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353 Wayne Re: new 2510mv 3/1/2005 23:20:00


Congrats on your new purchase!


--- In <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=-Qw_umwwJ8ECyuQ7s4dqPmM4MaK5iARwZIjLVYIyaQrBNYf3zmZ9ki4OE11x7VJxuHHVylPyndJAzmq-zNdIzlqAaTl-"></a>, "donald Butler" <delidon@m...>
> thanks for the reply. Priced the 2520xl with twins...comes out to
about $20000. more. Also availability is not until later this year.
Have decided to give it (MV) a try. Should get the boat soon.. P.S. I
trialed the 2510mv and the 2310DV in about a 3 foot sea and honestly
did not see a great deal of difference . I am not a speedster in
rough water anyway and prefer to pick my days to fish. We always have
the Gulf, where it is usually pretty calm. I am very happy to have
found this site and will continue to watch as time goes
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> From: skopje179
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> Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 9:03 AM
> Subject: [parkerboats] Re: new 2510mv
> --- In <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=-Qw_umwwJ8ECyuQ7s4dqPmM4MaK5iARwZIjLVYIyaQrBNYf3zmZ9ki4OE11x7VJxuHHVylPyndJAzmq-zNdIzlqAaTl-"></a>, "delidon1" <delidon@m...>
> >
> >
> > real close to a new parker. coming off of a cc r230 robalo with
> > deepv (22) I understand the ride will be much different than
> > 2002 cc. Love the boat and only hesitating because of the mv.
> > of my fishing is in the fl keys and usually have some wind and
> > wave action. Does anyone own this boat and can help wiht some
> > thoughts . Thank you delidon1
> I have the 2510 MV, and love it for its stability while trolling,
> drifting, and anchoring. However, in a chop, it will bust your
> unless you slow down and put the tabs down. Parker does not
> large enough tabs on their 25' hulls. I'd recommend you ask them
> install larger tabs when you place the order.
> Also...just my opinion...but if I were fishing the Keys, which
> lots of open ocean, I'd go with the DV and a pair of F225s. If
> plan to be in lots of skinny water in the Keys, then stay with
> MV, but realize that she will pound.
> All boats are a compromise. I knew that when I did my research
> bought my 2510 MV. For the Ches. Bay, I wouldn't change my
> Other than the small tabs (and the fact that I had to install
> shutoff valves myself), I love my Parker. I fixed the shutoff
> myself, and I installed the "CoBra Marine" doel-fin style of
plate on
> the anti-ventilation plates of my twin F115s. The plates (much
> cheaper than new tabs) gave me enough stern lift to push the bow
> down. So...I've fixed both of the shortcomings, and will keep
> boat for a long time.
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