325 HP, V-8, 5.7 L, EFI
The Outback is the ultimate if-it-ain't-broke-don't-fix-it ski boat. Its iconic hull has been towing tournament-level slalom sets for more than a decade. In fact, it was fully accredited to pull every professional 3-event competition from 2003 to 2009. With that resume, the Outback has more than earned the status of a classic three-event ski boat, yet it costs thousands less than any other boat with similar credentials.
While the Outback's heritage is as a direct-drive slalom slalom specialist, it has plenty of crossover promise as well, thanks to a host of standard and optional features. The standard convertible rear seat, which transforms the rear bench into a sunpad, increases the Outback's lounge factor, while the standard Rad-a-cage tower and optional multi-sport wake plate and Gravity I ballast system ramp up its wakeboarding potential.
Thanks to the new colored deck and a host of new gelcoat options, the 2011 Outback's exterior is bursting with color. And the new black accent graphic, one of two fresh options for 2011, lends the boat a classic appeal. Inside, the new all-black trim package and new Carbona-textured vinyl accents help create the Outback's most polished interior ever.
Donít Underestimate the Moomba Outback.
Gullwing storage allows for ski and wakeboard storage and makes for a great sundeck when closed.
Indmar's 325 HP Assault engine provides all the horsepower you'll need for skiing or cross-over to wakeboarding.
Outback's cockpit is roomy and comfortable. All instruments and controls are all within easy reach of the driver for safety and convenience.
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Walk-through bow for convenience and comfort. Stainless cupholders are located throughout the Outback.
Plenty of storage space is located behind the observer's seat on the port side of the Outback. A great place for storing PFDs when not in use.