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Old 05-30-2017, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default WTB Maxum 3000-3200SCR 1998-2001

I am looking to move up, does anyone know of a 3000-3200 SCR for sale?
Preferably in the Midwest. I really like the setup of the 3000 SCR.


Also, anything that I should look for, any known problems with these models?

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Old 06-01-2017, 06:33 PM   #2
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At my marina we have 5 Maxums, a4100 3-3000scr and 1- 3200scr. the guys who have the 3000scr's have all told me they have beam envy and I have the 3200scr with an 11ft4in beam. We are all jealous of the monster 14ft beam on the 4100 of course. I suggest you look at all the sizes before making a decisions you might regret later down the road. Remember Size Does Matter
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Old 12-04-2022, 05:19 PM   #3
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Greeat Boat 3000SCR not many models that tick as many boxes as the 3000scr, i would make sure you have the right power set up as i got a great deal but wrong motors 4.3l the boat would be perfect with 5L setup on bravo
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I ended up finding a 2001 3000 SCR with twin 5.7L engines. It's a great boat.
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I ended up finding a 2001 3000 SCR with twin 5.7L engines. It's a great boat.
Terrific

Could you share some stats on RPM range, speed, cruising speed, planning speed prop size and fuel expenses..

Are you running Bravo drives ?

Thanks in advance
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Old 12-05-2022, 01:25 PM   #6
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I'm on a small lake in Iowa, so I really don't get a chance to really see how it performs. It does get up on plane quickly, and I usually just run it around 3600 rpms at 25-28 MPH. Top that I've seen was around 35 mph. Not sure on the fuel usage. It has the Bravo 2 outdrives, and I've never had the propellers replaced, so I don't know the pitch.
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I believe Kenyu73 is selling a pair of Maxum 3000-3200SCR 1998-2001, send him a message turtleduty@aol.com
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