Very low hours, 231 engine hours. This boat has been well kept inside and out. Great do it all boat. It has the same hull as the Tige 20V. Measuring 20′ this boat hold 8 people. The engine is a Marine Power Vortec 5700, 335 hp.
Size does matter, but strangely enough, sometimes smaller has its advantages. The Tige Switch V isn’t one of those monster wakeboard boats. Instead, it delivers the goods without the bulk. It’s a fun boat because it handles like a sports car- we found it to be nimble and fairly solid, with a high freeboard design. It also turns well while fully loaded.
Like its brother, the Switch i, it does well with its limited space, sporting a built-in cooler and huge storage lockers in addition to wraparound seating. Both the wakeboard and ski packages feature TAPS2, a Clarion 4-by-50-watt dash-mounted CD player, 4-by-150-watt marine speakers and a boat cover. Exclusive to the wakeboard package is the folding tower, with tower cutouts in the boat cover.
Let’s be clear: The Tige Switch V is a wakeboard boat, first and foremost. But it can “switch” into a recreational ski boat with a few TAPS2 adjustments. We found its best ski performance to be 15 off at 30-32 mph.
Good stuff. Nice shape and the size is respectable. The wake jacks up and gets wide, but rope length is critical. It can be fun for younger rippers or people buying their first boat. This boat gets high marks for its turning ability when weighted.
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