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Up for sale is my Maverick 18 HPX V. The boat has just about everything you can imagine. Boat has a realistic draft at about 8 inches and reaches a top speed of 50MPH. Also, the boat is a very big 18, very wide, very stable. Perfect for the family. -JL audio Media Master head unit. -2 JL audio 10 inch sub woofers -4 JL audio M880 coaxial speakers -4 JL audio M series 1 inch tweeters -JL audio 800/8 M series amplifier -JL audio MX 280/4 amplifier -10 inch hummingbird chart plotter with Navionics -Under gunnel RGB LED lighting, also under polling platform (all colors, fading colors, blinking colors) all controlled by Bluetooth on your phone. -2 underwater RGB lights (all colors, blinking colors, fading colors, music best colors, etc. -2 8 foot power pole blades series -undergunnel seadek with maverick logo -Custom Bentley stiched upholstery with backrest -21 foot stiffy push pole -carbon marine push pole caddy -Led curved light bar -70lb minn Kota trolling motor with ipilot -3 optima blue top batteries. -brand new trailer wheels and tires -brand new trailer bunk supports -brand new trailer bunks and carpet. -brand new trailer lights —brand new non skid!!!!— —brand new rubrail!!!— This boat has it all. Everything basically brand new besides the hull and motor, which both are 07. Which does not even say much because the boat has always been perfectly maintained and garage kept. Located in Key Largo FL. Call or text 3055107367.
I decided to do some upgrades to my Parhdinder 2400. I got a Minn Kota riptide ulterra 112 auto deploy, JL Audio speakers amp and Fusion Bluetooth module, and replaced the garbage factory trim tab switches. I had it all installed by Raymond McNamara 772-812-4599 http://www.mcnamaramarine.com/ He did excellent work and was very thorough. Not the cheapest but that’s not what I was looking for. His work is excellent and he uses all quality materials. Heres a few photos, he’s coming back to add a second power pole for me in a couple weeks.
Over the weekend, I was able to get started on getting my new JL sound system connect. I began by wiring up the amp (JL M600/6) to the radio (Fusion MS-70Nn), to the batteries, and mounted it. Then swapped out the Sony 6in speakers that the previous owner had installed for some new JL M770s. The only down side to this was the previous owner unevenly mounted the speakers. With my best efforts, I was able to close the gap between the speakers a bit, but one speaker is about 7 inches below the window on the port side of the console and the other is about 9 inches on the starboard side. After getting this all setup I moved over to the rod locker. I was able to drill the hole with the Dremel Tool just fine. Running the speaker cable from the center console over to the rod locker was simple with a glow rod. I used the hatch in front of the center console to feed the glow rod and then pulled the speaker cable threw and over to the hole. To mount these big M880 I had made spacer rings from ½ inch starboard, but to my luck it was not enough. I had to stop the project there and am now looking for 1 in starboard to finish the project this holiday weekend. I am avoiding having to cut into the rod locker its self. Am trying to save that as the final and last option. I have attached a few pictures below. More to come.
Hey guys, just wanted to show off my 2016 Pathfinder 2300 HPS. This is my second 23 HPS. I love the boat hull design and ride, for the Tampa Bay and west coast of Florida this is the perfect boat for me to run offshore, across large bodies of water and still get into shallow flats and backwater. 2016 Pathfinder 2300 HPS Guide Green with white powder coat Yamaha 250 SHO Dual 10' Blade Power-Poles MinnKota iPilot MinnKota 4 bank charger JL Audio M880 (4) JL Audio MHD 600/4 Amp with BlueTooth module (no head unit) Custom built platform SeaDek under gunnels, on console, and platform Recirc and bubblers in livewell and release well Lowrance HDS 12 Gen 3 with Yamaha Command Link cable for displaying motor data Custom Acrylic Livewell lid (for keeping an eye on my fish during tournaments)