need a new dealer.
    ^^^this!^^^
    DFTR Josh
    Supra/Moomba
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