Stingray is back in the outboard business. We found the results familiar. Powered by a Yamaha 150, the 214LR we tested jumped onto plane in 3.4 seconds and peaked tenths shy of 47 mph. It also displayed Stingray’s signature handling, carving the tightest of turns without excessive banking. Credit the Z-plane hull. It forgoes conventional strakes in favor of shinglelike hull panels. They act as horizontal planing surfaces below the water, and a spray release on plane, delivering smoother water to the prop and silky response during turns.