58 MPH Bennington Tri-Toon | Sea Ray 510 Fly | Tahoe 1950 - 05/07/2018
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Bennington Q27:
58.0 MPH WOT w/2 x 300-hp
Evinrude E-TEC G2

Bennington Q27
Bennington Q27

The Bennington Q27 is powered with twin 300-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboards that delivered notable performance for a tri-toon with a top speed of 58.0 mph. Most will likely prefer to run her around 3500 rpm, where she got 2.0 mpg and ran 34.7 mph. She has a 10' (3.05 m) beam and is rated to carry 18 adults. Be the first to see all the testing details...

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Sea Ray 510 Fly:
Sport Yacht w/a Boatload of
Standard Features

Sea Ray 510 Fly
Sea Ray 510 Fly

The Sea Ray 510 Fly is a three-stateroom, two-head "sport yacht" loaded for cruising with many items of standard equipment that are often optional. Standard features include a 13.5 kW Onan generator, 40,000-Btu air-conditioning, a Stidd helm chair, and stainless steel ground tackle. She’s powered with twin 600-hp Cummins diesels matched to Zeus pods with joystick control. Check out how she runs...

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TAHOE® 1950:
Good Value Deckboat w/Seating for 10

TAHOE® 1950
TAHOE® 1950

The TAHOE® 1950 is a competitively priced deckboat that can carry a crowd for a day of skiing, swimming, picnicking, and fishing. Her hull has a 20-degree transom deadrise, and performance with the 150-hp Mercury FourStroke was impressive. See what she did on our test...

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Formula 430 All Sport Crossover:
Multi-Mission Cruiser w/63.7 MPH WOT

Formula 430 All Sport Crossover
Formula 430 All Sport Crossover

Three 15" Raymarine screens and joystick control are key operational details on the Formula 430 All Sport Crossover. This offshore fisherman/bowrider/weekender has an amazing 63.7 mph WOT, thanks to quad Mercury 400 Racing outboards. And of course, the hull includes the signature automotive-grade painted finish. Learn more about how she runs here.

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Sailfish 220 CC:
Designed for Coastal/Offshore Work

Sailfish 220 CC
Sailfish 220 CC

The Sailfish 220 CC has exceptional interior depth for her LOA, helping youngsters (and parents) feel safe. Deck and hull are carbon-fiber and Kevlar-reinforced, and a composite transom adds strength and longevity. See what we found out about her variable-deadrise stepped hull here.

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“If Evinrude Engines
Are So Great, Why Do I See More Yamahas?”

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Direct fuel injection into the cylinder is just one noteworthy feature of the Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboard that sets it apart
from 4-stroke engines.

A BoatTEST.com member recently wrote to us to ask a question that might be on a lot of peoples’ minds. He asked, “If Evinrude engines are so great, why do I see more Yamahas?” That’s a good and fair question, and we think it deserves an answer. Read it here...

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