Supra's direct-drive Launch earned new fans with its 2004 redesign. For 2005, Supra built on that success with a V-drive version, the Launch 21V.
Wakeboarders loved it, and not just because of the wakes billowing out the back. The rear-engine configuration opens up a wraparound lounge that is both wide and deep, nestled into the high freeboard. There's also the popular convertible bench that transforms into rear-facing seating to watch the wakeboarding action. Storage trunks alongside the engine compartment — all of which have easy access with the three-piece sun pad design and gas-assisted shocks — accommodate two bags in the standard three-bag ballast system. The 40-gallon gas tank is slightly larger than the Launch's, and the OJ CNC-machined prop is a four-blade.
Aside from that, the Launch 21V has what makes the Launch 21 so great — solid hand-laid fiberglass construction, abundant stainless steel and thoughtful touches like recessed storage lighting.
If you’re a hard-hitting wakeboarder, the “Godfather” of wakeboard boats has an offer you can’t refuse: a new V-drive. This sequel still maintains the depth, mammoth storage, and legendary wakes it’s known for, plus it’s loaded with “extras” other manufactures call options.
Moreover, with a flip of a switch, the built-in hydraulic wake plate kicks in to shape the wake you want, when you want it. Plus, the Gravity III Ballast System, Rad-A-Cage and double-up seating all come standard. With all that, you can count on whacking those wakes with more skill and precision than ever before.
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