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The top states that sell the 2500 SCR are: Alabama, New York, Michigan, South Carolina, Virginia, California, Tennessee, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Delaware, Louisiana, Florida, Missouri, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, Washington and New Jersey.
Another important Maxum sub-model in the seafarers’ world is the Maxum 2500 SCR. This has been the production model for the years 1990, 1991, 1992, 2001 and 2002 of the marquee. Just like the rest of the sub-models, this one is a stern driven power boat that has the very common to the model support beam of 8 feet 6 inches. Best three examples to this are the Maxum 2500 SE, 2500 SCR, and 2500 SE.
All, the 2500 SE, 2500 SCR, and 2500 SD, are equipped with the same 8 feet 6 inches supporting beam. All of these models have the same 25 feet overall lengths and fiberglass hulls. The significant difference to these three aside from their outer appearance, is their engines. The 2500 SE’s engine is a gasoline fed 230 hp. The Maxum 2500 SCR, on the other hand, is equipped with a single 260 hp gasoline engine. The 2400 SD has a 260 h gasoline engine.
Another difference is their weights although these make some similarities on the SE and SCR. The 2500 SE makes a low 4450 pounds, which is the same as that of the 2500 SCR. The Maxum 2400 SD, on the other hand, makes a good 4370 pounds.
The thing is, difference or similarity, all these four models are famous for their unique specifications and configurations. Reviews reveal that each of the sub-models of the Maxum series is very important in the seafarers’ industry and history, including the Maxum 2600 SE.