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  1. -tower 10 ft tall from floor to steering wheel -Minn Kota I Pilot 24 v 80 lb trust, onboard charger -Bobs Flats Jac plate, 6 in -7 in Simrad with Totalscan transducer on bottom, 5 in on top. Both linked together by NMEA2000 -AM FM stereo with Four speakers -VHF stereo -Trimtabs -150 Yamaha V Max 2 stroke with 4 blade prop $22,500 OBO
  2. dbordeaux1

    New to me 2001 2200

    Just picked up my new to me 2200v with a 2012 225vmax only 73 hours on the motor. Anyone have any tips or things to lookout for when semi-redoing the boat? Already have done a few things but defiantly looking for ideas.
  3. dbordeaux1

    Switch panel

    Where could i get a new switch panel to fit a 2001 2200v, preferably back lit.
  4. dbordeaux1

    Pathfiner Font

    Does aynyone know what font pathfinder uses for their logos? I font an extremely clean pathfinder logo now I just need to do my nc numbers in the same font. Any help would be great!
  5. Bernie Z

    Forum Help Request!

    Hello all: Against better judgement, I am considering putting my 2007 2200v up for sale due primarily to non-use and horrible work schedules. Beyond that, I am not sure what the boat can bring because of upgrades after initial purchase and that is why I decided to throw it to the MBC brain trust to hopefully help me out. Some details...it is a 2007 model 2200v in fighting lady yellow with 2009 Yamaha F225 Sport and 2008 Continental tandem, aluminum trailer. The engine was upgraded from F150 to F225 in 2010 by Ships Chandler in Destin via Capt. Eric Holstman (just over 200 hours currently). The boat is in generally great shape and pretty well equipped: new cover, 80v minn kota, fusion stereo w/ipod dock & 4 speakers, power tech 3 blade prop, trim tabs, electric jack plate, sw wash, on board chargers, color gps, bimini top, 3 batteries less than 2 years old, etc. Serviced regularly and run motor monthly even though the hull doesn't get wet often. Boat is located in New Orleans as is the owner, not sure this matters but thought I'd throw it out there. Sorry for showing as a "lurker", my original mbc forum account was likely closed to a hack of my email account. At any rate, thoughts & comments would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Bernie
  6. I recently purchased a used 2002 2200v with a 200HP vmax and have had an overheating issue since day one. There were never any obstructions on the water pick up, and water would consistently flow from the pisser even when the overheating alarm would come on, but I started with the obvious by replacing the impeller, and thermostats hoping for a cheap fix. This did not solve the issue. After running several sea trials I noticed that the slightest turn of the boat, or minimal trimming would cause a "blow out" (rpms would increase, but speed would decrease) and it sounded like I was sucking more air than water. I would also get the same "blow out" phenomenon if I moved the jackplate up at all while cruising. This problem led me to the prop, which was over pitched (13-3/4 x 22), and caused me to give the boat a lot of throttle for minimal RPM, it was giving me the feeling like I was pulling a heavy trailer up a steep hill. I determined that the combination of putting strain on the engine with an over pitched prop and easily sucking air "blowing out" was making the engine overheat. I changed the prop to a quicksilver 4 blade (14.6 x 19) and the boat ran significantly better, I was able to corner, and trim the boat properly, and it was blowing out much less often. This past weekend though, I went on a relatively lengthy run, and as soon as I hit any sort of chop the boat would again give me the "blow out" phenomenon, every bump I hit the rpms would jump 300 or so, and I would hear air being sucked in. It didn't overheat right away but after about 15 min I got the alarm. My next move is a low water pick up, but i just wanted to see if anyone else has had any similar issues before I throw any more money at this.
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