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Old 03-07-2019, 12:01 PM   #1
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Hi, what does the different abbreviations stand for?
Example: SC, SE, SC3, SCR
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SCR: ~1993 - 2002
SE: 2003 - 2009

The SCR and SE designations were on the Sport Cruiser class which ranged from the 2400 - 3300. Later the SE designation was still labelled the Sport Cruiser class, though I believe it stood for "Sport Express".

The "SC" and "SR" designations (along with many other designations e.g. XR; SCL; SRL; were for the "Sport Boat" class (runabouts) which were comprised of a mix of open and closed bow boats without cabins. These ranged from 1700 up to 2700 models. These designations were for different models/features.
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Just a note that my 1990 Maxum was designated as a 2755 SCR, so they must have started the SCR earlier than 1993?
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Just a note that my 1990 Maxum was designated as a 2755 SCR, so they must have started the SCR earlier than 1993?
My records only go back to 1993....hence the tilde (~).
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Well, I never knew that's what that squiggly line was called - it's a tilde. Thanks Shrew, never too old to learn something new.
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SCA = Sports Cruiser Aft Cabin (at least that's what I've been told)
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SCA = Sports Cruiser Aft Cabin (at least that's what I've been told)
That is my understanding as well. I looked back and it looks like I only answered the examples provided.
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SCR: ~1993 - 2002
SE: 2003 - 2009


The "SC" and "SR" designations (along with many other designations e.g. XR; SCL; SRL; were for the "Sport Boat" class (runabouts) which were comprised of a mix of open and closed bow boats without cabins. These ranged from 1700 up to 2700 models. These designations were for different models/features.


I have a 2400 SC with cabin
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I have a 2400 SC with cabin
You are correct. I, admittedly, don't look at the Sport Boat class very often. There is an SC model in the Sport Boat Class. My guess would be "Sport Cabin".

You can cross reference the Year, Model and serial id here.

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