This model exudes a style that told us right away on test day that Sea Ray had stepped it up from a standard that's already high. Gone are the plastic louvers feeding air to the engine compartment. Instead, we found perforated dot, stainless-steel grates with molded trimmings that looked sharp and let the big dog 496 Mag HO eat all the air it wanted. After all, that's the limiting factor on most engines - the amount of air available to generate horsepower. We also found an exhaust diverter on board that opened up the pipes and added 1.5 mph to our top speed, letting us touch an exciting 60 miles per hour with 50 gallons of fuel.